Stock Island Marina Village is a newly developed marina, just beyond the noise and crowds of the world famous Duval Street in Key West, Florida. A pioneer on the developing forefront of the rustic Stock Island, Stock Island Marina Village is redefining the boater experience with an unparalleled level of hospitality and service. As Destination Experts and Experience Providers with guests as the highest priority, Stock Island Marina Village is the best marina in South Florida.
Fuel with us on your way to Cuba, the Bahamas, before you head off shore, or even before you head into your slip! Our easy-access deep-water floating fuel dock is over 400' long with 10 pumps and 40,000 diesel capacity. Not only do we consistently offer the lowest prices in Key West, any purchase over 100 gallons receives an additional 6% off!
Featuring 220 slips in total with 100 state-of-the-art Bellingham concrete floating docks, one of the largest live-aboard communities still left in Key West, and a long list of unique amenities, we hope you'll come see us enjoy all there is to see and do in the Keys! Some stay for a day, some never leave.
Stock Island Marina Village can handle the needs of all power and sail recreational and sport fishing vehicles up to 300' LOA. Next door is a service yard with deep water and direct ocean access, no overhead bridges or lines, haul, block, and launch service for vessels up to 75' length and 21.5' beam and emergency Hauls 24/7. Call to learn about local ramp access.
There aren't enough stars for this marina! They nailed it on all counts, and EXTRA points for Dan...went above and beyond, with a smile the whole time! The Salty Oyster: Happy Hour includes the meals at half off....and the person who decided to put an orange slice & red onion on blacken Mahi....will certainly go to heaven!
This was a very nice marina to stay at. It is on Stock Island away from downtown Key West, but it is near The Perry Hotel and they provide a shuttle service to downtown daily. You can enjoy the downtown excitement and then return to the quieter setting of this marina. There are 220 slips in this marina all on floating docks and this makes it nice to get on and off your boat. The staff is very professional, helpful, and attentive. The fuel dock is easy to access. They pump your boat out on a weekly schedule. The only negatives were 1. There could be more restrooms with 220 slips there are 2 showers for each men and women and then two handicaps accessible. Depending upon what dock you are on it is a long walk to the restrooms. 2. The internet connection you compete for. If you do not have a specific antenna it may be hard to connect at certain times of the day. But you can always walk to the Captains Lounge and get great service. 3. Plan to wash your boat once per week. Since the location of the marina is between the Key West Airport and the Navel Base airport you get a thin black slightly oily film on your boat. That said we would come back again. We understand they intend to add dry boat storage and more facilities in the future.
The facilities here are second to none. The marina and hotel staff were absolutely fantastic. Don’t miss their happy hour.
This place is like a resort. Perfect.
Docked our boat here for lobster mini season for 3 nights. Facility is well kept, clean bathrooms, incredibly friendly staff. This will be our marina of choice from now on when we stay in Key West.
Great faculties and great staff at Stock Island Marina!
Internet to the docks is intermittent. That's the only disappointment. Great free shuttle to town. Heidi at the bar is a gen. Facilities were absolutely spotless.
LOVE this marina. Excellent facilities, free shuttle to town, and everything is sparkling clean from the docks to the laundry room. The dog park, community garden, and captain's lounge are all very nice touches. To top it off, the staff is bubbling over with professionalism and an upbeat vibe. Can't wait to come back once their new pool and restaurants open!
Nice Marina and staff however, I have a catamaran and they charged me significantly more (per foot) than the mega yacht docked nearby. We were on a wall and beam was no factor. The beam of the mega yacht is much greater than mine and they also had a 35ft fishing boat rafted off to them. I have never been charged more than a mono-hull. I found a much better deal in Key West Bight. I will stay there unless Stock Island changes their pricing policy.