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    • What to See and Do in Dry Tortugas National Park

      A very interesting and informative article on Dry Tortugas National Park by Pete Brahan.


      What to See and Do in Dry Tortugas National Park
      Pete Brahan
      Just Go Travel Studios, LLC

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      Comments from Cruisers (1)

      1. Curtis Hoff -  January 17, 2020 - 9:39 am

        If you ever get the chance, cruising to the Dry Tortugas is a great adventure, especially if you like history and anchoring in unique locations. It is a full-day cruise from Key West so make sure you have a good weather window both ways. There are also no services so also make sure you have enough fuel, water and supplies. We found holding to be good in a sandy bottom. Depending on the day, the anchorage can get crowded. We have been there with probably 15+ boats and also all by ourselves a few days later once the weather improved. The history of Fort Jefferson is fascinating and well worth the trip out there – a few tidbits, it is considered the 'Manhatten Project' of the 1800s and all the brick came from New England. Here is a link to National Park Services website regarding anchoring and moorings::

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