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Islamorada, Florida - FL, United States
Smugglers Cove Resort and Marina is located in Islamorada, FL and offers boaters everything they need to enjoy the beautiful Florida Keys. This pet-friendly, amenity rich marina boasts a newly renovated hotel with spectacular water views, Smugglers Cove Restaurant and Bar that serves American, Italian and Floridian dishes and the Buoy Bar, a tiki bar with great drinks and the best live music in town!
Guests will enjoy having access to scuba, snorkeling, fishing charters and the local beaches. There is also a lounge on-site, picnic areas for grilling, bath houses and additional clubs, bars and restaurants nearby. Boaters are also welcome to rent paddle boards and kayaks, use the fire pits and play lawn games, such as Bocce Ball.
Need provisions? Not to worry! Smugglers Cove Resort and Marina has a ship's store offering marine repair services and carries live and frozen bait, tackle, ice, food, beverages and clothing. Last, but not least, there is fuel on site so that you can fill up before you head out.Read More
24.953535 / -80.58562
Cancellation Policy: This Marina has a 24 hour cancellation policy. Please contact Snag-A-Slip or the marina at least 24 hours prior to your stay to receive a full refund.
Joseph on October 6th, 2017:
|Vessel Name||Boat Type||Vessel LOA||Vessel Draft|
|The 19th Hole||Power||40 ft||3.0 ft|
We stayed At Smugglers Marina in Islamorada, Florida. The marina and bar staff were great. However the Tiki Bar on the water was closed on a Friday night. There was another bar at the marina which was open, just had no view. The facilities were minimal at best. The showers were dirty at best. The docks were like new and solid concrete with heavy duty bumpers lining the pilings. Slips had both 30 amp and 50 amp. Wifi at the marina only worked near the bar but you're in the keys; who needs wifi. haha. Marina had about 6-7 foot deep water in the marina and plenty of water for 60 foot sport fishers to run the inlet.