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w w w . C l e a r w a t e r - V a c a t i o n . c o m

Clearwater Municipal Marina

on

Clearwater Beach is a hub of activity

with its slips for transient boaters and

conveniences such as stores, restaurants

and a bait shop. Transient dockage is

also available in downtown Clearwater

at Coachman Park on the inter-coastal

waterway. These marinas are connected

by the Clearwater Ferry.

Visitors can choose their favorite

boating experience: jet skiing, sailing,

parasailing, power boating, fishing, boat

tours, hands-on marine life adventures,

to dining and dancing. Sail away on

a three masted schooner, take an

exhilarating ride on one of the world’s

largest speed boats, cruise on Captain

Memo’s pirate ship (with friendly pirates),

go dolphin watching or kayak through

bay islands looking for herons and

other wildlife.

Sunsets at Pier 60 Daily Festival,

starting two hours before sunset and

lasting until two hours after, is the

place where people of all ages mingle.

Entertainment includes street performers,

musicians, local artisans selling handmade

treasures and of course, the crown jewel

– the setting of the sun. Every Friday and

Saturday at dusk, people gather under the

stars for the free Sunset Cinema movies.

Pier 60 Park has a covered children’s

playground, with two age-appropriate

play areas.

CLEARWATER

&

ITS

Island Beaches

Plentiful Play

Miles of beaches and clear blue Gulf waters make swimming, sunbathing

and digging in the sand pleasurable. Or, enjoy a walk without getting sand

between your toes on Beach Walk. Experience a lushly landscaped winding

promenade bordered by white powdery sand and views of the Gulf on one

side and resorts on the other, complete with entertainment and artwork.

It’s a great place to rent scooters, segways and other fun rides. Another

enjoyable pastime is collecting sea shells. Stroll along the water’s edge

to see what treasures have washed ashore.

Fun

Around

The

Water

for locations see the

guide on page 66