|Radeen, Bob, Hayden in Cocoa Village 2012|
From Cocoa Village, we continued south 54 miles to the wonderful town of Vero Beach, FL where boaters often times get stuck, hence the nickname Velcro Beach. We plan to spent 3 days here doing normal boater services and then press on to Miami ASAP. We loved Miami so much last year. that we really want to spend as much time as we can there so we can learn the area. For now, we will enjoy Vero…
Here are some random photos of this section….
|Radeen has now taken our BEST elusive dolphin photo
These guys are so hard to photograph
|“Dough BOY” back on the bread making task…we ran out
…so, make your own bread!
|OMG, it is Aphrodite the 1937, 74′ Commuter Yacht built for Long Island commutes to Wall Street,
Check it out here http://www.brooklinboatyard.com/aphrodite.html
We have seen this yacht in Watch Hill RI for many summers
|I love to photograph pelicans, they are so interesting|
|Pelican paint job on the bridge fender boards 🙂|
|Standing watch over the Manatee sign|
|Here comes VERO BEACH, slogan is….
The Tropics Begin Here
|Vero Beach ICW home|
Now, for some fun visits and boat services in Vero Beach. Already we have seen many fellow Island Packet Yacht buddies, and we look forward to meeting more. Vero Beach is cruiser convenient with a free bus to stores, malls, and restaurants. Let’s not get stuck here….