It’s Shoulder Season

Captain Bob, Boat Captain, Adventure Sailing Tours

1 September 2018

September is here. It is “Shoulder Season”  Don’t pack away the “cold shoulder” attire, it is still warm on Pensacola Bay.

The kids are back in school, but the beach is still open. Come enjoy the warm gentle breezes with us as we sail Pensacola Bay.

Colorful songbirds, birds of prey, waterfowl and coastal birds can all be spotted here if you’re patient and know where to look.

Photograph by Capt Bob

The birds and butterflies along with many empty nesters and seniors are heading south.  The waters are warm, the skies blue. Come watch the migration with us.

“Come enjoy the last few practices of the Blue Angels from the Laura Louise as we sail.”

Pensacola and Pensacola Beach will offer many festivals, including The Seafoodfest, Greekfest and Octoberfest.  We will offer 2 more Moonlight Cruises.  Come watch the Blue Angels 2018 Homecoming show wiith us on November 2 and 3rd.

Naby Blue Angels.

Photograph by unknown.

But, sailing never stops, even when the jackets come out. December and the Christmas season is greeted with lights and carols  during the annual Boat Parade.

Weather permitting we sail all winter.  Hot chocolate and warm throws under the winter solstice skies.

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