Perdido Bay is sliced by the state line separating Florida from Alabama. Perdido Bay offers a variety of enticements for the cruising yachtsman.
Spanish explorer Carlos Sequenza was looking for a permanent base when he stumbled upon Perdido Bay, which means “lost” in Spanish. Presumably Perdido Bay was named “lost” because of its narrow entrance. Pirates reportedly once favored the bay and the many coves and bayous in the area because they made good hiding places.
Citizens using picks and shovels opened the Perdido Pass Inlet from the Gulf in Orange Beach proper in 1906.
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