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Life is better on a boat! Follow couples and families as they go on a wild hunt for their dream boat, exploring new destinations and all the fun activities that can be accessed by water. Along the way, buyers learn what boat features they can't live without before they ultimately decide to make this life-changing purchase.

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Havasu Falls - Arizona

Havasu Falls - Arizona

Located in the Grand Canyon near the Havasupai Indian village of Supai, AZ, Havasu Falls has an average water temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. One of the most extraordinary swimming holes on the planet, it features spring-fed water that cascades 100 feet into an iridescent turquoise pool all day long. 960 1280

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Cummins Falls - Tennessee

Cummins Falls - Tennessee

Looking for the best place to escape the sweltering summer heat in the heartland of America? For more than 100 years, Cummins Falls, a scenic, 75-foot waterfall located in Jackson County, TN, has been a gem for Tennessee natives … but now, the secret is out! Although it’s a bit of a hike to get to once in the park, the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River provides unmatched beauty on your way to taking a dip in Tennessee’s eighth-largest waterfall. 960 1280

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Chena Hot Springs - Alaska

Chena Hot Springs - Alaska

Only in Alaska can you find a secret swimming hole that’s accessible only by dogsled. Known by many as nature’s hot tub, Chena is filled with water that’s a constant 106 degrees and is also good for your skin because it contains sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium. 960 1280

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Homestead Crater - Utah

Homestead Crater - Utah

Just a short drive south from Salt Lake City, UT, is Homestead Crater, a family-owned local attraction. Inside the unassuming mound of dirt is a hidden gem 12,000 years in the making. The giant pool is a soothing 96 degrees, and the water is said to have high levels of calcium and magnesium that can make you look and feel younger. 960 1280

  

Madison Blue Spring - Florida

Madison Blue Spring - Florida

Cascading over piles of limestone boulders, this first-magnitude spring on the west bank of the Withlacoochee River is one of Florida’s newest and most awe-inspiring swimming holes. Dive deep into the cool, crystal-clear waters that descend almost 25 feet into the earth’s surface, but make sure to get there early; this once-hidden gem is becoming more and more popular by the day. 960 1280

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Blue Hole - New Mexico

Blue Hole - New Mexico

In one of the driest states in America, just off Route 66 in Santa Rosa, NM, lies the famed Blue Hole. The size of an average golf green with crystal-clear, 61-degree water, the Blue Hole is known as an artesian aquifer, where rainwater trapped beneath the ground is forced up under natural pressure. The spheres bobbing on the surface are attached to underwater diving platforms used for exploration. 960 1280

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Aztec Falls - California

Aztec Falls - California

Known for its high cliffs and deep waters, Aztec Falls is the perfect getaway for those looking to escape the hot Los Angeles sun without heading to the crowded beaches. Deep in the San Bernardino Mountains, the falls are accessed via a 6-mile loop that runs mostly along the Pacific Crest Trail and offers jumps of 20, 40 and 60 feet. 960 1280

  

Hali’i Falls - Hawaii

Hali’i Falls - Hawaii

Located deep in the jungle on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, Hali’i Falls is a multitiered waterfall that is accessible only by hiking through bamboo forests, deep marsh and former sugarcane pastures. The falls feeding this pool are named Hali’i, which means “to spread out,” and the cascading water does just that, creating the ultimate swimming experience. 960 1280

  

Mooney Falls - Arizona

Mooney Falls - Arizona

Half a mile north of Havasu Falls stands the tallest water feature in the Grand Canyon, rising 190 feet above the surface. Named after a prospector in the 1800s, Mooney Falls is accessible only by crawling through 2 tunnels and then climbing down a sheer cliff face with just a couple of dangling chains to hold on to. Although tough to get to, the view alone makes it worth the trip. 960 1280

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Wekiwa Springs - Florida

Wekiwa Springs - Florida

Deep within the sinkhole capital of the United States is the crystal-clear swimming hole known as Wekiwa Springs, just 15 miles from Orlando. One of the shallower swimming holes in Florida, it has a water depth of just 5-7 feet, but it offers a perfect 72-degree temperature year-round. 960 1280

  

Sliding Rock - North Carolina

Sliding Rock - North Carolina

A popular place to cool off during those hot North Carolina summers, Sliding Rock waterfall is located in the Pisgah National Forest in Transylvania County. About 60 feet of flattened rock dumps into a nearly 7-foot-deep pool at the bottom, making this natural waterslide a great place to visit with kids of all ages. 960 1280

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Lihue Plantation - Hawaii

Lihue Plantation - Hawaii

A private swimming hole at the old Lihue Sugar Plantation on Kauai, HI, was transformed into an inner-tube water ride by Kauai Backcountry Adventures in 2003. The waters for this 2 1/2-mile journey, which originate near the top of Mount Waialeale — one of the wettest spots in the world — are channeled through ditches and tunnels that were hand-dug by plantation workers over a century ago. 960 1280

  

Beaver Falls - Arizona

Beaver Falls - Arizona

The third and final swimming hole in the Grand Canyon, Beaver Falls is a free-falling fantasy that offers 40-foot cliffs and deep, aqua-blue pools. 960 1280

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LSX92 Motor Yacht
LSX92 Motor Yacht

LSX92 Motor Yacht

Lazzara, a builder that brings the mega yacht feel to the motor yacht class, designs a whole new model called the LSX92. 960 1280

  

Sabre 48 Yacht

Sabre 48 Yacht

A rear view of the classically designed Sabre 48 in San Diego. 960 1280

  

Catalina 445 yacht

Catalina 445 yacht

The dining area inside the luxurious cabin of a Catalina 445. 960 1280

  

Catalina 445 yacht

Catalina 445 yacht

A view from stern to bow of the award-winning Catalina 445. 960 1280

  

Hatteras H2OME motor yacht

Hatteras H2OME motor yacht

A starboard view of the 80-foot Hatteras H2OME motor yacht. 960 1280

  

Sunseeker Hero yacht

Sunseeker Hero yacht

The Sunseeker Hero yacht prides itself on more than 100 feet of luxury living. 960 1280

  

Authentic Yacht's Fireboat

Authentic Yacht's Fireboat

Authentic Yacht's Fireboat sits docked in their Florida harbor. 960 1280

  

Bluenose II

Bluenose II

The Lunenburg Shipyard Alliance restored the elegant Bluenose II in Nova Scotia. 960 1280

  

Completed Marquis Yacht

Completed Marquis Yacht

A front view of the completed Marquis yacht before it goes out onto the water. 960 1280

  

Northern Marine Trawler

Northern Marine Trawler

The Northern Marine trawler bar and salon area. 960 1280

  

150-ft. Richmond Yacht

150-ft. Richmond Yacht

The exterior of the 150-ft. Richmond yacht sitting at the dock in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 960 1280

  

The Main Salon

The Main Salon

The main salon of the Richmond yacht. 960 1280

  

Two Northern Marine Trawlers

Two Northern Marine Trawlers

A shot of 2 Northern Marine trawlers from the aft deck of a third trawler. 960 1280

  

The Viking Yacht

The Viking Yacht

The Viking yacht out on the water. 960 1280

  

Macatawa Bay Boats

Macatawa Bay Boats

The guys of Macatawa Bay Boat Works get ready to install an engine on another boat they have in their shop. 960 1280

  

AllSeas Yacht

AllSeas Yacht

Exterior shot of the massive, completed AllSeas yacht. 960 1280

  

Marquis Yacht Employees

Marquis Yacht Employees

Many of the Marquis yacht employees polish the inside of one of the molds of the hull. 960 1280

  

AllSeas Employee

AllSeas Employee

An AllSeas employee works by one of the rudders of the AllSeas build. 960 1280

  

Chris Rodgerson, Tartan 4000

Chris Rodgerson, Tartan 4000

Chris Rodgerson stands by the completed Tartan 4000 at its dock in Marina del Rey, CA. 960 1280

  

The Lounge, Tartan 4000

The Lounge, Tartan 4000

The lounge area of the Tartan 4000. 960 1280

  

The Viking Fleet

The Viking Fleet

Some of the Viking fleet sit at the dock in the water. 960 1280

  

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