1801 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, Fl. 33040
By Water 24.559902, -81.785656
City Marina's 250 slips straddle the Palm Avenue causeway in Garrison Bight, on the north side of the island of Key West. The marina has been the home of Key West's historic Charter Boat Row since the 1930s. A community of live aboard homes are also in the marina, comprising a pleasant, eclectic neighborhood on the water.
City Marina has 30 transient slips. Theses slips are located on concrete floating docks. Amenities include bath and shower facilities, an on-site coin laundry as well as vessel pump-out services. Photo By Gregory T. Absten
Editors Note: Docking in the Keys is very limited and restricted, You must call the location you are planning to visit to ensure that dockage is available.
- $10.52 plus tax per foot/month pleasure lease
- $1.90 plus tax per foot/day Transient
- $34.00 plus tax per foot/month Transient
- $25.00 shower key deposit
- $6.00 day trailer storage
- $5.00 ramp per day (in/out same day)
- $6.00 one day vehicle/trailer storage
- 24 hour Security
- Power (30 & 50 amp)
- Trash removal
- Bath/Shower Facilities ($25 cash deposit for key)
- Trailer storage (no dry boat storage)
- Maximum vessel length is 70 feet
- All vessels must pay on arrival
Directions to marina by road:
City Marina is located in Garrison Bight near the center of the island, on its north side. Although the marina not located at the southern end of US 1, it is not far away. The marina is on the corner of South Roosevelt Boulevard and Palm Avenue. When approaching Key West on US 1, stay to the right; turn on to South Roosevelt Boulevard. This route will take you along the very edge of the island and offers wonderful vistas of the Back Country with its extensive flats and mangrove islands. Palm Avenue is the third light on South Roosevelt Boulevard. The City Marina Sign is on the right at this intersection. Drive through the intersection and enter the marina parking lot just past the sign.
Directions by water - Gulf of Mexico:
Enter Key West waters at Buoy #1 North West Passage. At Buoy #19 North West Passage, turn eastward to the Key West Main Ship Channel, then north to Main Ship Channel #31. Enter Fleming Key Cut eastward to Garrison Bight Channel # 21, then southward to enter Garrison Bight.
Note: Fleming Key Bridge (over Fleming Key Cut) has a vertical clearance of 18 feet, Garrison Bight Channel has a controlling depth of 4.5 feet at Trumbo Point, and power lines restrict mast height with a 50-foot clearance at the entrance to Garrison Bight (NOAA Chart 11447). Vessels unable to pass under the Fleming Key Bridge may proceed northward from Main Ship Channel Buoy # 31 to Garrison Bight Channel Buoy # 3 and sail around the northern end of Fleming Key then into Garrison Bight as above.
Directions by water - Atlantic:
Proceed westward down Hawk Channel to Key West Main Ship Channel Buoy #12 then northward to Main Ship Channel #31. Enter Fleming Key Cut eastward to Garrison Bight Channel # 21, then southward to enter Garrison B