Are your surroundings filled with snow, sleet, and freezing temperatures? The deep chill felt throughout much of the United States has everyone bracing themselves for a long, cold winter. It’s times like these that make us truly appreciative of the reprieve that is coming this spring. Meanwhile, a southbound trip can provide a much-needed break from the cold weather. At Atlantic Beach Clubs II, we invite you to join us in Fort Lauderdale for Spring Break 2018!
The holiday season is in full swing, and it’s a race to the finish with decorating, baking, and shopping galore! Take a moment to reward yourself with rest and relaxation this New Year. Surprise your family with a getaway to sunny Florida to ring in the New Year! At Atlantic Beach Clubs II in Fort Lauderdale, diversion is our specialty with watersports. Closeout 2017 by riding off into the sunset on a boat, kayak, or jet ski rental. After the race to the finish from Thanksgiving to Christmas, you deserve a relaxing New Year’s vacation. Visit our Downtown Countdown in Fort Lauderdale to recharge and restart this New Year’s Eve.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s your parasailing adventure! Channel your inner superhero as you take flight parasailing in Fort Lauderdale! At Atlantic Beach Clubs II, our specialty is providing endless watersport options for fun in the sun. One of our favorite activities to recommend for visitors is parasailing. High-flying adventures make for incredible memories during your getaway. If you’re a first-time parasailer, we’ve got the inside scoop for you!
Do you feel like you’re constantly running errands that never end? Amid the sea of “to-do” lists, it’s important to make sure that your true passions aren’t pushed to the back burner. Creating a bucket list brings your personal life goals into focus. Take a moment out of your busy day to write down once-in-a-lifetime experiences you’d like to entertain. Then, it’s time to execute with Atlantic Beach Clubs II. Our passion is turning watersport dreams into reality. Let us help you check items off of your bucket list today!
Well, summer vacation is officially here for many kids across the U.S., and we all know what that means—lots of summer sunshine and fun on the water! Long, lazy days filled with quality time on boats, jet skis, paddleboards, and more. Our team at Atlantic Beach Clubs II understands what summer means to kids and teens, and we love providing the boats and gear needed to make lifetime memories. If you’re considering getting your recently-“freed” kids on the water, keep reading!
Stand-up paddleboarding has been around now for a few years, and it still remains wildly popular in beach hot spots like Hawaii, Panama City, Santa Barbara, Key West, the Bahamas, Redondo Beach, and Costa Rica. But why, exactly? As Florida watersport experts, we at Atlantic Beach Clubs II will explain.
There is a reason why Florida is a popular vacation destination; it has a tropical climate with beautiful white sand beaches that leave people in awe. Anyone who plans a trip to Florida always comes back satisfied and the activities provide quality entertainment that you cannot get anywhere else. If you’re thinking of places to go for your spring vacation, a trip to South Florida should make your list right along with the plethora of cool activities that you can do there.It might seem like its too early to be talking about spring right now but a good vacation requires proper planning. If you start planning your spring vacation right now, you are guaranteed to thoroughly enjoy your time. There are activities that need to be booked and budgeted for well in advance. Yes, you can go to the beach and just hang out like everyone else but why not … Continued
South Florida is known for its mass of beautiful white sandy beaches and sparkling clear water; this is why it is widely accepted as one of the most visited places in America. Wealthy international travelers visit South Florida for business, vacation, and to enjoy the attractions and mystique that the area offers. When it comes to cruising, Florida is the home port to the two largest cruise ships in the world, the Allure of the Seas and the Oasis of the Seas. In fact, Florida is the Cruise Capital of the World!Miami and Fort Lauderdale offer a plethora of sites to see and things to do during your vacation. There are interesting museums, parks, aquariums, sporting events and casinos. You are missing a lot if you do not take a boat tour around to view some of the most expensive and luxurious homes belonging to celebrities or the rich and famous … Continued
Florida is known for the many hot spots that tourists flock to during the vacation season. However, there are also a number of lesser known places that could provide the perfect setting for a vacation. Here are some of the top places to consider:Caladesi Island: on Caladesi Island, you’ll find 3 miles of beaches, fishing hot spots, and various bird trails that make for peaceful walks. You can only get on the island via a private boat or ferry from Honeymoon Island State Park. The island is the perfect place to go for a romantic weekend getaway or family vacation.Crystal River Manatees: manatees are a sea mammal that could be thought of as an underwater cow. They are fairly large and are mostly herbivores. Crystal River on Florida’s nature coast hosts many of these manatees, where tourists can snorkel alongside them. Take the opportunity to do so as you’ll remember it for … Continued
Are you this dedicated to traveling? A family decided to turn an RV into their home when they bought a fifth-wheel motor home and a GMC Sierra pickup truck. They also sold 90% of their possessions, which just shows the level of commitment towards their new lifestyle choice. Before moving into the RV they used to live in the Grand Rapids’ Heritage Hill neighborhood. Scott, the father of the family who is a web developer says: “I can work from anywhere, so why not work everywhere.”Thus far, they have been living in Florida, the South West and the Pacific Coast. Their RV has a low level of insulation so avoiding the cold weather has been a priority. The Veltkamps have two children with ages 4 and 6 so the mother is able to provide home-schooling.Once the Veltkamps bought the 35-foot RV they made a few changes to suit their needs. … Continued