Alicia Earle Renner has been a dedicated photographer since she received her first 35mm SLR when she was just twelve years old. Key West has been her home since 1990 and she continues to pursue her photography career as being a versatile, artistic, and well-equipped photographer. Alicia draws a story from her subjects and underwater photography has become her new obsession. She captures a variety of subjects, such as clownfish, land mammals, birds, sharks, landscapes, and so much more.
Hammerhead Surf Shop is Key West, Florida's premier surf shop and is a local hot spot for trendy top surf apparel brands! The shop sells a wide variety of some of the best brands in sunglasses such as Maui Jim and Costa. Stop by today and tell them we said hi!
Get to the fun faster with Paradise Porters, a Key West luggage pickup, delivery and storage service. These services can be to/from the ferry, airport or hotel.
Once you hop off the Key West Express, simply drop your bags off when you arrive and you’re free to play. If you want to explore Key West before your flight home and you don’t want to carry your luggage around with you, stop by to leave your bags and then off you go!
Paradise Porters is located on the second floor of the Ferry Terminal.
Yours and Mayan has a wide variety of authentic, handcrafted jewelry, key chains, hair accessories, and other treasures. The craftsmanship and timeless beauty are shown through the bold and colorful designs that you’ll be sure to love!" There are benchmarks that define the mission of Yours and Mayan. These statements of purpose that keep our goals and priorities well focused and help define who we are as a business.
Jack Anderson, originally from Tacoma, Washington, and Liliane, from Chartres, France, first opened Local Color in 1986, having recently docked in Key West after an adventure on the family home – a 42 foot sailboat. Always the sailor and leather craftsman, Jack started making leather jewelry and selling at the nightly sunset celebration on Mallory Square. Soon, Local Color opened next door to the historic Turtle Kraals, at the original location of Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville store. Always evolving, the Andersons designed their own clothing lines for the tropics and Key West jewelry collections. Today, you can see all of these influences when you shop at Local Color and Commotion, and there’s always something new! And it is still very much a family affair.