How to Do Florida: When the Home Office Is a Dock
Florida has more waterfront than any other state, a fact that's played a major role in shaping its history, culture and economy. And if you want to visit Florida and get a true sense of the place, don't shy away from what we call "working waterfront" — those stretches of ports, docks and piers that the people who make their livings on the water call their home office. It's where commercial fishermen offload their daily catch, and fishing guides pick up guests for a day on the water. You can dine on locally caught seafood — some of the best in the world. How to Do Florida host Chad Crawford introduces you to some of the seafood markets, restaurants and fishing docks on Florida's working waterfront.