Starting south of Dodge Island, Central Biscayne Bay is a boater’s paradise. From here south to Cutter Bank, the bay’s central segment is wider and its beautiful turquoise waters are deeper. The breadth of the bay here provides boats with room to maneuver but it’s barrier islands still create excellent protected anchorages.
The high-rise development that flanked the lower reaches of the north segment slowly give way to wilderness and parkland as you enter Biscayne National Park. This land and sea reserve is a treasure and well worth a stop for a walk or snorkel.
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