Sebastian Inlet

  • Sebastian Inlet

Sebastian Inlet

November 10, 2011

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Description

Join us for a wonderful one day trip to Sebastian Inlet. Sun, sand and surf. This is what Florida is all about.

Our day will begin at the Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum. This is an undersea archaeology museum founded by Mel Fisher, the man who searched for treasure along the Florida coast for 16 years before striking it rich. His motto was "Today's the day", and his dream came true on July 20th, 1985 when his team found the remains of the Spanish Galleon "Nuestra Senora de Atocha." In 2002 the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum opened the “The Last Slave Ships” exhibit to tell the story of three slave ships brought to Key West in 1860. The museum displays some of the many valuable gold, silver and jeweled pieces from the Nuestra Senora and others discovered by Fisher and his family.

After the museum we will head over to Capt Hiram’s Resort and Marina. We will have lunch at the cozy water front restaurant. You will choose one of the following items for lunch: Grilled Mahi-Mahi sandwich , Capt Hiram’s Fish and Chips, or a BBQ chicken breast. Please make your selection at the time of your reservation.

Our next stop of the day will be at the Barrier Island Sanctuary. The 34-acre Barrier Island Sanctuary consists of the Management and Education Center site along with two adjacent parcels stretching across the narrow barrier island—from the Indian River Lagoon to the Atlantic Ocean. The Sanctuary offers visitors a unique interpretive hiking trail that weaves through a cross section of all the barrier island habitats. We will have a tour of the sanctuary as well as free time to walk along the boardwalk.

For pricing and reservations, please call  407-855-9732, or email us.

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