Having your "sea legs" is a sign of comfort and steadiness on the water--but when your boat trip is over, how do you get back to life on land?
Simple--you get moving!
In today's blog, we're sharing four simple ways to have fun and stay active between thrills on the water.
Stroll along the waterfront
When you pull into Coquina Marina, you're never far from a relaxing waterfront stroll, hike, or bike ride. The Halifax River provides the perfect setting for just getting around--by bike or by foot on the Granada Bridge, for example, which will provide stunning river views (the kind you come to Florida for!).
Try a tennis match
Tennis is one of those sports made for Florida--it works best on sunny days and on dry, flat land. At the Marina, we have on-site tennis courts to help you enjoy this classic Florida pastime! Soak up some sun as you play alongside family and friends. It's a great way to continue the fun of your weekend getaway, even after you step off the boat.
Go for a swim
Whether you spent the day fishing or trying out new wake surf tricks, on-the-water fun can lead to muscle strain and tension every now and again. It's all in a day's "work"--or, should we say, play! --but it doesn't have to hamper the rest of your trip or time on the water. Swimming is a great way to get your daily exercise and enjoy the benefits of a cardio workout, all while cooling off and enjoying the refreshing, weightless feeling of an afternoon swim.
The pool here at Coquina Marina is heated, so you can enjoy a comfy, luxurious experience. Our hot tub is also perfect for relieving muscle tension or simply kicking back at the end of a long day.
Get in a workout
If you love the gym, you probably don't want to stop your workout routine on the weekend or getaways with the family. Fortunately, you don't have to! At the Marina, our on-site fitness room gives you a great place to get in your daily workout without leaving the vacation mindset--because as you exercise, you're never more than a stone's throw away from more fun on the water.
We hope that today's blog helps you get more out of your weekend boat trips!