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Amelia Island Yacht Basin

Posted by admin | Posted on 08-20-2008

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2. Amelia Island Yacht Basin
(904) 277-4615
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Amelia Island Yacht Basin - Marina and Boat Yard - Amelia Island Florida
http://suntexmarinas.com/suntexportfolio/ameliaisland/
Statute Mile: 720.5
Lat/Lon: near 30 37.882 North/081 28.646 North
Location: entrance to the marina’s approach canal lies along the ICW’s easterly banks, south of unlighted daybeacon #13, and just north of the Kingsley Creek Bridge
Transient dockage: available
Make MarinaLife Dockage Reservations
Transient dockage rate: $2.00 per foot per night, (20 % dockage discount for Boat/US members) $7.50-30 amp power hookup, $10.00-50 amp power hookup
Type of Dockage: floating concrete decked slips and face docks
Total number of slips/berths: 150
Dockside Power Connections: 30-50 amp
Dockside Fresh Water Connections: Available
Showers: Available (climate controlled)
Laundromat: Available
Restaurant: one on site, another within walking distance and many others available in downtown Fernandina Beach via taxi ride
Restaurant Recommendations: The Galley Bar and Grill (on-site, 904-261-7447), Barbara Jeans (across street, 904-277-3700)
Provisioning Possibilities: take courtesy car to Publix or Winn Dixie supermarket 2 miles away
LPG (Propane) Availability: walk to Ace Hardware right across the street for tank refill or take courtesy car to T Rays 2 miles away
Free Wi-Fi internet access: Available
Gasoline and diesel fuel: Available
Waste pump-out: Available
Depths: currently 3 to 4 foot minimum entrance depths, but marina now owns a dredge, and as of January, 2012, a project is beginning to deepen entrance channel to 6 feet, MLW

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (8)

Spent 1 night 2 years ago – friendly, helpful staff. Nice docks. Walking distance to great crab place. Entrance channel was very shallow, but we were there at an exceptionally low tide.
John Wild

Amelia Island Yacht Basin, there is a sill at the entrance that at low tide is less than two feet. The entrance channel is no deeper than 5.5 at mean high water. The marina has a ship’s store that is stocked by West Marine and their diesel fuel has an anti foaming agent that facilitates fueling. Management is friendly but water depth is the main problem. There is a small grill on the property but anything more is at least ½ mile away.
Joe Blanchard

Stayed there in November. First class! Jeff and his crew were professional and helpful and the marina was clean and neat. Good restaurant on site, clean laundry and fuel. I had five feet at low tide in the entry channel.
Jeff Moore

We visited the Amelia Island Yacht Basin in the spring of 2010. The entrance depths were 3.5 to 4.0 ft at MLW. The marina was nothing to write home about, but adequate with nice people. Amelia Island was fun exploring via auto.
Terry Bieker

It is shallow going in and if you draw over 5′, then check it out. We loved the place, first time we stayed there ever. Owner is on top of things. If you go to fuel dock in a larger boat (say 45′+) and there is another boat tied up to the face dock as you enter, and the wind is blowing, be aware that turning around can be difficult. Fortunately there is no current. Price is a little high, but this place is first class.
John Winter

Amelia Island is just like New Orleans without the sin. Worth a stay for members of the Moral Majority. Bring your own sin.
Lawrence Zeitlin

I’m sorry to hear of your grief. The marina has switched management, and is now owned by Suntex. Our prices have changed, and so has our staff.
30amp/50amp
Daily: $2.00 per foot $7.50/10.00
Weekly: $10.00 per foot $40.00/60.00
Monthly: $17.00 per foot $52.00/72.00
Annual: $14.00 per foot $52.00/72.00

Our fuel prices are: Gasoline-$4.56 Diesel-$4.15

Our new gerneral manager is Tom Moore; you can email him at tom@aiyb.net.

I’m Amber, one of the newer members employeed by this company. We’ve refashioned the ship store, we’ve painted the fork lift, we’ve added scenery to the front enterance, and soon we will be remodeling the bathrooms, fixing the docks completely, and creating a much livelier ambiance over all. I can assure you that if you ever decide to give this marina another shot, you will be more than pleased.

Sanctuary and crew did not care for Amelia Island Yacht Basin. It is well protected, but the basin is very shallow. We stayed there Sunday, 3/29/2010, and we were in the mud at the tee head at low tide. They charge $1.60/ft for the boat, which is competitive for the area, and $20 for 50A electric, which is theft. Anyway, we couldn’t use the heat pump because of the low water levels, and they griped but finally gave back $5.36 for that. And, you’re a very long walk from the office, too.
Net is, for comfort and convenience, you’re better off at Fernandina Beach.
Just Jim’s opinion…
Peg and Jim Healy aboard Sanctuary

Amelia is very protected, but you are a distance from town. Fernandina is not as protected, especially if you are on the outside dock, but you are right in the middle of town with many great restaurants and quaint shops.
Glen Moore
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