|Tuesday, September 13||Hands On Cooking Demo and Culinary Tour of Fernandina Beach|
|10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Depart at 10:15 AM & Return at 1:45 PM
Price: $135 per person
Capacity: 10 minimum, 25 maximum
AMELIA ISLAND & HER PIRATES:
Discovered by the French in 1562, conquered by the Spanish and named after Princess Amelia of England in 1710, Amelia Island has been ruled by 8 different sovereigns – one of them a rowdy bunch of pirates! Modern day visitors feast on fresh, local wild-caught shrimp available in the same waters navigated by the long-ago pirates.
TASTING TOUR & DEMONSTRATION CLASS:
During the tour, you will stop by:
Pricing includes transportation and is based on 10 person minimum.
|Wednesday, September 14||Explore Savannah Day Trip - CANCELLED|
|Monday, September 12 or||Private Fishing Charter|
|Thursday, September 15
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM or
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Price: $600 for four hours
Capacity: 6 guests
We have teamed up with one of the best local charter companies in Amelia Island. Pricing includes:
To book a full boat, please contact the charter directly at 904-261-9481. Please note that boats are not on hold and are first come first serve.
If you do not have a full boat but wish to participate, please email us at [email protected] to add your name. We will do our best to create a group outing.
|Thursday, September 15||NAI Global Convention Golf Tournament
Click HERE to register!
|Tee off time: Approximately 7:30 AM
Price: $175 (includes tax and tournament fees, breakfast and lunch)
Optional Golf Club Rentals: $55
Get ready to spend the day on one of the most beautiful courses in the US - the Ocean Links Golf Course.
Winding along a coastal Atlantic dune ridge, Ocean Links #4, #5, #6, #15 and #16 provide golfers with five oceanfront golf holes. Ocean Links has 10 holes that feature lagoons and marsh wetlands, in addition to concluding with a par 3 whose green is placed strategically in the waters of Red Maple Lake. The course winds through six miles of the natural sand dunes and seaside terrain that make Amelia Island so special. It can be said that this course offers as much a nature tour as a round of golf. The course yardage of 6,300 is somewhat deceiving since small greens, narrow fairways and prevailing winds make the course play much longer.
At par 70, this 18-hole combination provides a challenge to golfers of all levels.