|Name||Reviews||Max LOA||VHF||Dock Depth||Gas / Diesel||Lift / Crane||Wifi||Amps|
|New Smyrna Marina||-|
|16||Low 10.0'||-||-||30, 50, 100|
|North Causeway Marine|
|New Smyrna Beach City Marina||-|
|16||Low 10.0'||-||-||30, 50|
|River Deck Marina||-||-||-||Low 8.0'||-||-||-||30|
Clear throughout the day.
Lat29° 2' 32.79''
Lon-80° 54' 16.6''
New Smyrna Beach is a town along the Intracoastal Waterway south of the Ponce de Leon Inlet and Daytona Beach. Situated at Mile 845 on the Intracoastal Waterway, New Smyrna Beach has an excellent array of marinas and good anchorage space on the town waterfront. Daytona Beach is 12 miles to the north from here.
Use NOAA Chart 11485.
Traveling south from the Ponce de Leon Inlet, you will first need to clear the New Smyrna Coronado Beach Bascule Bridge (24-foot closed vertical clearance; opens on demand 7 a.m. To 7 p.m.) at ICW Mile 845. Once you have cleared the bridge, continue south to pick up flashing red 30 and red daybeacon 32 at the turn toward New Smyrna Beach.
From the south, you will first need to clear a 65-foot fixed vertical clearance bridge to the south of Sheephead Cut, and then you will set a course to pick up flashing red 38 and green daybeacon 39, which lead on to the east toward Ponce de Leon Inlet.
The first marina you will encounter is just south of the New Smyrna Coronado Beach Bascule Bridge on the east shore of the ICW route. After you have made the turn to the west at flashing green 33, there will be marinas scattered along the north shore of the Waterway. Anchorage is available farther to the south past the 65-foot fixed vertical clearance bridge.