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Marine Stadium Marina

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MIAMI, FL. 33149

(305) 361-3316


By Water  25.743172°, -80.169454

Just to the south and east of downtown on beautiful Virginia Key is Marine Stadium Marina, one of South Florida’s largest full-service dry storage facilities. The 300 berth marina is capable of handling vessels to 45’ with a gross vessel weight of 18,000 pounds. Safe, reliable service is provided by our well-maintained Wiggins and Taylor marine fork lift trucks, our team of experienced drivers, and courteous and professional office staff seven days a week. 

Marine Stadium Marina offers such on-site amenities as 89 octane fuel, available pre-splash fueling, a service & repair facility featuring monthly wash and maintenance plans, a Ship’s Store and seafood restaurant. Whether accommodating year-round boaters or those visiting our area for a shorter time, Marine Stadium Marina offers a high quality, professionally operated, and service-driven dry storage marina at highly competitive rates.

Dinner Key Marina

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MiaDinnerWL1Q3400 Pan American Drive

Miami, FL 33133

(305) 579-6980


By Water  25.727188, -80.232810

Our flagship facility is located just south of downtown, in historic Coconut Grove. The 582 slip marina (Florida’s largest marine facility) provides modern comfortable berthing accommodations in a park-like setting to transient, seasonal, long-term, and liveaboard customers at very reasonable rates. 

Dinner Key originally served as base of operations for Pan American Airway’s famed flying boats, the Clippers, and plenty of history has been retained in the area. The original Pan Am terminal building (next door to Dinner Key Marina) now serves as Miami City Hall, although it has retained its historic charm. Nearby is Villa Vizcaya, former home of International Harvester founder James Deering and now a public museum. A short walk from the marina lands you in the heart of Coconut Grove village, where you’ll find a fashionable retail and entertainment district, along with the world renowned CocoWalk.



Miamarina at Bayside

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MiaMarinasWL1Q401 Biscayne Boulevard

Miami, FL 33132

(305) 579-6955


By Water  25.779405, -80.185311

Located in the heart of beautiful downtown Miami, on the Atlantic ICW at the west end of Government Cut, Miamarina is designed to accommodate yachtsmen and their vessels to 200’ in our deep water slips. The marina was completely rebuilt and reopened in 1997, and our 130 slips were constructed with vessel safety and comfort in mind. Dockage is available on a transient, seasonal, or long-term basis and water and electricity usage is included in our rates. 

Miamarina is situated within the Bayside Marketplace, an internationally flavored assortment of over 100 stores, shops, restaurants, and cafes. Our marina is located next door to theAmerican Airlines Arena, home of the NBA’s Miami Heat, and just a short distance from such local attractions as South Beach, Miami Children’s Museum, Parrot Jungle Island, and the Miami Seaquarium. Each February, Miamarina is proud host to the Strictly Sail venue of the Miami International Boat Show, attracting visitors from around the world and featuring the latest sailboats, sailing yachts, and merchandise.

Bill Bird Marina (Haulover Beach Park Marina)

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Screen_shot_2009-12-06_at_12.51.00_PM10800 Collins Avenue

Miami Beach, FL



By Water  25.905598, -80.125039

Nestled in Haulover Beach Park between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway, this marina is minutes away from spectacular fishing. It is home of the largest charter/drift fishing fleet in South Florida. The 180-acre park also has two on-site restaurants, Solo on the Bay and Cafe Azul; an ice cream shop, souvenir shop, bicycle rentals, picnic pavilions; kite rental concession; casual 9-hole golf course and tennis courts.  An underground path leads to sparkling Haulover Beach.

pproach 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.