Water, water, everywhere and so little time to frolic? You'll probably want to stay a few days at this resort just to take in the 22 water features, which run from six indoor and outdoor pools to three sleepy and lazy "rivers" to kiddie pools, the "Compass Cruiser," and the aptly named "Schooner Screamer." (These last two aquatic assemblages are rather elaborate water slides that should not be missed.) The resort's price structure includes modest but comfortable rooms that start quite low and move on to more palatial suites with two double beds and a separate living room with a sleeper sofa and a full-size bed. The property features three elaborate structures: the Pinnacle Building, the Schooner Building, and the Mariner Condominiums. The Pinnacle Building is the newest part of the property, a 16-story structure with 15 pools; most of the rooms have ocean views. The Schooner Building is the most economically efficient of the three, with outdoor grills and a game room for the young ones. The most luxurious options can be found at the Mariner Condominiums, with some spaces including laundry facilities in-unit, a real benefit for visitors planning an extended stay. If you do tire of the water worlds on the property, you can just step off onto the 720-ft. beach for a stroll.