The magic and excitement of the beautiful Palm Beaches await you when you bring your yacht to the New Palm Harbor Marina. When it reopens in the Fall of 2009, this new state-of-the-art Marina will combine the luxury and exclusivity of Palm Beach with the fun and excitement of City Place and West Palm Beach. Palm Harbor Marina is located in a prime spot along North Flagler Drive, just south of the Flagler Bridge, and only minutes to the Palm Beach Inlet. The new marina will feature custom-engineered concrete floating docks with extra-wide gangways and finger-piers, color coordinated railing systems, in-slip pump outs, single and three-phase power and much more. Make sure that your plans to stay in Florida include a visit to the new Palm Harbor Marina!
Since the 1940’s, the Town Docks have provided space for both sail and power yachts. The Brazilian, Australian and Peruvian Docks are tucked away at the west end of the avenues for which they are named. Adjacent to the marina is Lakeside Park which marks the southern terminus of the six mile Lake Trail.
While the Australian Dock is the focal point of the marina with its display of large and magnificent yachts, the Brazilian Dock has a family-oriented appeal and the Peruvian Dock has an uninterupted majestic view looking over Lake Worth to the south.
In May of 2007, Rybovich was designated a "Clean Marina" by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and Clean Boating Partnership. This is a prestigious honor that has only been bestowed upon 44 marinas state wide and reinforces Rybovich's commitment to protecting our environment.
Floating Concrete Docks up to 230 feet long Accommodates up to 300 Foot Yachts