Whale Harbor Marina and Charters
Whale Harbor Marina, located in the heart of Islamorada, was established more than 50 years ago.
The marina is home to one of the finest fleets in the Florida Keys. The rich waters of the gulfstream and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary provide incredible year round fishing. Our seasoned captains have fished the waters of the Florida Keys most of the lives. So whether it is your first time to cast a line or you are a professional angler, we promise you the experience of lifetime fishing out of Whale Harbor Marina.
Whale Harbor offshore fleet consists of 20 boats ranging in size from 31 feet to 53 feet. Charter rates include everything except your food, beverages and the gratuity for the mate. All offshore fishing charter targets dolphin (Mahi-Mahi), Wahoo, Tuna, and Sailfish in the warm waters of the gulf-stream.
Reef fishing target yellow tail, mutton snapper, cobia, hogfish, mackerel and a variety of grouper to name a few.
Some of our boats are equipped for deep drop fishing for additional species in the deep waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Full day charters are eight hours, half day charters are four hours and evening shark trips are aprox. three hours, custom swordfish trips are available upon request. Our fleet can accomodate most any offshore fishing you may desire.
Flats fishing with one of Whale Harbor's experienced guides in the Everglades National Park is an adventure in its own.
The awesome beauty of the wildlife is a sight to behold. The wide variety of fish, snook, bonefish, tarpon, trout are just a few, as well as the birds, alligators, crocks, and dolphins you see in the clear shallows of the Florida Bay will leave you with an unforgettable fishing experience. Full day, half day, evening shark and tarpon charters are avaialble.
Whether your passion is for offshore fishing or backcountry flats fishing, the thrill of the catch is always here at Whale Harbor Marina!
Our Location83413 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, FL 33036 [MAP]
tel: (305) 664-4959 x208
tel: (305) 664-4975 (fax)