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Historic Seaport and Marina
At the Key West Bight
Key West Bight Marina is nestled in the middle of the City of Key West's Seaport properties located in the historic district. The Key West Bight is a twenty acre facility that has become a major destination for those wishing to experience the ways of the old waterfront of Key West. A visitor to the "Bight" can enjoy a blend of the old with the new. You can go sailing on a historic schooner one day and go diving, fishing, parasailing or take a catamaran trip to the reef the next.
Key West Bight Marina has quickly become the most sought after marina facility in the City of Key West. Live-aboards enjoy it’s affordable rates and nearby location to old town. This also is a great benefit to our marina’s commercial tenants. The Harborwalk is lined with fine restaurants and other food orientated businesses which attract tourists and locals to the Bight area where it is easy to browse near the commercial, water oriented activities that are available here.
Our marina has thirty-three deep- water transient slips available that can accommodate vessels up to 140 feet, year round. The majority of our transient dockage is repeat business. When asked why they keep coming back the uniform response is, our pleasing atmosphere, friendly staff, and affordable rates. Showers, laundry and pump-out facilities are on the premises.
The Key West Bight Ferry Terminal will begin operation January 1st, 2002 with daily service to Ft Meyers and Naples. And you will experience no parking problems as there is plenty of parking in the Historic District, both locals and tourists have the choice of using three large parking lots on our property.
When you add it all together you can see
why everybody says Key West Bight is a place you have to experience when you
visit Key West.
Directions to Marina by road
Key West Bight Marina is located on the northwest end of the Island where it is only a short walk from the marina to Duval St., the famous Sloppy Joes, Mallory Square, and all the other fine establishments that make up “Old Town”. When approaching Key West on US 1, stay to the right; turn on to South Roosevelt Boulevard. This route will take you along the very edge of the island and offers a breathtaking view of the Back Country with its extensive flats and mangrove islands. Turn right at Palm Avenue, the third light on South Roosevelt Boulevard. Drive over the scenic Palm Ave. Bridge, which turns into Eaton St. and turn right on Margaret St. Once you arrive at the base of Margaret St. you have your choice of parking at the Park & Ride or the Caroline St. parking lot.
Directions by water - Gulf of Mexico
Enter Key West waters at Buoy #1 North West Passage. At Buoy #19 North West Passage, turn eastward to the Key West Main Ship Channel, follow the marker system to red marker #4 turn to starboard and pull up to our Chevron fuel dock.
Directions by water - Atlantic
Proceed westward down Hawk Channel to Key West Main Ship Channel Buoy #12 then northward to red marker #4 turn to starboard and pull up to our Chevron fuel dock.
Office/Dockmaster hours 7 am - 5 pm daily
Prices are subject to change Give Mike a call for the current pricing