Florida, has long been known as the "SAILFISH CAPITAL OF
THE WORLD". Offshore fishermen come from all over to test their
skill against the "Sails" that abound just off the St. Lucie Inlet where the
Gulf Stream lies 10 miles from the shore. When the Sailfish aren't
striking, there's an abundance of
dolphin, wahoo, grouper, snapper, cobia and
king mackerel to keep your reel humming.
It won't take you long to have
poles in the water. Sailfish Marina is the closest marina to the St.
Lucie Inlet with no bridges to the Atlantic Ocean.
Offshore fishing isn't the only
appeal for the fisherman. Trout, snook, pompano and tarpon abound in
St. Lucie and Indian Rivers.
If cruising's your style, the
choices are unlimited.
Cruise & dine: Have some
time? Enjoy a leisurely trip down to Jupiter or up to Vero Beach via the
ICW. Pressed for time? Cruise 10 minutes to the end of the Manatee
Pocket and dock at several good restaurants.
Nature lovers will enjoy the
natural beauty of the South Fork/St. Lucie River or the St. Lucie Inlet Park
on the ICW.
Feel adventurous? Take a
trip to the West Coast of Florida via the Okeechobee Waterway or go East to
the Island, just 90 miles from the inlet.
Visit downtown Stuart by boat.
Dock at the City Pier and shop and dine in historic downtown Stuart.
It's a wonderful way to spend the day! With beautiful and bountiful
waterways, Stuart is truly a boater's and fisherman's paradise.
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