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Sunset Marina

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5555 College Rd
Key West, FL 33040-4307
24° 34' 40.73'', -81° 45' 1.06''
305-780-7189
www.sunsetmarinakw.com
Key West
Sunset Marina
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Sunset Marina
Clear throughout the day.
68℉ENE at 13 knots
High03:33AM0.806ft
Low10:02AM0.118ft
High04:14PM0.785ft
Low10:41PM0.175ft
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Status: Open
Last Updated: 2020-06-23 13:27:08 UTC

About


120 floating docks nestled in a protective cove. Immediate access to the Gulf of Mexico and easy access to the Atlantic Ocean.

Sunset Marina is home to talented Key West fishing guides who offer charters daily.

We cater to sail and power boats. A sailing school makes their home here and offers hands on classes for beginners or seasoned sailors.

Berth Capacity


Slips:130

Approach


Minimum Approach Depth:6.0 Feet
Minimum Channel Depth:6.0 Feet
Mean Low Water Dock Depth:6.0 Feet

Services & Amenities

Last Updated: Oct 07, 2019

Dockage:Yes
Fuel Dock:Yes
Water Hookup:Yes
Wi-Fi:Yes
Restrooms:Yes
Showers:Yes
Laundry:Yes
Gas:Yes
Diesel:Yes
Security:Yes
Pharmacy:Nearby
Bike Rentals:Yes
Hotels:Nearby
Beach:Nearby
Golf:Nearby
Ship Store:Yes
Bait & Tackle:Yes
Max. Vessel LOA:65.0 Feet
Max. Slip Length:60.0 Feet
Floating Docks:Yes
Electric Amps:30/50
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I stayed at Sunset Marina for the Lobster mini season for a week and we had such a wonderful time. Will be back soon.

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I stayed at this marina last month its hard to tell from the outside but they have to many problems to be open. We stayed for a week and during the stay we only had power one night. I talked to a couple of full time tenants and they said rthe power never worked and an older gentalman claimed he had to rewire his boat because of a high power spike. What are the risks? Stray electrical currents in the water will chew up everyone’s zinc anodes, then proceed to chew up everyone’s running gear and metal through-hull fittings. And if the current is this bad it can be deadly to someone who ventures or falls into the water.  Not only was the place a dump they actually have a land fill for neighbors and the smell is unbearable. The county should shut this place down.

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