There was no shortage of great food to eat at the flea market.
Rotarians kept the crowd fed.
Vendors and buyers were greeted with nice weather during the Feb. 22 and 23 Upper Keys Gigantic Nautical Flea Market.
An angler casts a net off Islamorada's Founders Park during the Upper Keys Gigantic Nautical Flea Market.
Rotarians prepare breakfast for vendors setting up for the Upper Keys Gigantic Nautical Flea Market in Islamorada.
What would a nautical flea market be without lobster traps and buoys?
This booth had a mishmash of merchandise.
Christopher Cano, 9, of Islamorada checcks out antique lanterns.
Ramrod Key artist Noel Skiba is on the Founders Park beach with a painting she did of, well, the Founders Park beach.
The entrance to the nautical market was pretty busy both days.
These guys are pretty happy with their purchases as they leave the market.
Paddleboarding is increasingly popular, and these colorful paddles will work great when you get out on the water.
Obviously, the market had its share of fishing rods for sale.
Ron Lippincott of Chesapeake Bay shows one of his model boats for sale.
The sign says it all. The business owner says his hats won't fly off your head even if you're doing 40 mph on the water.
Old nautical clocks are on display and for sale.
A woman checks out dresses at one of the numerous clothing booths.
Chip Kasper, a National Weather Service forecaster in Key West, shows past Keys hurricane activity at the agency's booth.
Reporter ad executive Craig Coleman, former Plantation Key School Principal Vanessa Strickland and Keynoter ad executive Joanne Pulis man the Reporter/Keynoter booth. The Reporter is a big sponsor of the nautical flea market.
Krazy James brings his mobile nautical bookstore to flea markets whenever he can.
A man checks out one of the nautical antiques booths.