It's Christmas Boat Parade Time
Few things are as beautiful or quintessentially nautical as Christmas Boat Parades. Gather up the kids, bundle up, and head for a harbor near you. Here is a brief list of parades happening this year in the two busiest parade areas, Florida and California. If you're lucky enough to be in either place, make sure you don't miss the parade!
California: For more information visit See California
Dec. 12th: Fisherman's Wharf Dec. 12-13: Dana Point, Oxnard Dec. 13th: Bethel Island, Discovery Bay, Long Beach Shoreline Marina, Naples, Oceanside, Petaluma, San Joaquin, Sausalito Dec. 13-14: Huntington Beach Dec. 14th: Marina del Rey, King Harbor, San Diego, Santa Barbara Dec. 17-21: Newport Harbor Dec. 21: San Diego Florida: For more information visit: Florida By The Water
Dec. 12th: Boynton/Delray, Hernando Beach, Tarpon Springs Dec. 13th: Apollo Beach, Bonita Springs, Captiva, Carravelle, Cedar Key, Clearwater, Cocoa Beach, Cortez/Longboat Key/Bradenton Beach, Deland, Ft. Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, Gulf Port, Key Largo, Key West, Madeira Beach, Marathon, Naples, New Smyrna Beach, Niceville, Orange Park, Orlando, Panama City Beach, Pine Island, Placida, Sarasota, St. Pete/Vina del Mar, St. Petersburg, Winter Park Dec. 14th: Clermont, Destin, Key Colony Beach, Pompano Beach Dec. 19th: Cape Canaveral, Titusville Dec. 20th: Cape Coral/Fort Myers, Homosassa, Indian Rocks Beach, Merritt Island, Miami, Okeechobee, Palm Harbor/New Port Richey, Punta Gorda, Satellite Beach, St. Augustine, Tampa Bay, Treasure Island Dec. 21st: Redington Beach/Indian Shores
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