Oasis Marinas at Westshore Yacht Club

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6005 Beacon Shores Street
Tampa, FL 33616
27° 52' 53.98'', -82° 31' 52.57''
VHF Ch. 16
Tampa Bay Harbor
Oasis Marinas at Westshore Yacht Club
Oasis Marinas at Westshore Yacht Club
Oasis Marinas at Westshore Yacht Club
Partly cloudy throughout the day.
67℉SE at 3 knots
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Oasis Marinas at Westshore Yacht Club is a 149 slip marina located in historic South Tampa, within five miles of downtown, the Westshore District, and St. Petersburg. Westshore Yacht Club is loaded with amenities including a salon/spa, swimming pool, fitness center, and health club directly on the property for all your pampering needs. Nearby you’ll find the Florida Aquarium, Tampa Bay History Center, and Glazer Children’s Museum, so there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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Westshore Yacht Club is located just on Old Tampa Bay within the Westshore Marina District and south of the US-92 Bridge. Hail on VHF 16/68.
Minimum Approach Depth:12.0 Feet
Mean Low Water Dock Depth:7.5 Feet

Services & Amenities

Last Updated: Jul 15, 2021

Water Hookup:Yes
Swimming Pool:Yes
Medical Facility:Nearby
Pet Friendly:Yes
Fitness Center:Yes
Max. Vessel LOA:108.0 Feet
Fixed Docks:Yes
Floating Docks:Yes
Electric Amps:30, 50, 100
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The place is falling apart. I was there for a while and could not continue to keep my boat there. The electrical to pedestals is dangerous. There were numerous electrical fires and issues. There was a 100ft boat that burnt. On another dock I hear there were insurance claims over 100k between a few boats. The fresh water to the dock breaks every few weeks. the pump outs don't work half the time and when they do there are no hoses or fitting that function. The WiFi is non existent on the dock. In high winds the cleats pull lose. Most of the fingers where the larger yachts tie up are broken. They are tying 60-80ft boats up to fingers that have zero structural strength. The docks are twisted and full of oysters. There were zero repairs or maintenance done while I was there. The residents seem to hate the marina members and Lennar Homes the owners use this falling down marina as their flag ship to sell homes. Good luck as this place is a ticking time bomb.

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