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The One Of A Kind comes in Thursday from a day of fishing. The One Of A Kind can be found at HarborWalk Marina.

Tina Harbuck
Published: Thursday, September 20, 2012 at 04:47 PM.

The boardwalk is not the only thing new along the harbor in Destin.

There are few new charter boats in the slips like Fish-In-Daze, Gulf Spirit, Screamn Drag, Star Fire, Vengeance and Winter Wine to name a few.

In addition to new boats, some captains have changed boats or locations. But others are docked right where they have always been.

If you can recall the name of your boat or captain, here’s a list to help find them. Starting at the Marler Bridge and moving eastward:

 

HarborWalk Marina

Anastasia, Capt. Tony Davis.



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