Harborage Yacht Club and Marina in Stuart, a truly unique location, is situated where the Intracoastal Waterway, the Atlantic Ocean and the Okeechobee Waterway all interconnect. This beautiful facility, all new within the past few years, offers cruising boaters as well as hometown locals a special spot to store their vessel. Our floating and fixed docks are designed to accommodate all shapes and sizes in perfect comfort. Harborage Marina - Stuart encompasses the quality you would expect from the leader in marina service.
The marina is reasonably well maintained but only has trash cans on the main walkway so it can be a long walk if you are further down the docks. The attitude of the management is as poor as I've seen in 17 years of being aboard a large vessel. After 2 years as a customer in this marina they increased the the dock rent by 50% because we had put the vessel up for sale and couldn't commit to another annual lease. The dock-master told us that they would reduce the increase by half if we used the yacht broker she recommended. Two months after we hired her recommended broker they told us that they couldn't honor that commitment and not only increased the rent but went back and charged our card extra to cover the previous months even though I specifically told them that this was not authorized. We've stayed at many wonderful marinas that go out of their way to make their guests happy in the years we've owned a yacht. This is not one of them.
The facilities are nice but they continue to advertise Wahoo's restaurant as an amenity and it is closed. The available wireless internet from Turnkey sucks, to be kind. Often times it is just not available and when it is it is so slow that it renders it nearly useless. They suffered dock damage from the last storm and still haven't fixed anything. They stopped selling sodas and other items in the dockhouse because they are getting vending machines--months later still no vending machines. The staff also frequently leave their radios on channel 68 and so don't respond to incoming boats.