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Join us for important up-to-date information on the attempts in Florida to restrict anchoring!
Florida Senate Bill 1548 titled “An Act Related to Vessel Safety”, addresses many valid safety issues related to the anchoring of derelict boats. However, it also contains controversial proposals limiting boaters’ ability to anchor in areas “within 200 feet of developed waterfront property” from one hour past sunset until one hour before sunrise.
The Seven Seas Cruising Association leads a team that includes AGLCA, BoatUS and the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) in the fight against pending restrictions on the right to anchor in Florida.
Joining us to talk about SSCA and their efforts in Florida is Dave Skolnick. Dave is a naval architect and marine engineer, a communications professional, and the immediate Past President of SSCA. He works as a member of the SSCA Concerned Cruisers' Committee (CCC) to support cruisers' rights. Dave owns Auspicious Works in Annapolis, Maryland providing communications and navigation equipment services and delivery support to cruisers.
We'll also be joined by David Doyle, an AGLCA member who is a waterfront landowner in Florida. He'll share his opinion on the issue.
Capt. Sterling Kennedy and Capt .Bill McKay will talk about doing repairs and maintenance of your trawler. If you are considering doing the Great Loop it is important for you to know how to repair your boat. There may not always be a mechanic close by!
Our guests this week is Kevin Hopper who splits his time between Bradenton, FL and Cincinnati, OH. An AGLCA member since 2006, Kevin completed his Loop in 2013 aboard his 48’ Ocean Alexander, “Island Hopper”. His current cruising waters are the west coast of Florida and Kevin will help us become familiar with the area.
Our guests this week are Russ and Cindy Varney. The Varney’s home port is St. Petersburg, Fl, and they’ve been AGLCA members since 2009. Russ and Cindy completed their Loop in 2010 on their 46’ Heritage East, Ladybug. Russ has been cruising the west coast of Florida for more than 55 years. Today, he’ll share his thoughts on crossing the Panhandle, how to make that tough decision, alternate towns to cross to and things to do if the weather isn’t cooperating for your crossing.
With cruise ships offering everything from six-star cuisine to enjoying many islands without having to worry about flying to your desired destination. We want to show our family that a cruise offers something for everyone. Whether you’re a family or a couple looking for a great vacation, or if you’re single and looking to meet new people, now is a good time to discover “The reason two-thirds of the world is water”.
In addition to diverse destinations and activities, cruises offer fantastic value, easy traveling and a style to suit everyone.
Highlights of this Cruise Night include: Door prizes, cruise line ebrochures, video footage of the cruise experience and the exotic destinations that the ship will visit, etc. To help cruisers and potential cruisers get a real feel for the cruise industry and it’s offerings, trained professionals will be on hand to give travel advice and answer any questions about cruising. There will be a Q & A segment and additional info about the Marriage Sailabration experience
“You haven’t lived until you’ve cruised”
Don't miss the "LOVE" boat!
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This weeks episode is all about vacation etiquette. We will discuss preparation for 1st time cruisers, from reserving your first cruise, understanding stateroom categories, and the differences in being on certain decks. The discussion will include what to pack, tips on the boarding and disembarking process, and online registering for excursions, special dinners, and liquor packages.
We will discuss how to get your travel documents and luggage tags.
Also, on this weeks show, Yolanda will talk about while vacationing not being afraid to try new things, foods, wines, and restaurants. Understanding the differences in cultures and dining etiquette is important so there are no misunderstanings. And with this will be a lively discussion I'm sure on gratuities based on where you are and what's appropriate.
As always we'll have our weekly travel news and trends. And of course Shellda's Fun Facts.
Gold Looper Capt. Gene Schnagl will be joining us to talk about visiting Chicago by boat. Some of the topics we will cover are:
Special places to visit
Places to Provision
Events and Things to Do
Any Special Risks to be Aware of: Asian Carp
Don't miss this informative show!
Monday night, Ty Ray and Nick Gelso, welcome Michael Pare and plenty more as their guests. You've become accostomed to the unexpectable on Beats & Eats. Monday, Ray and Gelso will give you plenty more.
Michael Pare is an accomplished actor. You may remember him as Eddie Wilson in Eddie and the Cruisers. Pare will dominate the first hour of B&S.
At the top of the hour, B&S will welcome James Holeva, comedian, personality and crazy-partier. Holeva will do some stand up for you all.
Lastly, in B&E's celebrity chef portion of the show, the guys will welcome Anthony Pino. He is a master chef in Boston and will give you his best recipes, food ideas, music attractions and sports addictions.
As always Gelso and Ray will be taking your calls throughout the entire 2 hour show. Sit back, grab a cigar, and relax w your friends in the CLNS lounge.
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