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Explore 2 Beautiful State Parks

Explore the beautiful tropical waters of Islamorada.
From near shore reefs to our tranquil bayside,
we help you create a memorable family adventure.

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Explore 2 Beautiful State Parks

Explore the beautiful tropical waters of Islamorada.
From near shore reefs to our tranquil bayside,
we help you create a memorable family adventure.

Want to design your own Keys experience on the water? Explore at your own pace with a boat rental!

Explore at your own pace with a boat rental! Florida Keys Boat Rentals of Islamorada is the perfect place to start your Florida Keys trip. Our location provides for quick access to a wide variety of popular Florida Keys attractions; some of the best fishing spots in both the Atlantic Ocean and Florida Bay are equally accessible from our docks, and nearby, narrow, winding mangrove-lined channels offer tranquil settings for bird watching. We are very close to two popular shallow water reefs, Alligator Lighthouse and Cheeca Rocks, where you can snorkel or dive in depths between 6 and 100 feet, with coral heads rising to within 3 feet of the surface.

Our crew will give you one-on-one information and details of the area. The fleet is equipped with life jackets, cruise chart and safety equipment including GPS positioning for your added safety. See luxurious mansions from the water, take a break and enjoy lunch at our restaurant, take the family fishing and snorkeling all at your own pace, enjoy the beach or sandbar for a swim or take a walking tour and explore 2 historical parks. All of our boats have Bimini or T-tops included for added sun protection and swim ladders.

What to do in Islamorada

Leaving from our dock at Robbie’s Marina you have access to history and beautiful waters for cruising, fishing and snorkeling.

Just on the other side of US 1 you can boat over and dock at Indian Key. In 1836, Indian Key became the first county seat for Dade County. At that time, this tiny island was the site of a lucrative business-salvaging cargo from shipwrecks in the Florida Keys. Accessible only by boat, visitors come here to swim, sunbathe, and hike.

Immerse yourself in the long ago ways of the wrecking industry. This 11-acre island is deserted except for the ruins of a town that existed in the early 1800s, when folks made their living salvaging boats that ran aground on local reefs. Get adventurous and experience our warm, tropical sunshine and unique maritime history.

You also have access to Lignumvitae Key just around the corner when you leave our dock. The virgin tropical hardwood hammock that thrives on this island was once common on most of Florida’s Upper Keys; most of these forests have been lost to development on other islands. In 1919, William J. Matheson, a wealthy Miami chemist, bought this tiny island and built a caretaker’s home with a windmill for electricity and a cistern for rainwater. Today, his hideaway is the visitor center for this island forest. Ranger-guided tours are given twice daily, Friday through Sunday.

Going out ocean side for snorkeling you have access to some of the most beautiful spots in the world; Cheeca Rocks and Alligator Reef.

Cheeca Rocks is a shallow coral reef (patch reef) located within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It lies approximately one mile to the southeast of Upper Matecumbe Key. This reef lies within a Sanctuary Preservation Area (SPA).

Approximate coordinates: 24°54′14″N 080°36′58″W

Alligator Reef is a coral reef located within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It lies to the southeast of Upper Matecumbe Key. This reef lies within a Sanctuary Preservation Area (SPA).

It was named after the United States Navy schooner USS Alligator, which was wrecked on the reef after an engagement with pirate ships in 1822. The Alligator Reef Light stands on the reef.

Approximate coordinates: 24°50′50″N 080°37′11″W

Just south of Robbie’s there is Anne’s Beach, located at Lower Matecumbe Key, Florida. The Islamorada Beach is dedicated to local environmentalist Anne Eaton. Anne’s Beach features a shallow swimming area, covered picnic tables, boardwalk and bathroom facilities.

This Keys Beach is located on the Atlantic Ocean, but there is almost no wave action, due to the wide expanse of shallow water typical for Florida Keys beaches. Visitors can enjoy the clear and warm waters year round.

Typical of Anne’s Beach is the shallow and warm to very warm waters all year around that one can stay in for hours enjoying the sun.

You can also visit the famous Islamorada Sandbar, located less than a mile offshore around Mile Marker 84 on the Atlantic Ocean side, just off the Postcard Inn and Holiday Isles Marina. Because the water is shallow on the sandbar, you will see lounge chairs, barbecue grills, picnic table, umbrellas, all submersed in the water. The sandbar is a great spot for all ages, and even welcomes our four legged friends.

One of Islamorada’s best treasures, the sandbar is only accessible by water.

Our Boats

For snorkeling, cruising and entertaining, every square inch is designed with well-thought-out storage, comfortable seating arrangements for up to 10 people, and functional features.
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For snorkeling, fishing and entertaining, every square inch is designed with well-thought-out storage, comfortable seating arrangements for 8-10 people.
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While you are in The Sport Fishing Capital of the World, why not have your shot at catching your owntrophy fish!  This boat holds 6 people comfortably.
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Great basic center console to do a little fishing, snorkeling and cruising for up to 4 people.  Bimini top for shade, livewell, coolers on board and  a swim ladder off the back.  Book Now >