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The Harborage Marina at Bayboro, Florida, United States

The Harborage Marina at Bayboro is a marina situated in St. Petersburg, Florida. This marina provides quick access to the beautiful Tampa Bay, and it is the perfect berth booking facility for those who want to indulge in nautical activities and water sports. The Harborage Marina can accommodate up to 340 slips and offers a complete set of services including but not limited to drinkable water, captain's lounge, surveillance, and laundry services.Docking here is also an excellent opportunity to visit St. Petersburg and its scenic surroundings highlighted by attractions like the Sawgrass Lake Park, the Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, the Vinoy Park, the Sunken Gardens, the Weedon Island Preserve, and the Egmont Key State Park.Those who want to roam around the city can check out one of the following interest points: the Morean Art Center, St. Petersburg Museum of History, the Museum of Fine Arts, Jannus Live, a gathering place for music lovers, St. Petersburg Pier,  and the Great Explorations Children's Museum.

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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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