This gold spoon was recovered from the Spanish shipwreck Nuestra Senora de Atocha and is shown in Palm Beach, Fla., in 2005. The 17th-century sunken Spanish galleon sank off the Florida Keys in 1622 while carrying copper, silver, gold, tobacco, gems, jewels, jewelry, and indigo from Spanish ports at Cartagena, Colombia, Porto Bello in New Granada, and Havana, bound for Spain.
Diana Nyad completed a challenging swim from Cuba to Florida Monday in a demonstration of perseverance, bravery, and dedication fit to inspire adults and children for years to come.
Low roundtrip fares to Florida? Discounts on car rentals? Rubio outlines money-saving adventures to be had in Orlando, Key Largo, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami this month.
Family missing at sea? While the US Coast Guard decides whether the family missing at sea since Feb. 24 is a real family or a hoax, it's a good time to consider the risks of great adventure. Yours too could be a family missing at sea without proper planning, as this blogger's almost was during 12 hours near the Florida Keys.