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75. Gulfport Municipal Marina

Posted by admin | Posted on 04-07-2008

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75. Gulfport Municipal Marina
(727) 893-1071
http://www.ci.gulfport.fl.us.com
Statute Mile: 115.5
Lat/Lon: near 27 44.422 North/082 41.767 West
Location: found on the upper reaches of the charted channel entering Boca Ciega Bay’s northeasterly reaches (near Clam Bayou)
Transient dockage: available
Transient dockage rate : $1.50 per foot per night
Type of dockage: fixed and floating, wooden and aluminum slips and face docks
Total number of slips/berths: 250
Dockside Power Connections: 30-50 amp
Dockside Fresh Water Connections: Available
Showers: Available (climate controlled)
Restaurant: long walk (1/2 mile) or short taxi ride
Restaurant Recommendations: O’Mattys, Stellas, Pia’s
Provisioning Possibilities: 7 block walk to Sav-a-Lot grocery store
LPG (Propane) Availability: Marina has LPG tank exchange on-site
Waste pump-out: Available
Free Wi-Fi internet access Available
Gasoline and diesel fuel: Available
Depths: 6 foot depths

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (4)

We kept our boat at the Gulfport Municipal Marina for the past 2 years and cannot say enough good things about it. It all starts with the outstanding staff who understand customer service and truly like working there. We can’t say enough good things about Dennis, both Tonys and Larry(retired now).

The facilities and docks are good and the basin is very protected. We never worried about our boat when we left it in the slip for the past two summers.

The walk to the waterfront restaurants and shops is under a mile and we never had a problem. Most of the time there were many other people doing the same thing. The waterfront area is unique and well worth the walk. We even anchored there a few times and took the dinghy in. And the restaurants are outstanding. Even though we will not return there this year, we will still drive to Pia’s for dinner.

We have fond memories of this marina and will return!

John and Carrie Weiss
S/V Zephyr
Catalina 320

In the 7th Edition to the Cruising Guide of Western Florida, Claiborne advises cruisers staying at the Gulfport Municipal Marina to use a taxi to get to town because of the neighborhood around the marina. My wife and I have walked to town the last two nights. There are lots of people out walking dogs, etc. and all have been very friendly. The marina is a great place as indicated in the guide. We look forward to returning here in the future.
Steve Rutherford

Stored by boat here a few times while cruising. Secure fenced facility, floating transient docks. not really close to shopping. One of the cheaper marina’s around.
Captain Sterling

It’s not what I would call “a long walk” from the Gulfport Marina to downtown Gulfport. Only moderate, about 8 blocks or so. Definately under a mile. Well worth the walk. There’s plenty of restaurants and lots of artsy shops. I often say, if I didn’t already live here, it would be a wonderful place to cruise to. Fuel is easy to get to in the marina, as long as your vessel is under 50′. Otherwise, it can be tricky turning around to leave. We have about 55′ overall, but we do it all the time. LuAnne s/v Dulces Suenos

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