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Brittany Bosher
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SUNSET CELEBRATION

SAILFISH MARINA RESORT 

THURSDAY EVENINGS

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On any Thursday evening you will encounter the most unique blown glass, wooden sculptures and pottery, silver and gold jewelry on the waterfront!  On Thursday evenings at the Sailfish Marina, www.sailfishmarina.com , you will find musicians, like Clark Rodriguez, singing and playing his guitar.  You’ll hear sounds of your favorite Jimmy Buffet inspired tunes or steel drums playing on the boardwalk as the sun sets colorfully in the western sky. You will also see lazy pelicans bobbing around in the water hopping to catch a scrap of fish food some amber jacks were too slow to scoop up.

In this idyllic tropical location, on Singer Island, people come from all over to browse the 35 artists that come from as far away as Seattle, WA to exhibit their craftsmanship and artistry.  The Sailfish Marina Resort offers a classic South Florida setting of fresh seafood restaurant and yachting marina.  The restaurant faces Peanut Island on the Intracoastal Waterway and just south of the resort is the Lake Worth inlet.  There is plenty of seating area inside, as well as outside; to watch all the boats cruise by.  There is not a bad seat in the house.  If a sit down dining experience isn’t in the plan for the night, the restaurant sets up a stand along the waterfront selling their famous “Grouper Dogs” and delicious Conch Fritters! It’s the perfect place for a casual tropical night reminiscent of Old Key West.  

Stroll the docks, take in the art, enjoy the music and you’ll be sure to find treasure here.  Whether you buy some art or just browse, stop by on any Thursday evening at sunset.  Bring the family, even the family pet (on a leash) is welcome and don’t forget to feed the fish off the docks! 


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