No matter If you’re on Cape San Blas or on Windmark Beach or out in the middle of St. Joseph Bay, there are unobstructed views of the Gulf sunset. Nothing blocks the sky so it feels and looks huge, says Adventure Guide and Captain Gary Hites.
“Our sunset cruise goes over to the Cape. It’s a great feeling to be on the water and watch the sun go down. Get your pictures on the water. See the reflection. And, you are near a safe harbor.
And, it’s not just about the sunset. It’s about the beauty around you. You look back and get a complete 360-degree view of nature. Nothing in the way. It’s easier to feel more a part of what’s going on. You’re in the middle of it.
I have heard people clap once the sun is gone. We time it. When it’s gone, there is a calm feeling. I’ve had times where a complete quiet hush comes over people. There’s something about the sun going down – everyone settles down. Kids fall asleep. It’s gentle.
Passionate Bay explorer, Captain Gary is the former owner of Seahorse Water Safaris. He recommends bringing your family aboard the Island Queen for an easy sunset cruise on the water. He promises you will remember it long after last week’s box office topper.
Updated: Dec 08, 2017 0:05
Published: Jul 01, 2015 22:43