EGMONT KEY

Accessible only by boat, this uninhabited island paradise lies southwest of the mouth of Tampa Bay. Just over one and a half miles in length, this tiny island is packed full of history from the Seminole Wars through World War II. You can explore the ruins of Fort Dade, tour the 1858 lighthouse and walk the red brick “roads to nowhere.” Designated a National Wildlife Refuge in 1974, this undeveloped island is home to gopher tortoises, hummingbirds and other seabirds. In fact, the entire southern third of Egmont Key is closed off as a shore bird wildlife sanctuary. Submerged on…

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Gasparilla Pirate Festival 2019

Whether or not you believe the stories about the infamous Jose’ Gaspar, the party in Tampa, Florida is real.  Every year, the city of Tampa celebrates Gasparilla, a week-long homage to their pirate heritage.  The celebration includes all kinds of pirate-themed events including parades, children’s festivals (kid friendly), live music, beads and libations, lots of libations. Legend has it that Jose’ Gaspar, or Grasparilla as he liked to call himself, and his crew of pirates terrorized Florida’s west coast waters during the turn of the 19th century.  After years of piracy, Gasparilla and his crew were ready to call it…
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NOVEMBER SPECIAL

$2,000 for a 4-hour cruise through Florida’s beautiful Intracoastal Waterways on Victory Yacht Are you looking for the perfect gift? Give the gift of luxury this year! A 30% savings off the regular price, offer good through November 30th, 2018 for any cruise date through June 30, 2019. Based on availability and excludes all major holidays. To take advantage of this special offer, or for more information contact us today at 1-855-884-2867 or visit our website at VictoryYacht.com   Cruising Florida’s Intracoastal Waterways This past September Victory Yacht embarked on an adventure through the Intracoastal Waterways of Florida’s Suncoast region.…
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Victory Yacht’s Update to What’s Going On

Facebook Give-a-ways August Facebook Give-A-Way Winner: Vonda Mays is Victory’s August 2018 Facebook Give-A-Way winner. Vonda has won two tickets aboard Victory’s special Sunset Cruise event: Congratulations Vonda, and thank you for liking, sharing and being a part of Victory. Live Drawing: We will be holding a LIVE give-a-way drawing in September, so stay tuned…. Upcoming Events Chartering Will Begin Soon: We will soon begin booking charters, bareboat charters and special ticketed events.  Stay connected; join us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and sign up for our weekly newsletter using your email address so you don’t miss a thing. We will…

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Grillin’ & Chillin’ on Victory’s Flybridge

If you enjoy grilling and the great outdoors, Victory Yacht’s Flybridge is the perfect spot for you. Imagine, grilling on the top deck of your own private yacht while cruising through the gulf waters off the coast of Florida, anchoring off a remote island or a barrier island with pristine white sand beaches and emerald waters as far as the eye can see while enjoying a grilled burger and an ice-cold beer.  Or maybe in a remote location somewhere in the Bahamas, succulent skewers of shrimp, pineapple and vegetables on the grill and a tropical drink in hand, with a…

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Exhilarating Fun on the Water Toys

One of the things that sets Victory apart is the selection of Water Toys on board.  There is something for everyone; a kayak, a paddle board, snorkel gear, an island tender, a tube for tubing, and best of all TWO jet skis. The kayak and paddle board are great for exploring the waters, dolphin watching, or paddling to the beach to relax for a few hours.  If paddling isn’t your thing, no worries, the island tender will get you to the beach in minutes.  And don’t forget to take some snorkel gear with you! The jet skis are by far…

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Sunshine Skyway Bridge

Probably one of the things Victory guests anticipate and enjoy most when cruising with us is passing under the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. As we head out of the marina towards the mouth of Tampa Bay, not too far off in the distance, the awe-inspiring Sunshine Skyway Bridge protrudes up from the gulf waters. But not until we pass under it do our guests truly realize the immensity of this grand structure. One of the longest bridges in the United States, the Sunshine Skyway Bridge is a sight to behold. And if you think it’s amazing as you pass under or…

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About Victory Yacht

Crafted in 1988 by the Burger Boat Company, Inc. of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Victory is a classic luxury motor yacht. Originally named Westerly, her name was changed to Stemac, and again to the current name of Victory. Details on the original owners or when the names were changed was not available at the time of this blog. Victory is now owned by J. Henninger of Spring Hill, Florida. Purchased in August 2016 in Fort Lauderdale, the vessel is now moored at the Harborage Marina in St. Petersburg, Florida. The first thing you notice about Victory is that classic Burger style. A…

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Victory Has A Lot Going On

…..and we’re excited to share it all with you. Facebook Give-a-ways July Facebook Give-A-Way Winner: Paige Cordonnier is Victory’s July 2018 Facebook Give-A-Way winner. Paige won two tickets for a special Sunset Cruise. Congratulations Paige, and thank you for liking, sharing and being a part of Victory. August Facebook Give-A-Way: Drawing will be held August 1, 2018. Get in on the action; all you need to do is like & share our blog posts, as well as sign up for our newsletter with your email address to get entered to win 2 free Event Tickets on Victory. Live Drawing: We…

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The Burger Boat Company

The Burger Boat Company was founded in 1863 by Henry Burger, the youngest son of Dutch immigrants Simon and Margaretta Brauburger. The family came to America in 1846, making their home in Jeffersonville, New York, and eventually shortened their name to Burger. In 1856, the Burger family relocated to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was here that Henry, now 18, began apprenticing as a shipbuilder for the Wolf & Davidson Shipyard. In 1863, at the age of 24 and during the American Civil War, Henry relocated to a small community in Manitowoc, Wisconsin on the western shores of Lake Michigan, married the…

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