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The Scuttlebutt

A butt was a barrel. Scuttle meant to chop a hole in something. The scuttlebutt was a water barrel with a hole cut into it so that sailors could reach in and dip out drinking water. Soon, "the scuttlebutt" became the place where the ship's gossip was exchanged.

Gather 'round the scuttlebutt with us as we share our news from Adventure Yacht Harbor!

New Reef Created off Daytona

July 30, 2018

Coastal Angler Magazine heads out from Adventure Yacht Harbor aboard the Lori Marie II, captained by Steve Anderson, to view the sinking of two ships off of Daytona Beach. This will create a new reef and fish habitat for years to come. HSFC Sinks 2 boats to create reef Thank you so much Ron Hudanich, […]

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New Fuel Tank Is Sittin’ Pretty!

April 18, 2018

The project went better – and faster – than expected! With the old tank gone, new pad poured and brand new 4000 Gallon Fuel tank installed, we are now good to go for another 20+ years! The tank is divided in half, holding 2000 gallons of Diesel and 2000 gallons of Non-Ethenol Gas. It doesn’t […]

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Good Times at Annual Dock Party

November 26, 2017

A good time was had by all at the 2017 Annual Dock Party this month. Thanks to everyone who brought amazing food to the pot-luck! It was great to see all the boaters out together with family and friends!

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