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Miami Harbor Entrance
  3 miles above A1A highway bridge
  A1A highway bridge
  Adams Key, south end, Biscayne Bay
  Alligator Reef, Hawk Channel
  Andrews Avenue bridge, New River
  Bahia Mar Yacht Club
  Bakers Haulover Inlet (inside)
  Bear Cut, Virginia Key
  Billys Point, south of, Elliott Key, Biscayne Bay
  Biscayne Creek, ICWW
  Boca Chita Key, Biscayne Bay
  Boca Raton, Lake Boca Raton
  Boy Scout Dock
  Boynton Beach
  Canova Beach
  Cape Canaveral
  Card Sound, western side
  Carysfort Reef
  Christmas Point, Elliott Key
  Cocoa Beach
  Conch Bar, Jupiter Sound
  Coon Point, Elliott Key, Biscayne Bay
  Coral Shoal, Biscayne Channel
  Cormorant Point, Key Largo, Card Sound
  Crane Keys, north side, Florida Bay
  Cutler, Biscayne Bay
  Deerfield Beach, Hillsboro River
  Delray Beach, ICWW
  Dinner Key Marina
  Dodge Island, Fishermans Channel
  Donald Ross Bridge, ICWW
  Dumfoundling Bay
  East Arsenicker, Card Sound
  East Key, southern end, Florida Bay
  Eden, Nettles Island
  Elliott Key Harbor, Elliott Key, Biscayne Bay
  Fort Pierce
  Fort Pierce Inlet
  Fort Pierce Inlet, south jetty
  Garden Cove, Key Largo
  Golden Beach, ICWW
  Gomez, South Jupiter Narrows
  Great Pocket
  Haulover Pier, N. Miami Beach
  Hillsboro Beach, ICWW
  Hillsboro Inlet (ocean)
  Hillsboro Inlet Marina
  Hillsboro Inlet, Coast Guard Light Station
  Hobe Sound bridge
  Hobe Sound, Jupiter Island
  Hollywood Beach
  Hollywood Beach, West Lake, north end
  Hollywood Beach, West Lake, south end
  Indian Creek Golf Club, ICWW
  Jensen Beach
  Jupiter Inlet, south jetty
  Jupiter Inlet, U.S. Highway 1 Bridge
  Jupiter Sound, south end
  Jupiter, Lake Worth Creek, ICWW
  Key Biscayne Yacht Club, Biscayne Bay
  Key Largo, South Sound, Key Largo
  Lake Worth Creek, Day Beacon 19, ICWW
  Lake Worth Pier (ocean)
  Lake Wyman, ICWW
  Largo Sound, Key Largo
  Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Anglin Fishing Pier
  Little Card Sound bridge
  Main Key, Barnes Sound
  Manatee Creek, Manatee Bay, Barnes Sound
  Mayan Lake
  Miami Harbor Entrance
  Miami, Marina
  North Fork
  North Fork, 2 miles above entrance
  North Miami Beach, Newport Fishing Pier
  North Palm Beach
  Ocean Reef Harbor, Key Largo
  Ocean Ridge, ICWW
  Palm Beach
  Palm Beach, Highway 704 bridge
  Patrick Air Force Base
  Peck Lake, ICWW
  PGA Boulevard Bridge, ICWW
  Plantation Key, Hawk Channel
  Point Charles, Key Largo
  Ponce de Leon Inlet
  Ponce Inlet, Halifax River
  Port Everglades, Turning Basin
  Port Laudania, Dania cut-off Canal
  Port of Palm Beach
  Port Salerno, Manatee Pocket
  Pumpkin Key, south end, Card Sound
  Ragged Keys, Biscayne Bay
  Rock Harbor, Key Largo
  San Marino Island
  Sands Key, northwest point, Biscayne Bay
  Sea Grape Point, Elliott Key
  Sebastian Inlet bridge
  Seminole Shores
  Sewall Point
  Snake Creek, Hwy. 1 bridge, Windley Key
  Snake Creek, USCG Station, Plantation Key
  Soldier Key
  South Delray Beach, ICWW
  South Fork
  South Port Everglades, ICWW
  Southwest Fork (spillway)
  Southwest Fork, 0.5 mile above entrance
  St. Lucie
  Sunny Isles, Biscayne Creek
  Tavernier Creek, Hwy. 1 bridge, Hawk Channel
  Tavernier Harbor, Hawk Channel
  Tequesta, North Fork
  Tequesta, North Fork entrance
  Totten Key, west side, Biscayne Bay
  Turkey Point, Biscayne Bay
  Upper Matecumbe Key, Hawk Channel
  Vero Beach
  Vero Beach (ocean)
  Wednesday Point, Key Largo, Card Sound
  West Palm Beach Canal
  Whale Harbor Channel, Hwy. 1 bridge, Windley Key
  Whale Harbor, Windley Key, Hawk Channel
  Whiskey Creek, north end
  Whiskey Creek, south entrance, ICWW
  Yacht Harbor, Cowpens Anchorage, Plantation Key
  Yamato, ICWW
Florida, Miami Harbor Entrance
  The Port Of Miami, Florida will host on a typical busy day at the port seven cruise ships, such as Carnival Destiny, Carnival Imagination, Majesty Of The Seas, Oceania Marina, Norwegian Sky, Crystal Symphony, and Celebrity Millennium. (

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