St. Augustine Municipal Marina
POSTED: Public Notice
The City of St. Augustine’s Breakwater Marina
repair and replacement due to damages in Hurricane Matthew
|Nestled in the heart of downtown historic St. Augustine, the St. Augustine Municipal Marina is a true treasure for anyone traveling the surrounding waterways of Northeast Florida. Whether you are transiting the open ocean waters of the Atlantic, or the more closely navigable channels of the Intracoastal Waterway, a stop in St. Augustine is worth the stay!||Today's Fuel Price|
|Diesel: $ 3.60|
| Gas: $ 3.66
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This ideal location provides a picturesque and convenient harborage for both sail and power boats with a friendly and helpful staff that is on duty 24/7, 365 days a year. Fuel, oil and ice are available at the fuel dock, and public restrooms are located in the main building on shore. We offer clean and secure restroom/shower facilities and a laundromat for our registered guests. Pump outs are available directly from your paid mooring, in all transient slips, and are free to the public from our fuel dock. Pump-out at anchor is available, weather and proximity permitting, and cost $5. (Call the Marina Office for information about fee pump-out at anchor)
In June 2013 the St. Augustine Municipal Marina opened a new breakwater dock to the north side of the marina basin. This dock provides protection to the marina from north and northeast winds, turning the north side of the marina into a more sheltered basin. The new dock also provides nine 42-foot slips with the capacity for beamier boats, such a catamarans and multi-hull vessels. It also offers a large face dock with two berths that can accommodate yachts over 200 feet, and 3-phase electric (480 volt 100 amp). All slips on the new dock are equipped with water, electric and pump-out. View a map of the marina docks and land facilities.
St. Augustine Municipal Marina provides all the amenities necessary for an enjoyable stay, plus the added benefit of being located in the center of "The Nation’s Oldest City." You can enjoy historic sights, four-star restaurants, home style dinners, gift shops, art galleries, antique stores and one-of-a-kind attractions all within a short walk from the safe, casual environment of the St. Augustine Municipal Marina.
Due to the increasing popularity of our marina, and the City of St. Augustine as a popular travel destination, we strongly recommend making reservations in advance of your intended visit. Reservations do not require advance payment or deposit, but will guarantee you a slip or mooring ball to which you can bring your boat. While we understand some travel is last-minute, there are high volume weekends, peak transit seasons in Fall and Spring, and certain holidays that we will not be able to accommodate last minute arrivals.
- Concrete floating docks with full fendering
- 96 slips for vessels up to 200 feet
- 110 moorings, including two moorings specifically designated for vessels up to 120 feet.
- Fuel, oil and ice available at the fuel dock, in the Marina Office
- Complimentary pump-out available at the fuel dock and at all slips
- Electrical service available: 120V-30amp, 120/208V-50 amp, 208v-100amp 3-phase with single phase adapters if needed, and 480V/277V-100 amp 3-phase.
- Modern and secure restroom/shower facility, laundromat and lounge for registered overnight guests
- Public restrooms are available for hourly dockage customers
- Propane gas tanks available for purchase and trade
- Docking assistance and hand carts available
- Black Raven Ship’s store offers limited boat supplies; however, souvenirs, clothing, beverages, snacks, sunscreens and other sundries are available.
- American Express, MasterCard and Visa accepted
Upon Your Arrival
As you approach the vicinity of the marina, please contact the Marina Office on VHF CH 16 or VHF CH 71 from your VHF radio. Depending on current weather conditions, immediate boat traffic, your immediate needs and current circumstance, you will be directed to the fuel dock, to your designated reserved space (mooring or slip assignment), or to a temporary location, by marina staff. Once you are secured and settled, we ask that you come to the Marina Office to register and settle your account. If you are staying on a mooring, dinghy dockage is included in the cost. Swipe cards will be provided for access to the secured restrooms, showers, laundry, and lounge, upon registration.
Complementary pump-out at the mooring is available and must be arranged before 9am on the day of requested service, or scheduled in advance. Water tender service is also available to moored vessels, beginning at 10am, running every two hours, and ending at 6pm. (10 AM, 12 PM, 2 PM, 4 PM, and 6PM). The last ride back to your vessel is 6 PM! Please be prompt! Water tender service is offered 365 days a year, weather permitting.
Complete the online reservation request form, or contact the Marina Office directly at 904-825-1026 to make a reservation.