The St. Lucie and Indian Rivers offer
many fun and interesting destinations.
Stuart Sailing Charters: Board Sailfish at 975 NW Flagler Ave, Harborage Yacht Club and Marina. https://harborageyachtclub.com/
Rio: pronounced “Rye-oh”, lovely waterfront homes
Langford Landing: Brand New waterfront community of 60 homes ranging from 3,300 - 5,300 sq. ft. $600-900K up.
Sewall’s Point: Palatial beautifully landscaped waterfront estates. https://www.gabesanders.com/area/sewalls-point
Mini Sandbar: Isolated yet close in, wade, swim, bird watch. Less crowded than Stuart Sandbar
Stuart Sandbar: great local hangout, sun, wade, swim, fish, people watch, or just relax. https://www.visitflorida.com/en-us/things-to-do/boating/top-3-sandbars-in-floridas-treasure-coast.html
Sailfish Point: Private gated beach, golf, boating community. Sail by multimillion-dollar homes. https://www.sailfishpoint.com/
Boy Scout Island: Anchor and dinghy ashore to hike and explore
Bird Island: Even smaller than Boy Scout, bird watch from the boat.
Manatee Pocket: Sail by large beautiful yachts and fishing boats
Dock and eat at local waterfront restaurants.
The Sandbars of the Treasure Coast
The Stuart Sandbar one of our most popular and visually pleasing destinations. It is packed with locals on the weekends with kids, dogs, and boats both large and small. During the week it is quieter but a scenic and fun getaway close to the St. Lucie inlet and about an hours sail from our dock. We cruise by beautiful waterfront homes: Sewall's Point, Sailfish Point, and Hutchinson Island on our way.
Take a relaxing sail on the clam waters of the North Fork of the St. Lucie River while the sun sets.