This is charterboat row at the Postcard Inn of Islamorada, seen after damage from Hurricane Irma. Longtime fishing captains at the former Holiday Isle Resort and Marina have been told not to return, pending repairs of uncertain duration. Safety is the key issue, says the resort general manager.
This is charterboat row at the Postcard Inn of Islamorada, seen after damage from Hurricane Irma. Longtime fishing captains at the former Holiday Isle Resort and Marina have been told not to return, pending repairs of uncertain duration. Safety is the key issue, says the resort general manager. Larry Wren First Choice Charters
This is charterboat row at the Postcard Inn of Islamorada, seen after damage from Hurricane Irma. Longtime fishing captains at the former Holiday Isle Resort and Marina have been told not to return, pending repairs of uncertain duration. Safety is the key issue, says the resort general manager. Larry Wren First Choice Charters

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September 27, 2017 11:32 AM

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