Along this section of the ICW the tide is pretty intense. Due to the bow in the land between Florida and New England, upper Florida, Georgia, South and North Carolina all have big tide swings. They can be 8 to 10 feet. As a result most marinas have long docks that run along the waterways, so it's just a matter of sidling in and not some trick maneuver to get into a slip.
|Downtown Fernandina Beach.|
It's very cute! Last stop in FLA.
Then we had Mexican food at Tortuga Jack's, which is our favorite restaurant here.
|Jekyll Island Clubhouse. You can even see|
the croquette players on the lawn,
dressed in white.