Dinner Key Marina


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Accommodates vessels up to 125’ - Maximum Draft: 8’

Dinner Key originally served as base of operations for Pan Am`s flying boats, the Clippers and plenty of history has been retained in the area. Nearby is Villa Vizcaya, former home of International Harvester founder James Deering and now a public museum. Also a very short distance away is the internationally renowned CocoWalk, Coconut Grove`s retail and entertainment district. Whether you are visiting for a day or a year, Dinner Key Marina`s courteous staff will make sure your stay is enjoyable.

Directions:

From the North (North Miami / Fort Lauderdale) - Proceed on Interstate 95 south until it turns into US-1 South. Continue on US-1 to SW 27th Avenue. Turn left on SW 27th Avenue and proceed to the intersection of South Bayshore Drive. The entrance to Dinner Key Marina will be directly in front of you.

From the South (South Miami / Homestead) - Proceed on US-1 north to SW 27th Avenue in Coconut Grove. Turn right on SW 27th Avenue and proceed to the intersection of South Bayshore Drive. The entrance to Dinner Key Marina will be directly in front of you.

From Miami International Airport - Proceed on 836 East to 27th Avenue South. Proceed on 27th Avenue approximately 5 miles to the intersection of South Bayshore Drive. The entrance to Dinner Key Marina will be directly in front of you.

Parking:
Upon entering Dinner Key Marina, follow the road east toward the waters edge. Ample parking is available adjacent to the marina. *Due to the large size of the marina, we recommend parking as close to the specified boarding pier.