OLD PORT COVE MARINA

 

Old Port Cove Marina is proudly owned and operated by Safe Harbor Marinas, the largest marina company in the world. A five-star, resort-style yachting and cruising destination, Old Port Cove Marina is located on a beautiful sixty-acre peninsula in the heart of the Village of North Palm Beach. Stepping ashore, you will enjoy lushly landscaped uplands enhanced by amenities that include a full-service on-site restaurant, Sandpiper’s Cove Restaurant & Bar, Captain’s Lounge, fitness center, indoor air-conditioned laundry facilities, and so much more!

 

Old Port Cove Marina has been serving the boating public since 1973!  Two on-site basins accommodate 200 vessels ranging in size from the 20’ run-a-bout or tender to the 200′ luxury mega-yacht. Boaters love the state-of-the-art hardwood decked floating docks with moveable cleats, modern power pedestals, hi-speed diesel pumps, professional yacht maintenance, and long-term knowledgeable staff who know boating and will go out of their way to make sure your stay is exceptional.

 

After making your turn off the Intracoastal at Coast Guard Channel Marker #27 just four miles north of the Lake Worth (Palm Beach) Inlet, you will enter the private channel leading to both basins. The south basin will be off to port at Marker #7,  the North Basin is at Marker #10 & #11. There are no drawbridges to or from the Inlet to slow you down which means you can be cruising the crystal clear blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean in minutes.  All of these conveniences combine to make Old Port Cove Marina a truly remarkable Home Port.

 

Please contact us today for dockage information. We accommodate vessels daily, annual, seasonal or monthly.
Latitude: 26°49.937’N  Longitude: 080°03.248’W

 

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Intracoastal Waterway

THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY (ICW) IS A 3,000-MILE INLAND WATERWAY ALONG THE ATLANTIC AND GULF OF MEXICO COASTS OF THE UNITED STATES. SOME SECTIONS OF THE WATERWAY CONSIST OF NATURAL INLETS, SALTWATER RIVERS, BAYS, AND SOUNDS, WHILE OTHERS ARE ARTIFICIAL CANALS. IT PROVIDES A NAVIGABLE ROUTE ALONG ITS LENGTH WITHOUT MANY OF THE HAZARDS OF TRAVEL ON THE OPEN SEA.