This section contains our stories about the Florida Keys, America’s mythical Margaritaville. Miraculously, a 60-year-old building boom has failed to ruin the Keys, which continue to exude a funky charm and fin du terre feel. Skinny waters here run from azure to emerald, and the authorities have seen fit to classify the entire region as a no-discharge zone, forbidding even the use of waste treatment systems.
Author Kim Kalisik and her family take us to their favorite cruising grounds, the Dry Torugas off the tip of Key West.
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