florida-marinaA new marina has opened in Key West, Florida that caters to a wide spectrum of boaters – from superyacht owners to shrimp boat captains.

Located in Safe Harbor, Stock Island Marina Village is accessed from the Atlantic through an entrance channel dredged to a depth of 7.6m-10.7m (25ft-35ft). The marina basin is divided by two land piers and separated by 91m (300ft) of water.

Bellingham Marine completed the first phase of construction in November, installing 128 slips in the north basin for boats ranging from 12m-21m (40ft-70ft). Two new side-tie docks were also put in to provide superyacht moorage for vessels up to 76m (250ft).

The second basin houses the marina’s older live-aboard moorage with 80 slips.

Stock Island Marina Village also offers amenities such as in-slip pump outs and 480A, three-phase electrical service for superyachts. High-speed fuelling is available on a 131m (430ft) fuel dock, the largest in South Florida.