Cruise north up the intracoastal to this exciting harbor for some exploring and dining. Jump into open water through the Palm Beach Inlet and enjoy an exhilarating ride putting you into Jupiter in under an hour. Once there, stretch your legs while exploring the Jupiter Island Lighthouse and numerous museums and restaurants.
Travel up the Intracoastal Waterway north of Palm Beach to visit this history bunker built for President Kennedy. Looking for a party? Ask your captain to pull up to the North Beach and enjoy a drink with a few Palm Beach locals.
Arrive in style at Palm Beaches best new waterfront dining for the best fish taco you have ever had (says our select customers that have been there) and wash it down with an amazing frozen drink.
Perhaps the most acclaimed street outside of Rodeo Drive, Worth Avenue will quench the thirsts of even the most avid shoppers. In 2013 it was voted as one of the “Top 3 Streets in America.” Not bad.
Palapa-roofed hut & historic house with regular live tunes, casual seafood & Intracoastal views. Old Key Lime House maintained its old world Florida feel without going out of style. Impressive.
Palm Beach is home to many great restaurants you can reach by yacht. Here are a few favorites, your captain will know many more.
A collection of classic yacht, beach, and picnic options available in each and every B&G Harbor.B&G CATERING MENU
Palm Beach Yacht Club
800 N Flagler Dr, West Palm Beach, FL 33401