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Seared Ahi Tuna
Seared Ahi Tuna Wed, Aug 22, 2012 Have you ever tried seared ahi tuna? We have and we love it! Check out this great recipe from! Your friends are sure to be impressed! Read More

The Kraken
The Kraken Mon, Aug 20, 2012 Have you ever wondered about the origins of the tales involving legendary sea monsters? Our newest blog series will explore their roots as well as provide logical explanations for each creature. We hope you enjoy! Are there any legendary seas monster... Read More

10 Incredible Sharks
10 Incredible Sharks Fri, Aug 17, 2012 Discovery Channel Shark Week celebrated 25 years this past week. We decided to join the celebration by creating a photo blog depicting 10 of the most incredible species of sharks. Did you watch Shark Week this year? Read More

Seguin Island Lighthouse
Seguin Island Lighthouse Wed, Aug 15, 2012 Our next stop in our North American Lighthouse tour is the famous Seguin Island Lighthouse in. This lighthouse has a rich history beginning with our nation's first President, George Washington. The President commissioned the lighthouse in 1795- two y... Read More

Lady Mary Killigrew
Lady Mary Killigrew Mon, Aug 13, 2012 Lady Mary Killigrew was a fearless, strong and independent woman who led a double life as a pirate. Her father and husband were both former pirates and were most likely influential sources in her piracy. Lady Mary Killigrew's husband was appointed b... Read More

Famous Pirates
Famous Pirates Fri, Aug 10, 2012 This week's photo blog features 10 pirates from our upcoming Famous Pirates blog series. Read More

Tasty Recipes: Lobster
Tasty Recipes: Lobster Wed, Aug 08, 2012 In honor of the 2012 Key West Lobster Season (August 6th to March 31st), we're bringing you a simple way to whip up your freshly caught lobster! Check out these great recipes from the Food Network and Read More

Famous Shipwrecks: The Thunderbolt
Famous Shipwrecks: The Thunderbolt Mon, Aug 06, 2012 The Thunderbolt differs from the other wreckage sites we have blogged about as she was intentionally sunk on March 6, 1986, in order for her to become part of the Florida Keys Artificial Reef Association. Read More

North American Lighthouses: Pemaquid Point Light
North American Lighthouses: Pemaquid Point Light Wed, Aug 01, 2012 President John Quincy Adams and the United States Congress designated $4,000 for the Pemaquid Point lighthouse of Maine in May of 1826. Before construction of the lighthouse there had been several shipwrecks off their coast including the famous Angel... Read More

Famous Shipwrecks: The San Pedro
Famous Shipwrecks: The San Pedro Mon, Jul 30, 2012 In 1733 a Spanish treasure fleet was caught in the midst of a hurricane along the Straits of Florida. The hurricane claimed the San Pedro along with the majority of the Spanish fleet. The San Pedro sunk in just 18 feet of water. Read More

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