"The location is great," says Adam Schlesinger, president of CSC-Holiday Land L.P., one of the developers of the property, "and it's the perfect place to stop." He's referring to the resort's marina, which cruisers and fishermen alike will welcome. The Ocanos Resort and Marina will replace the Holiday Isle Resort, whose marina was a familiar option to those fishing and traveling through the Keys. The new marina will have 41 slips that can accommodate boats 50 to 100 feet long. Twelve of the slips are reserved for the backcountry fleet. Other services offered include charter fishing, pump out facilities, fueling docks, a marine store and, of course, electric and telephone hookups. Tucked into a natural cove by the Atlantic Ocean, the marina is sheltered from the wind, a big plus for those who might want to overnight on their yachts.