Capt. Anderson’s Marina

Well, somehow I missed blogging yesterday. I hope you all had a good Tuesday! I wanted to share about this great place a group of realtors went last week. Capt. Anderson’s Marina is on Lagoon Drive in Panama City Beach. I have added the weblink on the bottom of this post so you can click and check them out. The marina offer’s something for everyone, deep sea fishing trips, romantic dinners on the water, sightseeing, and trips to Shell Island. Shell Island is 7 1/2 miles long and 1/2 mile wide. It is a barrier island that sits at the mouth of the bay. This is a must see for locals and visitors alike. I have been here several times and every time is fun, relaxing, and I walk away with a different story!

St. Andrews Bay has a large population of bottlenose dolphins. We were able to see them up close. They were playing and so cute! The captain was good about keeping us in the same area once they were spotted. Everyone on board was able to get photos and enjoy seeing them.
The marina opened in 1957 by two veteran brothers Max and Walter Anderson. Capt. Anderson’s Marina is now owned and operated by two pioneer Bay County maritime families and the granddaddy of Panama City Beach Marinas. This is the one we went on for the Dolphin Encounter with the realtors of Bay County.
Elisabeth and I laughing and having a great and relaxing time! Elisabeth was a client of mine and now a friend. A future blog will be coming about her.
Sunset’s over the water are always more relaxing and beautiful.