Nestled between the Indian River and Atlantic Ocean, Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Marina features 200 acres at the Indian River Plantation in Stuart, Florida. Our location makes us the perfect starting point for deep sea and Sailfish fishing expeditions.
Stroll along miles of unspoiled beaches, visit The Elliott Museum, House of Refuge and The Florida Oceanographic Society or shop on Main Street in historic downtown Stuart.
Approach Instructions: Enter the St. Lucie Inlet. Proceed northbound along the Intercostal Waterway. Proceed two miles north on the east side of the river. The marina is located just south of the Stuart Causeway Bridge, on the east side of the Intercostal Waterway.
The Marriott amenities were great and the marina staff were excellent. However the marina is not shielded from the day to day water turbulence. The constant slapping of water against our hull was very annoying.
Richard Noonan Dock Master made our stay perfect.Wonderful place to stay.We’ll be back.
About one of the worst services encountered in many years of sailing! We have sailed from LA to Annapolis, extensively North Sea, Baltic Sea, Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea but never encountered such high prices with such a lack of service. Well before his shift end, we had tied to the fuel dock for the night and wanted to get fuel. The dock master did not want to do it then and promised to do it at 7 am as we wanted to leave early. We waited till 7:30 am but no dock master, nobody answering the phones or VHF nor an apology from the General Manager, we spoke to. We advise everyone to stay away from this marina and we will spread the word around.
Richard gets a five star rating. He was most helpful in docking assisting me in heavy crosswinds necessary due to my wife’s recent hip replacement preventing gopher to perform her normal docking duties. He repeated his five star help when we departed. In all, our stay in all respects was also five star.
Bathroom are very olds For the men 1 showers on 2 was broken