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Miami Beach Marina

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300 Alton Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139
25° 46' 10.2'', -80° 8' 22.21''
(305) 673-6000
VHF Ch. 16
www.miamibeachmarina.com
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Miami Beach Marina
Miami Beach Marina
Miami Beach Marina
Miami Beach Marina
Miami Beach Marina
Miami Beach Marina
Miami Beach Marina
Miami Beach Marina
Miami Beach Marina
Partly cloudy tomorrow morning.
81℉S at 2 knots
Low02:49AM0.117ft
High09:01AM3.392ft
Low03:11PM0.150ft
High09:20PM3.345ft
Fuel
Last Updated: Jun 14, 2017

Diesel$2.50
Gas Super$4.09
Brand: Valvtect;

About


Called the "Gateway to the Caribbean in the Heart of Miami Beach" the Miami Beach Marina is perfectly located a mere 2 minutes from the ocean, 4 minutes from the vibrant nightlife, fashionable restaurants, shops and galleries of South Beach, 8 minutes from the heart of downtown Miami and only 15 minutes from Miami International Airport.

Our superlative location with state-of-the-art facilities combines 400 boat slips (dockage for vessels up to 250 feet) with services and amenities that are second to none. The famous Art Deco District is nearby with exciting shopping and the nightlife of trendy South Beach.

Approach


Minimum Approach Depth:12.0 Feet
Mean Low Water Dock Depth:13.0 Feet

Services & Amenities

Last Updated: May 03, 2017

Dockage:Yes
Fuel Dock:Yes
Water Hookup:Yes
Water Taxi:Yes
Dinghy Dock:Yes
Wi-Fi:Yes
Pump-out:Yes
Restrooms:Yes
Showers:Yes
Laundry:Yes
Trash:Yes
Ice:Yes
Gas:Yes
Diesel:Yes
Security:Nearby
Swimming Pool:Nearby
Cable TV on Slips:Nearby
Groceries:Yes
Alcohol:Nearby
Medical Facility:Nearby
Pharmacy:Nearby
Car Rentals:Yes
Hotels:Nearby
Closest Airport:15 Minutes
Restaurants:Yes
Beach:Yes
Golf:Nearby
Tennis:Nearby
Ship Store:Yes
Bait & Tackle:Yes
Max. Vessel LOA:250.0 Feet
Max. Slip Length:250.0 Feet
Fixed Docks:Yes
Floating Docks:Yes
Electric Amps:30 AMP, 50 AMP, 100 AMP
Electric Voltage:220, 480
Travel Lift:Yes
Yacht Brokerage:Yes
Live Aboard:Yes
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n8k1k0Jul 26, 2017

Very expensive and not well maintained, docking workers are rude and way too pretentious not generalizing but latin workers need to know they are in America no Cuba or any other country they are from, be nice and learn the language, we speak English in America not Spanish! Spanish is the second language NOT the first.

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