Captain Black's Dive Center - dive trips (individual & package), fishing trips, sightseeing trips and much more.
For information call 850/229-6555 -or- e-mail: email@example.com
Broke-A-Toe's Outdoor Supplies & Services - Canoe and Kayak rentals, guided and unguided trips on St. Joseph Bay, Indian Pass and St. Vincent Island.
Call 850/299-WAVE -or- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The "Governor Stone" - a fully restored Gulf Cost Schooner, built in 1877. She has survived being sunk twice and beached twice by hurricanes. The 'Governor Stone' is considered the oldest operating sailing vessel of the American South.
For more information and reservations call 850/653-8700
Third Annual Forgotten Coast Chef's Sampler -Dining experience of the Year. February 27, 1999 at St. Patrick's Parish Hall. Tickets $25 each, proceeds to benefit the Apalachicola Bay C of C. e-mail: email@example.com
Camp Gordon Johnson Reunion - March 1, 1999. Held each year in Carrabelle, this is for those who trained here for D-Day invasions and Normandy Invasions. More details for the 1999 event will be posted when available at: http://www.hometown.com/apalachicola/CalendarPage.cfm
Antique Boat Show - April 23-25, 1999 at Historic Apalachicola will show a wide variety, including the 'Governor Stone', the 1877 sailing schooner and more.
4th of July 1999 Celebration - Best fireworks on the 'Forgotten Coast'. Starts at dark on St. George Island, then in the town. No city lights to interfere.
The 'Old Saltworks' Cabins - at Cape San Blas, FL. Shots from the United States Bark "Kingfisher", anchored just off shore in St. Joseph Bay, destroyed the Saltworks in 1862, which was operational during the Civil War. However it has been reborn for the enjoyment of those who come to discover the "Old Saltworks Cabins". The beauty and solitude make this area very special. Has been recommended by 'Florida Trend', written up in 'Southern Living', Florida Home & Garden, and others. For more information, 850/229-6097 .