See What it's Like to Sail Under the Sunshine Skyway Bridge | St. Petersburg, Florida

The Sunshine Skyway Bridge that connects St. Petersburg to Terra Ceia over Tampa Bay is a cable-stayed bridge that opened in 1987. If you have been to the St Pete area, it is likely that you have seen the bright yellow cables that are so recognizable from miles away. While many make the drive over the Sunshine Skyway on a regular basis, it is not as common to pass under the Skyway. In this episode we show you our experience sailing under the Skyway on a crise ship at sunset. Spoiler alert: it doesn't look like the ship will clear the bridge! In fact, the newer mega cruise ships are too big to sail under the Sunshine Skyway. That is why only the smaller cruise ships are scheduled to sail out of Tampa. Have you sailed under the Skyway before? And would you be interested in seeing more of our cruise experience on Royal Caribbean's Serenade of the Seas? Let us know in the comments! #florida #travel #cruise Music: YT Library Where Am I by Text Me Records Chiltronic by RKVC

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Sharing travel guides and tips from Florida and other states in the US. Whether you are local or just on vacation our content may help you plan your next adventure. Follow our channel to receive notifications when we post a new video. We are Jamie & Skylar and we love to travel and share our adventures to help others fully enjoy the Sunshine State and beyond. We have lived in the greater Tampa Bay area for over 8 years and continue to find new experiences. Our content will include visiting beaches, restaurants, coffee shops and breweries in the greater Tampa Bay area, along with activities like paddleboarding, visiting natural springs and hiking.

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