A marina with deepwater slips—and prime location at the mouth to the Atlantic Ocean on the Intracoastal Waterway across from Peanut Island—lures boaters and anglers here to these rather basic rooms, studios, and efficiencies. Each of the 30 rooms is named after an island in the Bahamas or a game fish, and all open onto the resort's landscaped grounds. Five are directly on the water, including a two-bedroom condo. Rooms have peaked ceilings, carpeting, flat-screen TVs, and stall showers; all have a/c and ceiling fans. From the seawall, you'll see fish through the clear inlet water.