Sailfish Marina Resort

98 Lake Dr West Palm Beach, FL 33404



Venue for All Occasions


Marina views from the balcony outside of the Palm Room. A beautiful venue for small weddings, bridal & baby showers, corporate & holiday events. Ask us about scheduling your next social mixer or fishing tournament headquarters complete with a captains party! Email



Stay at this tropical paradise retreat to take a break from life’s stresses. You’ll be glad you did! Call us at 561-844-1724 to book!



The Palm Room at Sailfish Marina provides your special event with western views of the Intracoastal Waterway and some of the most beautiful sunsets and sport fishing boats in all of South Florida. Please contact Sailfish Marina Resort’s Catering Department to discuss function availability and food and beverage minimums at 561.844.1724 x110.

Alfresco perfection ☀️

Alfresco perfection


Indulge in waterfront dining at its finest with daily features from our Chef. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Sailfish Marina Restaurant

98 Lake Dr West Palm Beach, FL 33404

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Grab a drink!

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Your group can sit comfortably at Sailfish Marina, a local restaurant. Bask in the sun and enjoy a fresh meal outside at Sailfish Marina.

Seafood Ceviche

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Sailfish Marina is a bit of a splurge at around $50 to $75 for a meal. The restaurant is known for its showstopper brunch, but they also offer lunch and dinner. Take someone special to Sailfish Marina for a seafood dish you’ll savor with every bite.

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Start with the calamari and save room for the fresh catch at West Palm Beach’s Sailfish Marina ? this West Palm Beach seafood spot has quite the selection. Low-fat and gluten-free options are featured on the menu. Drinks all around! Pair your dinner with a beverage from this restaurant’s full bar. Little ones are free to make a mess at this restaurant, where the whole family is invited to dine.

7 essential travel safety tips

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1. Do your research

Get to know your destination in depth before you arrive. Read traveler reviews and consult with locals for information about the safest neighborhoods, places to stay and incidences of crime. Check the State Department’s website for country updates and enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP).

Another important travel security precaution is to know whom to call in an emergency. Get the contact information for the nearest embassy or consulate, police station, and other local emergency departments.

2. Don’t draw attention

People who look like they’re from out of town are especially vulnerable to crime, so try to blend in as much as you can. Choose inconspicuous clothing that won’t attract attention. Be discreet when looking at maps and approach people carefully if you need to ask for directions.

Also consider investing in protective clothing and gear that will make it more difficult for pickpockets to steal money and other personal items.

3. Make copies of important documents

You never know when you might need a copy of your passport, driver’s license or another form of identification. Scan these documents to save online and print out several hard copies. That way, you won’t be scrambling to find proper documentation if you need to get home.

4. Keep your friends and family updated

No matter whether you’re going, on an overnight jaunt or a month-long international journey, it’s always a good idea to let friends or family back home know. Before you leave, send a copy of your itinerary to a few trusted people who can keep tabs on your whereabouts. Check in regularly with your contacts so they know you’re where you’re supposed to be.

5. Be wary of public Wi-Fi

Don’t let the convenience of Internet access cloud your judgment. When you use public Wi-Fi, hackers looking to steal valuable information can access your data including credit card or Social Security numbers. If you do need wireless Internet service, set up a virtual private network (VPN) that will allow you to access the Internet securely while traveling.

6. Safeguard your hotel room

Even if your hotel has strong security measures in place, there are steps you can take to make your room safer. Lock and dead-bolt the door and keep your windows shut. You can buy a jammer, which is a portable device that slips under the door for another layer of protection.

Try to give the impression that you’re in your room even when you’re away, such as placing the Do Not Disturb sign on the outside of your door and keeping the blinds or windows closed.

Don’t let any strangers into your room, even if they say they work for the hotel. You can always call the front desk to check whether someone was ordered by hotel staff to come to your room.

7. Be aware of your surroundings

Don’t let your guard down to snap the perfect picture for your social media platforms. Keep an eye on your personal belongings at all times and use good judgment when talking to strangers. A big part of the joy of traveling is the opportunities it affords to meet new people and learn about their cultures. But if someone near you is acting suspiciously, or if you feel uncomfortable, leave the area immediately.

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