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      Basic Marina Information:

      Phone: (239) 213-3070
      Website: http://www.naplesgov.com/index.aspx?NID=339
      Lat/Lon: Near 26° N / 81°47.572 W
      Location: lies just north of the Naples Yacht Club and to the west of marker #36
      Depths: 7 ft.
      Address: 880 12th Ave S
      Naples,  FL   34102


      Service Details:

      Transient Dockage:Available. (30 ft. minimum)
      Transient Dockage Rate:$1.75 per foot per night
      Boat/US Dockage Discount:Available. $0.25 discount
      Type of dockage:fixed wooden slips and some face docks
      Live Aboards Allowed:no
      Total number of slips/berths:84
      Dockside Power Connections:30/50/100 amp power hookups available
      Dock. Fresh Water Connections:Available.
      Showers:Available. Climate Controlled
      Laundromat:Available.
      Restaurant:on-site and several others nearby
      Restaurant Recommendations:The Dock at Crayton Cove (239-261-4191), Bellini on Fifth Italian Ristorante (239-261-1117)
      Provisioning Possibilities:Walk or take taxi to Wynn’s Market 12 blocks away
      LPG (Propane) Availability:Available. Take taxi to Ace Hardware for LPG tank exchange 2 miles away
      CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) Availability:Available.
      Waste pump-out:Available.
      Wi-Fi Internet Access:Not Available
      Fuel Availability:Gas & Diesel Available
      Fuel Notes:ethanol free


      Fuel Prices (All Taxes Included)

      Reporting Date:August 10, 2020
      Fuel Notes:ethanol free
      Gasoline Price:$3.17 (All Taxes Included)
      Diesel Price:$2.40 (All Taxes Included)
      Any Quantity Discount:Available. 10% discount-200 gallons or more gasoline or diesel
      Any Boat/US Discount:Available. 10 cents per gallon
      Any SeaTow Discount:Available. 10 cents per gallon

      Reviews from Cruisers (9)

      1. Ron Dwelle -  May 2, 2013 - 10:56 am

        One requirement of using the Naples City moorings is that you get a pump-out first at the City Dock–no exceptions, even though we had been pumped out the previous day at Fort Myers Beach. We understand that this is a city requirement.

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      2. Dennis McMurtry -  November 18, 2011 - 2:20 pm

        Docked there earlier this year on our trip from Ft Myers to Islamorada, very nice stop, friendly people and the trolly ride is well worth the history and the opulence that exists there.
        Dennis McMurtry

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      3. Betty and Rusty Hughes -  November 14, 2011 - 3:00 pm

        Naples is our home port. The city docks are an excellent location. You would be within walking distance of 5th Ave. And 3rd Street for shopping and restaurants. A great foodie type grocery store and hardware store are a short bike ride away. West Marine and Enterprise just a couple miles away. By the time you walk down 5th you are only a few blocks from the beach. Our favorite restaurant (Bleu Provence and their new wine store) is within walking distance.
        Naples is a MUST stop.
        Betty and Rusty Hughes

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      4. Nicole -  January 17, 2011 - 6:08 pm

        Had a great time in Naples! They have a limit to 4 nights for the mooring balls (something to do with the EPA owning the bay bottom, kind of a strange story if you ask me) but we got to spend 8 nights total on the Naples mooring balls. (Left for one night in between and got another 4 nights.)

        **CAUTION** The mooring balls DO NOT have a regular pennant on them. (It’s a rope loop that is about 5 inches long attached to the ball). You will not be able to pick it up with a boat hook and the dockmaster’s office for some reason does not inform you of this. When we are aboard when other boats have come in we have used our dinghy to help them.

        When we went back the second time one of us got in the dinghy when we were close and slowed way down so that we could “walk” with the dinghy forward, grab the line we had attached to the cleat, string it through the mooring pennant and then back aboard. Fairly simple if you know about it ahead of time.

        Naples is a great town to visit. There are a number of great restaurants within walking distance of the docks. (Bleu Provence is a stone’s throw away and has a great early dining special, $24.95 between 5-6pm for an appetizer, entree, and glass of wine. The food is first class, you won’t be dissapointed.)

        Definitely can recommend Naples as a cruising destination, Enjoy!

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      5. RB -  January 4, 2011 - 12:27 pm

        Went to Naples and spent 2 nights there at the Naples City Dock. Nothing to complain about. The staff was very nice and the price with Boat/US was 1.50/ft. The Gordon river did not present any challenges as depths were atleast 7′ the whole way.
        RB

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      6. Darlene Rosen -  October 6, 2010 - 10:18 am

        Last winter we had the distinct pleasure of spending some time at Naples City Marina. Dockmaster Marlene and her crew are most professional, helpful, and most of all welcoming. What most cruisers do not know is that the City of Naples installed a mooring field, and for just $10 per night you are within walking distance to great restaurants (quite a few of which were offering two dinners and a bottle of wine for $30), concerts and other entertainment. The dinghy dock is located a short distance from the mooring field, the showers are spotless, and you can still do a load of laundry–wash and dry–for $2. Marlene wanted me to get the word out that Naples is no longer an unfriendly place to visit. Another easily missed attraction is the Boat House Restaurant located at the end of the Cove I! nn. From 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. they have 2 for 1 cocktails, a bar full of cheese and other goodies, as well as hot hors d’oeuvres for free. In the past we have avoided Naples, but never again!
        Darlene Rosen
        s/v Here’s to Us II

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      7. Al Halpern -  August 31, 2010 - 2:24 pm

        I have always stayed at the city docks but my last trip down there around Aug 1 I stayed at the Naples Boat Club. Much nicer then the city docks with floating docks, just as close to down town and about the same price. Fuel is cheaper at the Boat Club and they sell Valvtec diesel (less smoke).
        Al Halpern
        “Hunky Dory”

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      8. Terry Forshier -  August 28, 2009 - 8:55 am

        At this time there are slips available for long term lease and plenty of room for transient boaters. There is a free pump out on the dock.Only minor repairs can be made at the city Dock and these must be from approved contractors. Minor bottom maintenance is still allowed but no boats can undergo major bottom cleaning at this location. (major scraping and cleaning) regular bottom maintenance from monthly divers is still allowed at this time.
        Terry Forshier
        SV BAKALUKA
        Naples

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      9. Ben and Barbara Falmlen -  August 27, 2009 - 9:18 am

        Today we took a leisurely cruise inland up to Naples and are at the Naples City Marina (no mooring balls as stated in the cruising guide) $1.50 per foot with Boat US disc. HOWEVER, they included our dingy (which is on the back of boat) in the footage. Never had that happen before! On the way up we have NEVER seen so many boats, they were everywhere! People yelling at each other on the radios, using not so nice words, ripping and tearing around…WELCOME to South Florida boating. This is Wednesday, what do you think it will be like on the weekend !!!
        That’s all for meow,?
        Ben and Barbara Falmlen
        Two Cats Too

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