Top 5 Reasons You Will Enjoy Boating On The Indian River
Boating has always been an adventure and this is especially true when boating on the Indian River in Fort Pierce, Fl. The Indian River Lagoon, the largest estuary in the nation, spans the entire city of Fort Pierce and continues into Indian River County to the north. Wildlife lovers flock to the Indian River lagoon to observe its more than 4,000 species of birds, animals, and plant life. The Atlantic Ocean, reachable by the Fort Pierce Inlet, is a destination for deep-sea fishermen and adventure seekers. Whenever or wherever you take to the water in your boat, from a dinghy to a yacht, you are joining the ranks of marine adventurers of all time. There is always an unknown ahead of you — an adventure awaits.
The best way to grow closer to someone and to strengthen relationships is to get away from all of the distractions and aggravations of our daily lives. The best place to do that is on the water! Boating creates bonding experiences with family and friends. One of my daughters favorite activities is going for a boat ride with dad. The lasting memories you can make while boating on the Indian River are priceless. Think about watching a sunset on the water with your best friends, fishing with your kids, or admiring the wildlife. Boating the Indian River offers an opportunity to do it all and provides the most amazing landscape to create life long memories.
Lots about boating is just plain fun: towing youngsters in a tube, wake boarding and wake surfing, diving for lobster, skimming at high speed over flat water, cruising a pontoon down the river, diving into dark blue water in the middle of the ocean, trolling for fish, or just rocking gently at anchor in a quite cove and reading a book or magazine. It’s major fun.
Boating is ranked as one of the world’s top three of all stress relieving activities and boating on the Indian River will relieve even more stress. Here is why: According to Hans Selye, one of the leading stress research scientists of all time, the healthiest of all the human emotions is gratitude. While boating on the indian river it is difficult to feel anything but gratitude for all of the beautiful sights that you will see. Here is one of my recent favorites.
This is reason number five, just because this list is alphabetical, but it probably should be number one. Joy is more than happiness or gaiety. It is an elevation of your entire spirit – a rejoicing. Can boating give you joy? You bet. Ask someone who just finished boating on the Indian River and witnessing one of the spectacular sunsets. Or talk to a Carefree Boat Club member who follows the moon on the water to a lovely anchorage (yes we offer extended hour use), a wake boarder who has gotten major air, or a young child after catching his or her first fish. Joy is awaiting you…do not wait, do not hesitate, do not procrastinate. Become a member today!