Posted by Mark Washburn on Sunday, February 15, 2015 at 6:16:14 AM By Mark Washburn / February 15, 2015 Comment
Legacy Harbour Marina, just 17 miles from the Gulf of Mexico and centrally located on the Caloosahatchee River, is a terrific and convenient stopover for the night or extended visit as you dock your boat in one of the slips, relax with a cocktail in the lounge and take a stroll over to downtown Fort Myers. Legacy Harbour Marina is directly east of Marker #49, and a few blocks from the historic Edison & Ford Winter Estates. Its prime location is a short walk from the restaurants, boutiques and nightlife in the Fort Myers River District. The 131-slip marina offers state-of-the-art floating docks that can accommodate boats up to 140 feet. The marina is surrounded by one of the largest floating breakwaters on the Gulf of Mexico. This stunning marina features a full-service facility, including a heated pool, fitness center, cable TV, laundry facilities, and more. The Boaters’ Lounge at the marina allows boaters to come in for cocktails and watch some of the best sunsets in the world. The marina entertains boaters and their guests with great views in a tranquil setting. The manicured marina grounds provide access to peaceful riverfront walking paths to stroll to historic downtown Fort Myers. The popular Joe’s Crab Shack restaurant is next to the Marina. The family-owned Legacy Harbour Hotel & Suites offers guests of marina visitors a close and cozy place to stay. One and 2-bedroom riverfront suites with full kitchens, microwaves, living area, and free Internet are available, as well as basic hotel room options. Legacy Hotel amenities include a heated pool, Tiki Bar, massage services, complimentary breakfast, laundry facilities, fitness center and a sundeck overlooking the Marina and Caloosahatchee River. The Legacy is located on West 1st Street adjacent to the luxury High Point Place condo development. It is easy walking distance to Centennial Park, Harborside Event Center, the Edison & Ford Estates, historic downtown Fort Myers, grocery shopping, restaurants and nightlife.
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