Why do you come to the Florida Keys?
For most visitors, our main attraction in this string of tropical islands boils down to simply spending time on the water. Whether your intent is to fish, dive or simply sip a few cocktails while on the boat, the fabulous Florida Keys provides stellar options for your perfect tropical getaway.
At Keys Fisheries, our full-service marina provides visitors with the highest quality marina services available for a stay in the heart of the middle keys.
Our marina provides visitors with easy access to the open water of Florida Bay, which facilitates quick navigation to the open Atlantic Ocean and destinations throughout the Caribbean or efficient routes into the Gulf of Mexico for transit up Florida's West Coast.
Our marina accommodates vessels up to 60 feet in length with a maximum beam of 24 feet while providing a mean draft at low tide of 5 1/2 feet. Our location provides a gorgeous setting for temporary and extended stay dockage with beautiful, unobstructed views to some of the Florida Keys most gorgeous sunsets.
Our marina is located on the premises of our fishery and retail restaurant, which provides marina partons with a steady supply of bait, ice and fuel services to stock up for daily fishing trips or to prepare your vessel for a journey to another distant harbor. Additionally, our retail restaurant provides marina visitors with delicious, fresh seafood on the days when you simply don't feel like cooking your own catch.
Interested in staying with us at Keys Fisheries Marina?
Have a look at the following information for rates in our marina and contact information for our Dock Master.
All rates for Dockage include Water and Electric services:
- Daily Rate (Minimum 30 Feet) - $2.00 / Ft Per Day
- Monthly Transient Rate (30 - 90 Days) - $15.00 / Ft per Month
- Monthly Rate for More than 3 Months - $12.00 / Ft per Month
Any Questions about our Marina Services, please contact our Dock Master at 305-743-4985 or contact us at Keys Fisheries today.
*All Dockage Rates are effective as of May 1st, 2008 and are subject to change at Keys Fisheries discretion.