Open for business as usual. Marina office is closed to foot traffic but we are here and happy to help. Office hours are 8:00AM - 5:00PM 7 days a week. Check out our website for update to date information
Harbortown Marina - Canaveral is a full-service marina located in Merritt Island, FL, right between the Indian and Banana rivers. We are a transient friendly marina offering short-term dockage for boaters passing through for a night or a week! We are centrally located between the Indian & Banana Rivers with close deep-water access to the ocean through Port Canaveral.
With a beautiful, protected location in brackish waters with minimal tidal changes, Harbortown Marina offers a wide array of reasons to choose us as the in-water home for your boat. Enjoy the area’s friendliest boating community, clean restrooms and showers, on-site dining, monthly activities, space for BBQs and gatherings, and much more!
Located about 45 minutes from the Orlando International Airport, mooring your boat at Harbortown is a convenient choice for Florida yacht and boat enthusiasts.
We offer wet slips, covered rack storage, a dry storage yard, and a variety of amenities to members and guests, including:
Arrived at 3:30 on August 3. The slip was ready and we pulled right in. Scott was there to meet us help us tie up. A very easy process. Nice new laundry room and the restaurant was very good and even had live music. Did not have mosquitos or no seeums on this trip. We dinghied to Sykes creek and we were able to see some bioluminescence.
A really great marina, with a very functional new wi-fi setup which is head and shoulders above any marina we have stayed at so far. OK, speeds can still bog down a bit if everyone is watching a movie! But there are many hotspots, and the connections are solid. Docks are all in good shape, and facilities are clean and functional. Staff very friendly and helpful. The only little detractions are the bugs - no-seeums and some mosquitoes (what do you expect in a hurricane hole) and the fact that they do not offer a pump out at the slip.