by Shayne Benowitz
Well, it’s official. The holiday season has kicked off. While families and friends across the country sat around dining room tables feasting on turkey and beloved recipes, the folks at Fury enjoyed their own Thanksgiving tradition.
In Key West, the weather outside is rarely frightful, so we are delighted to spend this most wonderful time of year on the water underneath the warm sun. Celebrating the holiday season in the tropics makes for a great break from the winter chill and proves to be a perfect meeting place for friends and family.
On Thanksgiving, guests from across the country and around the world boarded a spacious Fury catamaran to enjoy their turkey lunch while taking a breather from the exciting water activities included in the Ultimate Adventure. Why not start a whole new family tradition that will certainly be the envy of your neighbors when you return home?
If spending a day aboard a catamaran with azure seas as far as the eye can see sounds like paradise, then Fury’s Ultimate Adventure is surely the tradition for your family. There is something for everyone on this six hour excursion that includes breakfast and lunch. Snorkeling at North America’s only living coral reef, parasailing at 300 feet in the air, churning up the harbor on jet skis, not to mention sea kayaking and an entire floating playground including a water trampoline, rock climbing wall, sea teeter-totter, and a balancing Saturn. With six hours of sunbathing on one of our spacious decks, did I mention how jealous your neighbors will be when you return home with an amazing tan in the dead of winter?
This holiday season, take a break from it all and consider a visit to Key West and a trip with Fury for your holidays and New Year.
Shayne Benowitz is a Fury crewmember and freelance writer working on her debut novel. For more travel stories and a daily dose of what’s cool around the globe visit her Wanderlust Website at http://web.me.com/shaynebeth.
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