by southern girl
March 20, 2004
The resort owns two good-sized yachts, as well as a smaller fishing boat. We cruised on one of the luxurious yachts. There were quite a few people aboard, but there was still plenty of "elbow" room to move around in.
When we boarded the Serenity III we were greeted by a "crusty" old captain (who turned out to be quite nice). There were attendents who served soft drinks from the bar. The captain even let my 6-year-old "drive" the boat .
We spent most of our tour on an outside deck under a shady canopy. There was also a section upstairs in the sun with a great view. The cabin was an air-conditioned room with padded bench seats, soft drinks, and restrooms.
The cruise was a slow and relaxing tour of the famous intercoastal waterway. We loved looking at the beautiful homes (mansions, really). Many of these homes belong to movie stars. When we went under the drawbridges the kids watched from the upper deck in awe. We just don't get to see that back home in a land locked big city.
If you go expecting spectacular sights and a slow, relaxing afternoon you would enjoy this trip.
From journal Pompano Paradise