Marinas & Yacht Clubs in Lee County


Cape Harbour Marina
5828 Cape Harbour Drive, Suite 200, Cape Coral | 239-945-4330

Cape Harbour Marina, a 3.5-mile run to the Gulf, is part of the Safe Harbor Marinas network. It is a mixed-use facility offering 79 wet boat slips for vessels up to 60 feet long, dry boat storage, private restrooms with shower facilities, a swimming pool, laundry, pump-out, and mixed-use commercial space that includes restaurants, retail shops, and business offices.

D&D Matlacha Bait and Tackle

3922 Pine Island Road N.W., Matlacha | 239-282-9122;

D&D is known for its wide selection of live, frozen, and artificial bait, as well as an array of rods,  reels, and cast nets. It also has a 24-hour boat ramp with 3 acres of trailer parking.

Diversified Yacht Services
751 Fishermans Wharf; Fort Myers Beach | 239-765-8700;

Diversified Yacht Services maintains, repairs, and upgrades luxury yachts and vessels of all sizes. On-site boating services are offered at the state-of-the-art, 60,000-square-foot service center with a 150-ton travel lift. A marina, full-service fuel dock, and well-stocked ship’s store complete this one-stop shop for comprehensive marine services in Southwest Florida.

Fish-Tale Marina
7225 Estero Blvd., Fort Myers Beach | 239-463-3600

Fish-Tale Marina is an Estero Island destination with a full-service marina, waterfront restaurant, ship’s store, boat sales and rentals, and boat tours and fishing charters. Flexible long-term and transient slip rentals are available. Amenities include dockside fuel, Wi-Fi, and on-site repair and maintenance.

Four Winds Marina
16501 Stringfellow Road, Bokeelia | 239-283-0250

Located on the northern end of Pine Island, Four Winds is a full-service marina offering annual and short-term dry storage, floating docks, a ship’s store, fuel, bait, tackle, easy access to Charlotte Harbor and its barrier islands, sightseeing and fishing charters, and full-service repairs.

The Gasparilla Inn & Club
500 Palm Ave., Boca Grande | 877-764-1420

The Gasparilla Inn & Club is a classic Old Florida resort located on Gasparilla Island in the Gulf of Mexico. An Historic Hotel of America Landmark Inn since 1913, the resort offers 142 luxurious accommodations, croquet, golf, tennis, sightseeing, and fishing charters. Its full-service, certified-green marina is open to the public and located in a protected bayou. Mercury and Yamaha technicians are on-site daily for boat repairs and other services. Fuel, bait, clothing, and other boating supplies are available in the ship’s store. The marina offers wet and dry boat storage on a daily, weekly, monthly, and annual basis.

Gulf Harbour Marina
14490 Vista River Drive, Fort Myers | 239-437-0881

This premier, deep-water, 186-slip marina on the Caloosahatchee River accommodates yachts up to 97 feet long in the upscale Gulf Harbour Yacht and Country Club community along McGregor Boulevard. Amenities include bathhouses, a laundromat, pump-out service, full-service fuel dock, and Wi-Fi. Nightly and monthly rates are available. Several restaurants are within walking distance.

Gulf Star Marina
708 Fishermans Wharf, Fort Myers Beach | 239-463-9552

Dry storage for boats up to 40 feet with full concierge service for guests, 20 wet slips, on-site fuel, a retail shop and ship’s store, indoor valet car parking, and an adjacent Zagat-rated restaurant, Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille. Gulf Star is slated to open in 2020.

Jensen’s Twin Palm Cottages and Marina
15107 Captiva Drive, Captiva | 239-472-5800

Resort guests at this collection of quaint beach cottages have access to the marina’s private dockage, events, amenities, and services.

Legacy Harbour Marina
2044 W. First St., Fort Myers | 239-461-0775

Situated east of Marker 49 on the Okeechobee Waterway, Legacy Harbour Marina has 131 slips with an open layout that can accommodate boats up to 140 feet on the Caloosahatchee River in downtown Fort Myers. A short walk from diverse nightlife, Legacy Harbour Marina offers rooms and suites at its hotel, which includes a heated pool, fitness center, and boaters’ lounge.

Matanzas Inn Bayside Resort and Marina

414 Crescent St., Fort Myers Beach | 239-463-9258

This waterfront hotel has rooms and suites, 16 deep-water slips, a floating dinghy dock, a restaurant, a swimming pool and spa, bike racks, a nearby fishing pier, and the city-owned Fort Myers Beach Mooring Field.

The Marina at Edison Ford

2360 W. First St., Fort Myers | 239-895-7703

The Marina at Edison Ford has 45 public slips at its breakwater docks, showers, and other amenities, including the on-site Pincher’s restaurant. Transient, weekly, monthly, and annual rates available.

MarineMax Fort Myers at Deep Lagoon
14030 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers | 239-481-8200

MarineMax is a full-service marina with retail sales and marine repair and maintenance services conducted by factory-certified technicians. MarineMax also offers seminars on fishing, watersports, and navigation, as well as “docktail” parties and cruising excursions. It has 75 slips that can accommodate boats up to 85 feet. Dry storage is available for boats up to 60 feet. The Deep Lagoon Seafood restaurant and market are also on-site.

Monroe Canal Marina

3105 Stringfellow Road, St. James City | 239-282-8600

This full-service marina offers easy access to Sanibel and the causeway, Pine Island Sound, Matlacha Pass, Estero Island, and the Caloosahatchee River. Services include bait and tackle, clothing and accessories, engine repair, boat restoration, boat and kayak rentals, dockage, rigging and instruction, and charter captains.

Pineland Marina

13921 Waterfront Drive, Bokeelia | 239-283-3593

Just minutes from the Boca Grande Pass, home of world-class tarpon fishing, Pineland is the largest full-service marina on Pine Island. It offers inside and outdoor dry stack storage, a double-wide boat ramp, a kayak launching area, a ship’s store, fishing guide services, plenty of parking, water taxi services, and ferry services to outer islands through Island Girl Charters.

Prosperity Pointe Marina
1016 N. Tamiami Trail, North Fort Myers | 239-995-2155

Located on the Caloosahatchee River across the Edison Bridge from downtown, Prosperity Pointe offers short- and long-term slip rentals, secure floating docks, dry storage, live-aboard conveniences, and a ship’s store stocked with tackle and a large array of live and frozen bait.

More Marinas

Boca Grande Marina
220 Harbor Drive, Boca Grande | 941-964-2100

Marinatown Yacht Harbour
3446 Marinatown Lane, North Fort Myers | 239.997.2767

Moss Marina
450 Harbor Court, Fort Myers Beach | 239-765-6677

Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina
275 Estero Blvd., Fort Myers Beach | 877-583-2901

Port Sanibel Marina
14341 Port Comfort Road, Fort Myers | 239-437-1660

Salty Sam’s Marina
2500 Main St., Fort Myers Beach | 239-463-7333

Sanibel Marina
634 N. Yachtsman Drive, Sanibel | 239-215-2445

Snook Bight Marina
4765 Estero Blvd., Fort Myers Beach | 239-765-4371

Sweetwater Landing Marina
16991 State Road 31, Fort Myer | 239-694-3850

Tarpon Point Marina
5971 Silver King Blvd., Unit 107, Cape Coral | 239-549-4900

‘Tween Waters Island Resort & Spa
15951 Captiva Drive, Captiva Island | 239-472-5161;

Yacht Clubs

Captiva Island Yacht Club

15903 Captiva Drive, Captiva Island | 239-472-4133

The Captiva Island Yacht Club organizes several member trips and cruises, as well as many social events and activities. The waterfront clubhouse with a main dining room and bar has undergone several remodeling upgrades, including the docks. It is a member of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs.

St. Charles Yacht Club
15900 St. Charles Harbour Blvd., Fort Myers | 239-466-2007

St. Charles Yacht Club is a small, family-focused club with first-class clubhouse dining, men’s and women’s luncheons, and a full social calendar. Its large, deep-water marina in a sheltered cove has 65 slips that can accommodate yachts up to 78 feet.

Useppa Island Club
Useppa Island, located in Pine Island Sound between Intracoastal Waterway Markers 64 and 65 | 239-283-1061

Useppa Island is a 100-acre bridgeless private island club located within the waterways of Pine Island Sound. This premier destination is home to upscale residences, the Collier Inn, two restaurants, the Izaak Walton Bar, bocce, croquet, tennis, and paddle sports. The marina accommodates boats up to 110 feet in length.


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