How was everyone’s Thanksgiving? We had a blast as always with our special Thanksgiving Day Ultimate Adventure. Our guests enjoyed snorkeling, parasailing, jet skiing, and kayaking all day long with a delicious turkey luncheon under the warm November sun. It’s a tradition we enjoy sharing with our visitors to Key West every year.
Time seems to fly during the holidays as calendars fill with holiday parties and visits to family and friends. Our calendar at Fury is also filling up with holiday festivities. The next big date to pencil into your calendar is the Key West Lighted Boat Parade on December 15. This is my favorite way to ring in the holiday season in Key West. I love watching the boats parade in the harbor reflecting twinkling lights on the dark water. Join us aboard a Fury catamaran for the best views of the parade. We’ll have a live band, Santa Rum Punch, and delicious appetizers.
Are you planning on spending Christmas in Key West? Why not start a new tradition by joining us on the Ultimate Adventure Christmas Day. What better way to enjoy this spirited holiday in Key West than with a day of snorkeling, parasailing, and jet skiing? Your family is sure to be filled with good tidings and cheer!
Our Key West New Year’s Eve tradition is to head into the harbor to take that final sunset sail of 2012. Now, we have more trips than ever to experience the last sunset before we ring in 2013. Join us on a classic sunset sail, the Commotion on the Ocean, the Rum & Reggae, our evening Double Dip Snorkel trip, Island Adventure, Glass Bottom Boat, or Dolphin Watch trip. We know how much a Key West sunset means to locals and visitors alike. It’s truly something special to celebrate the final one of 2012 out at sea with Fury!
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