Miami Beach Marina

300 Alton Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139

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by José H. - Verified user on Oct 25, 2023
Everything is good a lot movement’s of boats but good we have all close. Thanks

About Miami Beach Marina

Called the "Gateway to the Caribbean in the Heart of Miami Beach" the Miami Beach Marina is perfectly located a mere 2 minutes from the ocean, 4 minutes from the vibrant nightlife, fashionable restaurants, shops and galleries of South Beach, 8 minutes from the heart of downtown Miami and only 15 minutes from Miami International Airport.

Our superlative location with state-of-the-art facilities combines 400 boat slips (dockage for vessels up to 250 feet) with services and amenities that are second to none. The famous Art Deco District is nearby with exciting shopping and the nightlife of trendy South Beach.

Booking Info

Max LOA: 250' Max Draft: 12'


  • Gas
  • Diesel
  • Water Hookup
  • Electrical

Listed Pump Prices

Last Updated on 08/25/2023 at 2:04PM

  • Super Gas: $4.09

  • Diesel: $2.50


  • Ship Store
  • Wireless Internet
  • Pumpout
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • Ice
  • Security
  • Groceries
  • Restaurant
  • Bait & Tackle
  • Floating Docks
  • Travel Lift
  • Medical Facilities w/in 5 Miles


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A boater's guide to Miami Beach

Miami Beach Marina is the perfect marina for boaters visiting or staying long term in the Magic City. Located adjacent to Government Cut, Miami Beach Marina makes it easy to access many of Miami’s water activities like fishing, sailing and intracoastal waterway cruising.

Looking to dock your boat and explore activities by land? Within walking distance of this marina is Miami’s famous Art Deco district and downtown South Beach.

Approach and dockage

Miami Beach Marina is located at the southern tip of South Beach. Accessing the marina is a breeze for any boat thanks to no fixed bridges and plenty of deep water. The marina can be accessible by water from the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway, Biscayne Bay, Miami River and Florida Keys.

The marina’s professional dock assistants are available from 6AM to 9PM on channel 16 to help with docking at one of their 400 boat slips. There’s usually plenty of room since 90% of their slips are open to the public on a “first come, first served” basis.

Miami Beach Marina amenities

Onsite Marine Store

Miami Beach Marine Center is open 7 days a week and is fully stocked with all your boating needs. Whether you’re looking for lines and fenders, recreational toys for the kids or new sunglasses because yours went overboard, the Marine Center has everything you might need.

Mechanical Services and Repair

Need some help fixing or repairing your boat? The marina also offers access to world-class vendors to help with maintenance and repairs.

Boat lifts

Wish to store your boat out of the water? Miami Beach Marina has a number of boat lift slips that can accommodate vessels up to 40,000 pounds.

Onsite Deli Market

The Miami Beach Deli Market carries everything you need to host a successful docktails party. In addition to a fantastic beer and wine selection and a wide variety of grocery staples, they can also provide gourmet sandwiches, pastries, and desserts.

Monty’s Waterfront Dining

Located alongside the docks and right next to the heated pool, Monty’s Sunset is a fantastic casual dining spot. Enjoy fresh-caught seafood and raw bar as well as live music and stunning sunsets.


Miami Beach Marina keeps safety and security top of mind for guests. Dock attendants are on hand from 6AM – 9PM to help with any of your needs. And with a security patrol and surveillance cameras on the property, you can have peace of mind knowing that your boat and belongings are safe.

Visitor Parking

Meeting up with friends In Miami? They can park for free at Miami Beach Miami’s covered parking garage. Once parked, it’s just a one-minute walk to the docks.

Proximity to attractions by land

South Beach (1 mile)

The most famous part of Miami is South Beach, and lucky for you, you’re smack dab in the middle of it. This portion of Miami is famous for its sandy strands, swaying palm trees and pastel-colored Art Deco buildings. While the Beach itself is the main draw, there are hundreds of fantastic restaurants and shops along it’s perimeter.

South Point Beach (0.7 miles)

At the southernmost tip of South Beach is South Pointe Park. Walk the park’s beautifully maintained greenspace that has panoramic views of Fisher Island or sunbathe on the beach portion that overlooks the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Just be sure to stroll down the scenic South Pointe Pier at some point and watch all the boats cruise through Government Cut.

Wynwood Walls (5.8 miles)

Open to the public and free of charge, Wynwood Walls was established in 2009 as an outdoor museum of international street art. The open-air museum currently encompasses more than 40 stunning murals created by street artists from Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the United States.

Proximity to attractions by sea

Stiltsville (17 miles)

Located on a sandbank one mile off Cape Florida is Stiltsville. This town on stilts was constructed back in the 1930’s by the Florida elite who wanted an off-shore workaround to mainland alcohol and gambling laws. While there are fewer structures standing today than in its heyday, it's still a sight to be seen.

No Name Harbor (13 miles)

Located inside the beautiful Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, this natural harbor once was reserved just for herons, egrets, and other wildlife. Today, No Name Harbor is a popular spot for boaters who can anchor here for free and travel ashore to dine at local eateries.

Star Island (1 mile)

Located just north of the marina is the exclusive, man-made Star Island. It’s famous for its wealthy past and present residents like Shaqueille O’Neal, Sylvester Stallone, and Gloria Estefan. Cruise around this oval shaped island and maybe you’ll spot a celeb.