Dockmaster Rick was very helpful assisting withdockage and floating docks are great
This marina has pros and cons. I have spent many nights here going to shows at the Capital theater. The biggest downside of this marina is you have to get past Dockwa to reach the staff. The staff is very pleasant however, only a few have authority to assign slips located inside the basin that are vacant but rented on an annual basis. This is important for transients because if you cannot get a slip inside the basin and you will be assigned a slip on the outside even if they have empty slips inside. On the outside face dock you are in for a bumpy stay due to wakes. This is only a slow speed zone making it bad enough but many ignore even this courtesy and plow by the marina. It is so bad sometimes that it borders on dangerous. Without being able to speak directly with the appropriate staff you are going to be placed on the outside no matter size of boat. Otherwise the marina has great power and water and is only steps away from the downtown district. Clearwater has spent some $ improving this area. Increased security has eliminated most of the sketchy pan-handlers however my wife is still a little nervous waking back from the theater at night and I would certainly recommend Uber any later than midnight. We had only one person approach us during this stay and it wasn't on the walk back after the show but still not a pleasant experience. The marina itself feels safe with locked gates. To sum it up. My wife in the past has always accepted her feelings of insecurity about the dangers presented by threat of physical harm against the benefit of the entertainment provided by the shows. She says life is a compromise however, since Dockwa now manages the marina she informed me we no longer will be visiting the Capital to see the shows due to the discomfort of staying on the outside finger dock.
Quiet floating docks, a little walk to rest rooms and showers but clean. Great sunset views to west over Clearwater Beach. Short walk to town or trolley or ferry to the beach.
Great service. Will come back again
No one greeting on arrival to help tie up and securing our boat or help with hook up power, water, Etc. No marina packet or information given on codes, keys, etc upon arrival. Trash was overflowing and going into the water, attracting birds.
Great staff and courteous. Nice facilities. Office and Showers very far from slip. Our slip was located next to public pier and homeless people where overlooking our boat most of the night.
Docked in slip E17. Inside on the north side of the bridge. Loved being right on the intracoastal. Well maintained and protected marina. Took ferry over to the beach side - an easy ride. Wi-fi was down due to construction cable cut but they worked hard to get the provider to repair quickly. As soon as repair was complete, we received several making sure we knew is was operational. We would stop over here in the future.
The Clearwater Harbor Marina is a beautiful marina with state-of-the-art concrete floating docks located in the Downtown District of Clearwater, Florida just across from Coachman Park. The boat slips are accessible from the Intracoastal Waterway at the Memorial Causeway Bridge and are part of Downtown Clearwater’s Cleveland Street Retail and Entertainment District featuring numerous shops, restaurants and art galleries.
For the Special Events listed below there is a three night minimum. Even if you request for less than three nights you will be quoted and charged for the price of three. For the dates below reservation requests will be taken exactly 6 weeks prior to the start of the event starting at 12:01AM.
Maximum two week stay for transient tenants. When you check-in it is required you provide the dockmaster with proof of insurance.
Maximum LOA: 180'
There are weekly and daily rates. Weekly is $11/ft, once your reservation is past a week you will be billed per night at this lower rate automatically. The marina has decided to no longer offer a monthly rate for transient boaters.