THE GUY HARVEY OUTFITTER SHOP
Bring home a special gift or proudly wear the newest Guy Harvey sportswear fashions from AFTCO/Bluewater. So your friends back home don’t confuse you with a boiled lobster, sunscreen lotion and a hat are a great idea too. From sports apparel, gifts and home accessories, the Guy Harvey Outfitter Shop has you covered.
If you're ready for a great day on the water, let our experts at the Guy Harvey Outfitter Shop connect you with one of the local offshore or inshore fishing guides to put you and your crew on the fish. To learn more about our “go-to” sport-fishing captains, call the Guy Harvey Outfitter Shop at 855.GH.OUTFITTER or 727.329.1408.
Depending on the season, the Outfitter is open daily between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. If you find yourself at our sister property, the Island Grand, be sure to check out Beaker’s Gift Shop, which also carries the latest in Guy Harvey sportswear.
You can also purchase gift cards, TradeWinds merchandise and more on our online shop site.
It's a fact of traveling – some things get left behind and there's always something you need or want to take home as a memory of a great trip. Take the short stroll through St. Pete Beach to Corey Avenue, which has thrived at the heart of St. Pete Beach for over six decades. Visitors return year after year for parades, wine tastings, arts and crafts festivals, and enjoyable shopping. You’ll find a unique assortment of shops, including antiques dealers, outfitters and more. Nearby BayWalk Entertainment Complex features your favorite national stores, as well as a 20-screen theater and a wide range of dining options. Just up the beach at John’s Pass Bridge, you find John’s Pass Village and the new home to the Marine Discovery Center & Aquarium. Here at this hugely popular destination you’ll find unique boutiques and restaurants in a quaint turn-of the century fishing village situated overlooking the pass. For high-end shopping, head to International Plaza and Bay Street, featuring Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Tiffany & Co. and many others, or hit the Prime Outlets for some cheap chic. There’s even an IKEA in Tampa if you’re looking for affordable home furnishings.