This is an artist’s rendering of the Oceana Water Resort, a proposed hotel and sportfishing base on an elevated but moveable structure about 16 miles northwest of Key West. Long delayed by financing and permit issues, project leader Doug Pope says Oceana could still become a reality.
This is an artist’s rendering of the Oceana Water Resort, a proposed hotel and sportfishing base on an elevated but moveable structure about 16 miles northwest of Key West. Long delayed by financing and permit issues, project leader Doug Pope says Oceana could still become a reality. Elevated Water Resorts Conception art
This is an artist’s rendering of the Oceana Water Resort, a proposed hotel and sportfishing base on an elevated but moveable structure about 16 miles northwest of Key West. Long delayed by financing and permit issues, project leader Doug Pope says Oceana could still become a reality. Elevated Water Resorts Conception art

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