I don't know what it is but the Miami Seaquarium is making a big announcement on December 12th. In fact, fireworks are scheduled. Hopefully the announcement doesn't involve another over-commercialization of the outdoors but, well, we'll see.
On Thursday, December 12th, the night paddle will launch from Crandon Park Marina.
Parking is somewhere between $4 and $1million depending on if you have a car or trailer. Bring plastic for the machine. The canoe ramp if the furthest lkaunch, next to the mangroves.
Make sure you bring your lights! The more lights, the better as it will be dark when we return, but you must have at least ONE! The lights also allow other boaters to see us on the water and thus not run us over, thereby ruining our evening!
Bring something to drink and and eat. A change of dry clothes are a good idea too.
Reservations are Required - RSVP please to The Paddle House
Rentals: Special Club Rentals are available for those in need at the special rate of $30/single and $40/tandem kayaks. You must reserve your boat in advance. Please call The Paddle House at (786)[masked] or stop on by to reserve your boat and pick-up some lights. We're at 2753 SW 27th Ave. on the corner of SW 27th Ave and 28th Lane, between Shell Lumber and US1.
Launch Fee: None, but you must pay for your parking. The toll at the Rickenbacker bridge is now $1.75 for cars, and about $12 for a trailer.
Parking: Master meter, bring cash and/or plastic. Some machines do not accept American Express.
What to bring: Camera, drinks, snack, your boat, your paddle, your PFD (which you will wear). Wear appropriate clothing (avoid cotton and open toe shoes/flip flops).
The fine print:
By participating in any of our paddles you assume all risks and responsibilities for your personal health and safety and for your equipment; as well as the safety and equipment of your guests. It is important for everyone that each participant be prepared for the trip. Please use your discretion and best judgment when joining an outing. Be sure you are up to the paddle -- physically, mentally and that your equipment is appropriate for the intended trip. All night paddles require lights; even for rentals or borrowed boats. PFD and whistles are required. Intermediate to Advanced Paddles are for those who have substantial experience, skill, and solid knowledge of boat handling and self-rescues. Kayaking has inherent risks. Often, we are the smallest boats on the water. We each individually assume these risks each time we go out on the water. With all that being said, we all look forward to yet another great day on the water.
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