The Jupiter Inlet acts as an intersection between the Atlantic Ocean, the Loxahatchee River, and the Intracoastal Waterway. While it is a relatively small inlet, it is also significantly well populated, and the narrowness causes boats to crowd together and their sounds to not be dispersed by open areas. Additionally there is a nearby sandbar that becomes a crowded party hotspot on weekends. I captured this recording on a moderately rough day in mid-March, an early Thursday afternoon at around high tide, so a relatively light amount of boat traffic was present. Still, you can hear the overwhelming effect of boat traffic, compared to biophonic (from non-human living organisms) sounds, on the soundscape.