I had the good fortune to live on my boat here for several months, and this marina is the standard against which I measure all other marinas. So far, no other marinas have come close. The approach and marina have plenty of depth for a 6-, or possibly a 7-foot keel. All of the docks are floating, full-length finger docks. The entire marina is well protected. I weathered Hurricane Harvey here without any difficulty, and to my knowledge, no boats were damaged. The marina has full amenities, including a gym, sauna, and tennis courts. The onsite bar/restaurant is quite nice, but there isn’t a ship’s store. There are two heated/air conditioned restroom-shower facilities each for men and women, and another pair in the clubhouse right next to the sauna. All of them are pretty close to the docks, and all are very clean and nice. WiFi is free, but is marginal in all but a few places. There are grocery, hardware, and West Marine stores all within 1-2 miles, but little within walking distance. There are also a number of repair yards nearby. The marina staff are very helpful and eager to please, and the community of live-ins, as well as the weekend warriors are friendly and welcoming. There is even a mixer every Friday evening, and Taco Tuesdays at a nearby taco joint. I have to say that if it weren’t for the iffy WiFi, this marina would be exceptional in every sense. I highly recommend it.