Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine

Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Key West, Florida draws boaters ranging from sailing bums to day-trippers.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Schooner Wharf is ever-funky and billed as "a last little piece of old Key West."Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
The Key West Shipwreck Museum provides 400 years worth of shipwreck salvage history.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Along the shoreline of Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri are dozens of eateries, each offering unique venues.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Shorty Pants Lounge (Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri) makes it obvious that it appreciates its dock and dine patrons.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri's The Duck is a hillside, upscale restaurant known for its fine cuisine.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
It's easy to see why dining by boat is popular in Newport Beach, California.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina's Back Bay Bistro features a popular Sunday champagne brunch.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Balboa Bay Club & Resort’s First Cabin Restaurant (Newport Beach, California) prepares stunning meals.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Villa Nova (Newport Beach, California), established in 1933, is a classic Italian eatery.
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Gondola Adventures in Newport Beach, California offers romantic dining.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Steeped in yachting history, the harbor in Newport, Rhode Island comes alive with an abundance of boaters each summer.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Forty 1° North Grill is just one of the many dockable restaurants in Newport, Rhode Island.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Forty 1° North Grill, located in the center of Newport’s seafront historic district, offers a menu focused on locally sourced dishes.Dale Sanders
Five Great Cities to Dock and Dine
Tucked away in the upper reaches of Kirkland (Seattle), Washington is a restaurant and hotel well worth visiting.Dale Sanders