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Sanibel Marina

Screen_shot_2009-10-12_at_4.40.07_PM634 N Yachtsman Dr

Sanibel, FL 33957-3912

(239) 472-2723

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By Water  26.450651, -82.031225

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The Sanibel Marina is nestled near the lighthouse on the southern tip of Sanibel Island, on Florida’s pristine Gulf Coast. The Sanibel Marina’s ideal location grants boaters traveling up and down the Intercoastal Waterway direct access to the Gulf of Mexico and the Island’s gorgeous beaches as well as Florida’s fantastic fishing. The Sanibel Marina has 65 slips for boats up to 70'. Transients and Yacht Club cruises are always welcome. While you are with us, be sure to make time to enjoy local fresh seafood at one of Sanibel’s few waterfront resturants: our charming, award winning Gramma Dot’s Seaside Saloon.

Open Daily: 7 am until 7 pm. We monitor VHF 16.

McCarthy's Marina

Office_from_Lot-12011401 Andy Rosse Lane

Captiva, Florida 33924

239-472-5200

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By Water 26.521753, -82.187802

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McCarthy's Marina is located in the heart of Captiva Village, walking distance to the local restaurants, shops and galleries.

The Marina is the departure point for Captiva Cruises. Captiva Cruises offers a variety of trips, including cruises to Cabbage Key, Useppa Island and Boca Grande for lunch as well as Dolphin and Wildlife Cruises, Sunset Serenade Cruises or Shelling Cruises to remote barrier islands for beach and shelling.

Jensen's Twin Palm Resort and Marina

tp5-1P.O. Box 191

Captiva FL 33924

(239) 472-5800

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By Water 26.520881, -82.188260

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You'll enjoy our private fishing Pier and full Marina services such as: boat rentals, boat rides, fishing charters, water taxi, bait, tackle and gift shop.

South Seas Island Resort

south-seas5400 Plantation Road

Captiva Island, FL 33924

(888) 777-3265

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By Water 26.548433, -82.196066

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Steeped in long ago tales that have since spun into legend, it is thought that Captiva Island owes its name to the notorious pirate and buccaneer Jose Gaspar, who held many beautiful women captive on the timeless shores of the tropical isle. Today, this secluded South Florida hotel resort provides a picturesque seaside getaway, with exceptional services. Berth your luxury craft in the Yacht Harbour, which can accommodate vessels up to 120 feet. Or rent a slip in our marina, which offers dockage for boats 25’ and under. Cast your line and enjoy deep-sea fishing with your own private guide. Delight in all the innovative services and features offered at this exclusive hotel in South Florida.

Tween-Waters Resort and Marina

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DSCF3709P.O. Box 249
Captiva Island, Florida 33924
800.223.5865
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By Water (GPS) 26.510457, 82.189039

From the Gulf of Mexico west to Pine Island Sound east, adventure is calling you at ’Tween Waters Inn on beautiful Captiva Island. Deep sea or near shore fishing. Island hopping and stopping. Beach shelling. Breathtaking sightseeing. Eco-adventures among mangrove keys and nature’s beauty. Even up-and-away adventures over the islands. A total of 41 slips are available for dockage.

Cactus Jack's Southwest Grill

Screen_shot_2011-04-01_at_10.18.32_AM3448 Marinatown Ln

North Fort Myers, Florida 33903

239-652-7587

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By Water 26.659718, -81.890386

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We're a family owned restaurant that prides ourselfs on authentic Mexican and Southern Style dishes.

(Cactus Jack Southwest Bar & Grill is right in the middle of the marina stretch, in the former Coconuts Restaurant location)

*Located at the Marinatown Yacht Harbour

Gatorz Marinatown

Screen_shot_2011-04-01_at_10.36.44_AM3448 Marinatown Ln

North Fort Myers, Florida 33903

239-599-8332

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By Water 26.659718, -81.890386

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The owners of Gatorz Marinatown invite you to come and join them for some food, cocktails and fun. Gatorz has daily food and drink specials everyday of the week

If you're looking for a casual Florida style place to eat and be entertained, you'll find it at Marinatown's Harbourside Grill and Tiki, located right on the water. Thirty boat slips are also available.

 

*Located at the Marinatown Yacht Harbour

Banana Joes Tiki Bar & Grill

Screen_shot_2011-04-01_at_10.44.16_AM3448 Marinatown Ln

North Fort Myers, Florida 33903

239-217-0282

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By Water 26.659718, -81.890386

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This is a waterfront Restaurant, Lounge and Bar that serves Caribbean and American food. They have a Kew West style Tiki Hut at Harbourside.

*Located at the Marinatown Yacht Harbour By Boat enter Marker 52

Jimbo’s Restaurant

Screen_shot_2011-02-10_at_8.53.52_AM1604 S.E. 46th St.

Cape Coral, Florida

239-540-953

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By Water 26.566261, -81.943405

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Jimbo’s is a landmark diner style restaurant serving Cape Coral, Florida since 1977. All meats and foods are prepared fresh daily on the premises. Our meat selections include roast beef, steaks, ham, corned beef, chicken, pastrami, pork, hot dogs, turkey, and Black Angus hamburgers.

Daily specials at breakfast, lunch and dinner keep our food interesting. Friday and Saturday night specials always include Fish & Chips and slow roasted Prime Rib in 4 sizes including Petite. Lunch and dinner are served all day and anything can be ordered for takeout.

Seafood choices are shrimp, fish and scallops. Sandwiches include homemade mayo based salads, fish, BLT’s, cheesesteaks, reubens, roast beef, and spectacular clubs. Many sandwiches can be ordered as a mini (starting at $1.00). Other Petite choices exist with smaller portions & lower pricing.

Jimbo’s seats 160 and has 12 outside tables on our screened patio with waterfront canal views, full bar service, and 150 feet of boat docking. Reservations are suggested during high season months of January - April.

 

Ragged Ass Saloon

Screen_shot_2011-02-10_at_8.433421 Stringfellow Rd

St James City, Florida

239-282-1131

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By Water 26.510058, -82.083367

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We want you to kickback, drink up, and chow down. (but not necessarily in that order)If you're lucky, you might get lucky. Ahhh come on now...I was talkin' about catching our band, some jumpin' entertainment, or just a Big ole Ragged Ass fish fry.