It’s summertime and everyone is soaking up the sun. Motorboats and sailboats are taking to the sea, backyard barbecues are filling the air with the enticing smell of grilled foods and vegan burgers and neighbors are getting to know each other.
There continues to be a sense of pride in developing the theme with both East Coast architecture and attractive landscaping. Snug Harbor’s island development is created in the spirit of real life Rehoboth Beach Delaware with its mixture of commercial shops and entertainment for all ages. For those on an budget, docks and apartments may be available. Three times a week, well established musicians: AM Quar, Bono, and Celtic perform in Snug’s venues: at the Dance Emporium, Marina Blues, and a sky-build campfire setting.
Shop at the many boardwalk stores, such as Rozamyndi Brimm’s fashions, Cybersculpts Shop, or have a cup of freshly brewed coffee at Netera’s Coffee Shop.
Current properties available include Nikkos Island with a 900 prim allowance. With plenty of room for a dock and your favorite boats. Or Surfers Cove, which is down right affordable at $1,200 a week and tucked away in a peaceful corner of Snug Harbor.