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With the new VistaBlue condominiums and Amrit Resort approaching their grand openings, Singer Island will be seeing quite a few new residents in the coming months. New islanders should be informed of the Palm Beach Water Taxi, which leaves from the Sailfish Marina on Singer Island every day.

The marina has a few different vessels ranging from 20-50 seaters. The boats go on excursions all over the area, and you can travel by water on a sightseeing cruise, private charter or taxi service to the best locations in Palm Beach County. 

The Palm Beach "Now & Then" Cruise is held every day on a 50-seater Corinthian Catamaran. New residents would enjoy discovering Singer Island and its history. A guide narrates the tour so you can learn about neighboring

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Florida is often known as the Golf Capital of the World thanks to Palm Beach County. The area has 160 courses- more than any other place in the state- and some of the nation's top PGA Tour members have settled down in Palm Beach because of this. Residents on Singer Island have many golf options not far away, but three high-end courses are very close by. Here's a little bit about them:

Lost Tree Club

The Lost Tree Club is located at the north end of the island and members can enjoy not only a gorgeous golf course, but also the tennis courts, spa, pool, fitness center and private beach. The 18-hole Jack Nicklaus championship course was designed to have a "classic island syle," as it sits on 150 acres of waterfront property. The club is along the

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Singer Island is a well-preserved 4-mile stretch of beach that is coated in white sand and surrounded by clear blue water. It's lined with luxurious condos and hotels where residents delight in the amenities the island offers including boating, fishing, snorkeling and diving. Singer Island was just listed as number one on a Travel Pulse Magazine article entitled "25 Amazing Islands You Haven't Heard Of, Yet," for its awesome recreation activities.

The story mentioned mainly The Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Resort & Spa and the beautiful John D. MacArthur Beach State Park at the north end of the island. The Singer Island Marriott is a great place to hangout even for condo owners; its spa is one of the best-rated in the area and so is their

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The state of Florida passed a bill earlier this year that favors property owners and prohibits local government from taking private beach for recreational use. As of July 1st, beachfront property owners, condos and hotels will have truly private beach that the public can no longer use.

Singer Island condo owners will have more private beach space as the general public must set up at public beaches. The wet tide line is still public access but dry sand is only for owners. 

There are three public beaches on the island: City Beach, the main that most of the public already goes to just over the Blue Heron Bridge across from the Ocean Mall; Ocean Reef Park in the middle of the island, known for its surf and artificial dive sites; and Jonathan

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VistaBlue, Singer Island's newest luxury highrise development, is nearing a sellout before its completion.

The 58-unit residential oasis opened two months ago when it hit 70 percent sold. Now, builders are finishing up the details with only 14 units left.

One of the two penthouses just sold for $7.56 million, or $1,176 per square foot- the richest sum ever paid in Singer Island condo history. The other penthouse is still available for $7.74 million and the lowest price for a residence is $1.56 million. The average sale price of the 35 closed units was $2.68 million.

Nine residences are currently under contract drawing buyers from the Northeast and from other towers on Singer Island. What's surprising to developers is how many people from the

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The award-winning restaurant, 3800 Ocean at the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort, has announced James King as its new executive chef.

“We’re thrilled to have James King overseeing the culinary program at Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa,” said Roger Amidon, the resort’s manager, “James brings a wealth of knowledge in successfully developing and executing top-quality menus, and exceeding guest expectations and business goals. Visitors are already raving about the new flavors and dining options.”

King has his Culinary Arts degree from the International Culinary Academy. He has 17 years of experience cooking in South Florida at resorts including Delray Sands, the Miami Four Seasons and The Breakers. He's known for

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The Riviera Beach-Singer Island Triathlon/Duathlon is a race held every year to showcase our beautiful beaches, involve the community and encourage health and fitness.

The race will take place this Saturday, June 23rd, from 6:45-9:15 a.m. Watch the runners racing by the beaches and head over to the Ocean Mall for breakfast with them at the finish line. 

The event has been uber-popular over the past few years and Riviera Beach-Singer Island is always expressed as favorite race location for the athletes. In the past the race has seen nearly 600 participants from New Jersey to Switzerland to right here at home.

The Triathlon/Duathlon begins at the beach where Tri participants do a quarter-mile swim while Duathlon participants do a 1 mile run.

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Anchorage Park Marina, a popular gathering spot for residents of North Palm, is about to get a much-needed makeover.

The park had a temporary sea wall that will finally be replaced, it'll get 16 new floating docks, a kayak launch and a new fillet table for anglers to prepare dinner when they return from being out on the water. The dog park is also getting redone and the fields are getting new sod. 

The renovations will begin now and the goal is to be done by October 1st. In the mean time, North Palm residents have access to two temporary boat slips from the marina. 

The makeover is being paid for by grants and village funds. The town is awaiting to see if they receive an additional grant which would allow them to build even more boat slips

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On the third Friday of each month you can catch a movie under the stars at Bicentennial Park on the Riviera side of the Intracoastal.

The community comes together for food, fellowship and fun during a night full of events. At 6 p.m. grab some grub from the food truck frenzy, at 7 listen to local bands battle it out for Battle of the Bands and at 8 the movie starts!

This Friday, the movie will be Marvel's Avengers. Bring a blanket or chairs to get comfortable on the lawn and watch the flick on the waterfront. 

Take your spouse out for a cheap date or bring your family to this unique event.

For more information call 561-881-7438.

190 E. 13th St., Riviera Beach.

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Across the Intracoastal on the Florida mainland sits Lake Park Harbor Marina, where the famous Sunset Celebration takes place once a month.

Head back over the Blue Heron Bridge and take the five-minute trip north to the marina on the last Friday of every month for an evening of food, drinks, live music and art.

The Sunset Celebration takes place from 6-9 p.m. featuring live music entertainment from local bands, a cash bar (with happy hour prices the first hour) and a variety of food, arts and crafts from local vendors. Admission is free and so is parking.

The next celebration will be a Red, White & Blue Celebration on June 29th just before Independence Day. Wear patriotic colors and enjoy a free concert from Whisky Six. 

Find out more

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