Coconut Cay Resort & Marina
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Cathryn, the Russell's, the Tucker's and myself left the hotel at 11:15am headed for our first ever cruise, Enchantment of the Seas. We are all very excited but also a little nervous. After just over an hour drive, we arrive at port Canaveral ready for our cruise on Royal Carribean Enchantment of the Seas. We are a little overwhelmed on arrival at …
Another hurricane season has just come and gone,
Another pretty good reason to make another song
We’ll have a little celebration for the woman and the man
Still living on this island, and it’s still dry land
Whoa… big wind don’t you blow,
Leave the water in the ocean so my boat can float
Oh… the people all know,
We’ve got nothing to fear except the hurricane’s blow
... ways. We stayed in radio contact with our sailboat friends and had them in sight for a while but eventually surpassed them. Have to say the waters were pretty rough that day and it was not a relaxing trip. The crab pots were ubiquitous and we parried and dodged and cursed them. We also vowed to eat a lot of crabs when we made port. Each time we took on green water we tried guessed the height of the wave. We think we had some 6 footers. Talk about rock and roll. We eventually ...
... all year.
5. The water is clear and as spectacular as its neighboring Caribbean waters.
6. It gives the feeling of being off the beaten path. In fact, as I floated on the water almost falling into a deep slumber, I suddenly woke up, looked around and thought I was in Zanzibar! Then, reality kicked me and reminded me that I'm merely a few hours from D.C. I wasn't bummed about that realization ...
... to drive back and forth across the state just to use up the credit!
Now that the toll misery is out of the way, we can talk about how awesome today has been. We set an alarm to be up in time for our early departure from Key West International Airport by seaplane. We were met by Captain John, who was really the quintessential Key West pilot type of guy, thick beard, barefoot, etc. We and eight others hopped on a ...