North and east of Marathon, and Vaca Cut, a marked and charted channel leads north from Hawks Channel to several facilities at Key Colony Beach and Coco Plum Beach. Follow the “Chart View” Link below to learn more.
Anyway, after entering this cut, Bonefish Marina C. A. (the “C. A.” stands for “Condo Association”) will be spotted just north-northwest of Key Colony Beach channelâ€™s unlighted daybeacon #2, along the easterly banks. As its name implies, this is a condo marina, BUT they will accept visitors when wet slip space is available. Follow the link below to this facility’s listing in the SSECN’s “Florida Keys Marina Directory,” and telephone them to make advance dockage arrangements.
Another suggestion, although it is out of town, Bonefish Marina on Coco Plum is a condo marina that often has slips for rent by the owners when everyone else is full for the season.