Witnessed for MariPHAW by Maritime Historians
J. Fred Rodriguez Jr. & Hector L. Arroyo Jr.
MIAMI is a very interesting place to experience, especially from the naughty, err I mean nautical end of things / To watch the sunrise over the eastern Atlantic, breathing in that fresh morning salt air from offshore, watching a lone or perhaps a whole flock of pelicans gliding inches above the water’s surface or seeing a sailfish jumping off your port bow / Miami, not Yurami, needs to be experienced for its hidden charms /
Continue to scroll down as we give you a glimpse of this tropical wonder along with the Majestic Ladies that come and go on most days giving many a passenger and crew member above the keels, a better understanding of the seas beyond their sandy shores /
Please be so kind and realize that all the DigiPics on this web site have been photographed by J. Fred Rodriguez Jr., copyrighted and have been watermarked for added protection / Thank you for your understanding and Enjoy!, Enjoy!, Enjoy! /
Copyrighted by J. Fred Rodriguez Jr. [031118–9543]
“Captain Robert at your service / Please wear your lifejacket at all times and be prepared to leave lunch back at the dock as I take you around the fabulous Port of Miami, not Yurami, at WARP speed / Beam us through Scotty too Hottie /
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