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Rybovich Spencer, Florida, United States

Rybovich Spencer Marina is located in Palm Beach, Florida and it provides top-notch facilities that ensure a perfect vacation to anyone who decides to book a berth here.This marina’s friendly stuff and terrific position are more than enough for a great sailing experience, but there is more to it because Palm Beach is also filled with beautiful attractions.For those who are fond of art and history, the best places to visit are the Clematis Street Historic Commercial District, the Norton Museum of Art, the Flagler Museum, the Norton House, and the Art Haus. Nature lovers will fall in love with the natural wonders they can find in Palm Beach like the Mounts Botanical Garden, the Grassy Waters Nature Preserve, the Flagler Park, the Winding Waters Natural Area, the Apoxee Trail, the Dreher Park or the popular Peanut Island, the Lion Country Safari, and Okeeheelee Park.Palm Beach is one of the most popular sailing destinations in Florida, but there are so much more things to be seen and done in this place.

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Attractions in Florida

Florida is a state situated in the southeastern part of the United States. It neighbors Georgia, Alabama, the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Due to its large coastal surface, Florida is one of the top touristic attractions for tourists worldwide who come here by yacht or book a berth and enjoy the sea and the excellent sandy beaches.

Florida used to be inhabited by Native American tribes like the Timucua, the Apalachee, the Ais, the Tequesta or the Tocobaga. Florida’s territory was among the first areas to be visited and colonized by European settlers. The first explorers who came here were the Spanish in the 16th century, and this land was annexed to the United States at the beginning of the 19th century.

Since remote times, the territory of Florida was sought after for its natural beauties and privileged sea location. Today, this accounts for the extensive touristic activities that sustain the economy.... more info

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