Directions by water: Entering from the Fort Pierce Inlet, go West to the ICW, turn left (South) under the 65' high fixed bridge and go ¼ mile to ~SM RED#188, on the ICW, turn left (East) into the channel at markers; GREEN#3 and RED#2 and continue about ½ mile to ~marker GREEN#11 to the jetty/seawall entrance, turn left into the HARBOUR ISLE MARINA basin.
Prior to arrival, a copy of the vessel's $500,000 liability insurance policy is required, naming Harbour Isle Marina Services, LLC as additional insured.
Make all checks payable to: Harbour Isle Marina Services, LLC
Security Deposit Required for Long-Term Dockage
|Vessels under 43'||Vessels 44' and over|
|Monthly||$625/month plus electric||$14.00/foot per month plus electric|
|Seasonal||$575/month plus electric||$12.50/foot per month plus electric|
|Annual||$494/month plus electric||$11.50/foot per month plus electric|
Harbour Isle Marina is located by the Fort Pierce Inlet and accommodates yachts to 100’ in the area’s best seawall enclosed and wind protected harbour. Sixty-three boat slips—all floating docks—can be rented daily, monthly, seasonally, or annually.
The location is minutes to the Ft. Pierce Inlet, Gulf Stream and world-class sport fishing. This inlet is considered by boaters to be one of the best on the Florida coast! Surrounding your anchorage in the enclosed seawalled harbour is a beautifully landscaped gated waterfront community of privately owned condominium homes. These four-story buildings provide protection from heavy winds. The location on South Hutchinson Island within a gated community provides unmatched security and privacy.
The area offers exceptional fishing for sailfish, wahoo, dolphin, snook, redfish, trout, tarpon, lobster and blue crabs. In addition, the waters of the Indian River provide outstanding fishing and boating opportunities as well. The nearby ocean beaches offer some of Florida’s best surfing, paddle boarding and kayaking. Magnificent wading birds such as the Blue and White Heron can be spied along the mangrove islands, grass flats and oyster bars that populate the Intracoastal Waterway.
The area’s best seafood restaurants and local bars are within walking distance! Ft. Pierce’s Historic Downtown, a two minute drive away, hosts a Saturday morning “Farmer’s Market” and many seasonal events. Art galleries, café’s, colorful local restaurants, and charming shops and boutiques line the area’s historic “Main Street”. Ft. Pierce offers visitors an authentic “old Florida” experience, just 50 miles north of the Palm Beaches and Palm Beach International Airport.