Pre Sunset Hammock Time, April 2018

Hammock time, sailing, dolphins, manatee, great food and beverages followed by a spectacular sunset. The highlight of this sail had to be the manatee that came to the surface about 100 feet from Moonraker and stayed on the surface swimming for about five minutes as we slowly drifted along side and watched. Manatees generally come to the surface to get some air and go back down. They can stay under water for 20 minutes eating sea grass but generally come to the surface every 5 minutes to get air. Many special memories were made aboard Moonraker this evening. Cheers, Captain Bruce

and we had a very relaxed group as we slide back into the boat slip after sunset.

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Captain Bruce Jackson

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Located at the Vero Beach City Marina

3611 Rio Vista Blvd., Vero Beach, Florida 32963