Lake Worth prepares to host its inaugural sand sculpting festival
Florida man sets sail this morning on record breaking journey around the world.
NOAA Fisheries has an easy way to contact local agencies through it's new app.
Old Port Cove Boating Blog
Are there scallywags off our coast?
A South Florida charter crew is getting national attention for what they reeled in Tuesday morning: A great white shark.
Need help getting around the Palm Beach International Boat Show? Forget about the map, get the app.
A Fort Pierce man was arrested Sunday after posting Facebook photos of himself and two young children on petting and holding a manatee calf, according to investigators.
Staff at the Turtle Hospital in the Florida Keys said Friday that an endangered female hawksbill sea turtle -- airlifted from the U.S. Virgin Islands to the hospital in Marathon -- is not only recovering, but is continuing to produce eggs.
It's a scene that never gets old.
A father -son duo made their way from Phil Foster Park to Peanut Island over the weekend via paddleboard!
Our area is full of interesting marine life.
YouReporter Bryan, from Boynton Beach, shared some stunning photos with us.
A snorkeling trip turned into a rescue mission for a group of friends in Palm Beach County Monday.
Over the weekend, a group of four divers competing in the Fort Pierce Open spearfishing tournament had a rare encounter with a great white shark - one of the sea's most feared predators.
Meteorologist Glenn Glazer and Channel 5 producer Kate Wentley are longtime friends, and longtime boaters. This new "On the Water" blog is a chance for everyone who loves the water to share stories, pictures, and information. From fishing and diving to just strolling along the beach, this blog is for you. We hope that you will take part in this blog and tell us about your life here in South Florida, "On the Water"!!!
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