4000 Crandon Boulevard
Key Biscayne, Florida 33149
This first class marina, near spectacular fishing and artificial reefs, is part of internationally known Crandon Park. It has a popular dockside restaurant and bar, dive boat operation...and is across the street from miles of beautiful sandy beaches, including popular Crandon Park Beach. You can dock your boat or drive over to Sundays On The Bay restaurant, which offers indoor and outdoor dining and drinking. Boaters and landlubbers alike will enjoy the picturesque sunsets and cool ocean breezes. Down the road from the marina is Crandon Park Golf Course.--one of the finest municipal links in Florida and home of the Royal Caribbean Classic Senior PGA Tournament, and the 27-court Crandon Park Tennis Center--home of the Lipton Championships. A bicycle/walking path weaves throughout the park's lush landscape.
Approach from Sea: Located at St. Mile 1094, two
miles south of the Rickenbacker Causeway fixed bridge. Going south, head
on a course of 180°. Leave ICW Marker "73" to starboard and follow
the well-marked county channel northeast to the marina basin using red
right return rules. Position: 25° 42.9' N., 80° 10.6' W. Approach
Depth: 6'. Dockside Depth: 5' to 12'. Monitors VHF Channel 16/Working Channel
9. Call VHF Channel 16 when approaching this marina for slip assignment
and assistance in docking.
Haulover Park Marina
The marina is situated in 180-acre Haulover Park, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway, minutes away from spectacular fishing. It is home of the largest charter/drift fishing fleet in South Florida. The park has an on-site restaurant, The Afterdeck; an ice cream shop; souvenir shop; picnic pavilions; kite rental concession; casual 9-hole golf course and tennis courts. An underground path leads to sparkling Haulover Beach.
Approach from Sea: Located on the east side of
the ICW at St. Mile 1079. From the north, leave ICW Marker "5" to port
and you will see the marina on your port side. Stay close to the shore
and docks as you approach the marina since there is a sandbar between the
ICW and the Haulover Inlet Channel. Position: 25° 54.2' N., 80°
8.4' W. Approach Depth: 8' to 10'. Dockside Depth: 8.5'.
This marina--"Gateway to the Florida Keys"--is next to Biscayne National Park, approximately 8.5 miles from Elliot Key. It is in a beautiful tropical setting with a natural atoll pool and beach. It has a full-line snackbar at the beach, picnic pavilions, grills, fishing area and a large playground.
Approach from Sea: Located at Convoy Point, next
to the Biscayne National Park Headquarters (south side). On Biscayne Bay,
approximately one mile north of the F.P.L. Channel (identified by its twin
stacks), and approximately six miles southwest of ICW Channel Markers "5"
and "6", or the area better known as the Featherbeds. Position: 25°
27.8' N., 80° 19.2' W. Approach Depth: 3.5' to 5'. Dockside Depth:
5' to 6'. Monitors VHF Channel 16/Working Channel 72. Advanced reservations
are requested. Call on VHF Channel 16 when approaching and you will be
given docking instructions.
Pelican Harbor Marina is just off the 79th Street Causeway, minutes away from ocean access at either Haulover Inlet or Government Cut. It has a waterfront restaurant, Francis on the Bay Restaurant, which offers indoor and outdoor dining. Pelican Island, a nature preserve and bird sanctuary, is just 400 yards offshore. You can take your boat or a marina water-taxi to the beautiful 10-acre island, which has "chickees"--open huts with thatched roofs, barbecue grills, picnic tables and a sand volleyball court. The island is open to the public and can be reserved for large groups.
Approach from Sea: Located midway between Government Cut and Haulover Cut, at ICW St. Mile 1084, just north of the 79th Street Causeway Bascule Bridge on the east side of the ICW. At ICW Marker "25" turn east into the marina basin. Position: 25° 51.6' N., 80° 09.9' W. Approach Depth: 6'. Dockside Depth: 6'. Monitors VHF Channel 16/Working Channel 68. Reservations accepted.
This marina, ideally located next to Biscayne National Park, is a great location for fishing and diving. It has a dockside restaurant and bar, Tugboat Annies; large picnic pavilion and grill; bikeways; jogging trails; and a jetty which extends 1.5 miles into the Bay, enabling fishing enthusiasts to cast from shore.
Approach from Sea: Located approximately 4.5 miles
west of ICW Channel Markers "5" and "6", or the area better known as the
Featherbeds. Position: 25° 31.5' N., 80° 17.9' W. (outer channel
marker). Approach Depth: 4.9'. Dockside Depth: 5.5'. Monitors VHF Channel
16/Working Channel 68. Advanced reservations are requested. Call on VHF
Channel 16 when approaching and you will be given docking instructions.
Created: February, 1996