Plantation Yacht Harbor Marina provides a safe, secure, and inviting marina for Village residents and the general local boating population, being named by Yachting Magazine as one of the “Top 50 Marina Destinations in the World” and maintaining a Department of Environmental Protection “Clean Marina” designation. The Marina has, depending on boat lengths, 70 - 83 slips available on daily, weekly, monthly, or annual agreements. All slips provide guests with metered electric and water, sewage pump out, Wi-Fi, and sales of unleaded and diesel fuel. The facility includes a boat ramp and dedicated parking area, as well as temporary courtesy daytime dockage for eight to ten Islamorada resident boats during special events. There is a tiki-style social pavilion with grills and an ample trailer parking area. Marina guests also have access to the facilities and activities at the adjacent Islamorada Founders Park. The Marina office and boat ramp are open every day from 8am to 6pm.
|Located at 87000 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, FL 33036
Mile Marker 87 Bayside
|ICW 1155 / Between Markers 78 & 78A
|Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Contact: VHF channel 16, (305) 852-2381
Transient Slips/Total Slips: Available/83
Pump Out: available for each slip
Laundry: coin laundry on site
Cable Service: available by Comcast
Depth: 5’ Controlled
Fuel: Diesel / Gas available 8:00am to 5:00pm
Electric: 30/50/100 Amp
Private Marina Head/Showers available
Internet: Free Wifi
Dockage & Rates:
For Marina brochure click here.
|Bulkhead Dock:||$23.40 per foot / per month / 40-foot minimum|
|Long Dock:||$23.40 per foot / per month / 40-foot minimum|
|T-Dock:||$23.40 per foot / per month / 30-foot minimum|
|T-Dock:||Houseboat Slips $17.00 per foot / per month
Getting to the Marina
The Marina is located just off the Intracoastal Waterway about mid-way between Makers 78 & 78 “A” in the Florida Bay. The Marina monitors VHF channel 16, or call (305) 852-2381 for assistance. The staff will gladly assist with your docking and lines.
Plantation Yacht Harbor is proud to be a designated Clean Marina. For more information visit Department of Environmental Protection’s Clean Marina Program.