Fish and Play in Style at the Postcard Inn Beach Resort and Marina
CLOSED DUE TO HURRICANE IRMA
The Postcard Inn Beach Resort and Marina on Islamorada is the ultimate getaway for cruisers looking for a beautiful resort with plenty of large slips and great amenities. Located in the heart of beautiful Islamorada, the marina is a convenient stop just off mile marker 84 on A1A for drivers. Boaters can access the Postcard Inn Marina via ICW marker 78A via Snake Creek Channel or marker 80 via Whale Harbor Channel (please note bridge height restrictions on Whale Harbor Channel - 12' at high tide).
Guests will enjoy the many activities Postcard Inn Beach Resort and Marina has to offer, including jet-skiing, paddle boarding, kite boarding, fishing, diving, eco tours, day trips to key west and sunset cruises! Boaters who are looking to relax can also lounge at either of the two pools on-site. There are also three restaurants on-site, including Mickey's, a snack bar at the marina, Jaws Raw Bar, a seafood bar and restaurant and Shula's 2, a casual restaurant featuring steaks, salads, sandwiches and more. The marina is currently renovating its Tiki Bar, Holiday Isle Tiki Bar, which it hopes to re-open soon.
Last, but not least, Islamorada is the fishing capital of the world and the Postcard Inn Marina offers a ton of fishing activities, including both offshore and back country fishing charters and party boats. The marina also hosts fishing competitions throughout the year for those of you with a competitive streak!
Please note that this marina charges a resort fee of $25 and a Florida Tax of 7.5%. These charges will be applied during the checkout process.
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