Marinas and Yacht Clubs Collier County

Slip into paradise with this select list of marinas and clubs


Calusa Island Marina
385 Angler Drive, Goodland | 239-394-3668

Calusa Island Marina has 84 long-term, liveaboard, and short-term wet slips in a protected basin in the gateway to the Ten Thousand Islands. It also has on-site yacht sales, boat maintenance services, a ship’s store, and boat rentals. The marina is a Safe Harbor Marina, the largest network of marinas; membership provides discounts on fuel and boat rentals at Safe Harbor properties.

Esplanade Marina
760 N. Collier Blvd., Marco Island | 239-394-6333

Located at The Esplanade Shoppes, the 77-slip marina is surrounded by shopping, dining, and residences on Smokehouse Bay. It has 11 transient slips with floating docks that can accommodate vessels up to 66 feet long. Facilities include laundry, showers, restrooms, Wi-Fi, and pump-out services.

Marco Island Marina
1402 N. Collier Blvd., Marco Island | 239-642-2531

Marco Island Marina has 121 slips that can be leased for long-term, seasonal, and short-term stays. The slips are privately owned; owners become members of the Marco Island Marina Association. Amenities include showers, restrooms, laundry, pump-out services, a dog run, an exercise room, a pool, and barbecue grills.

The Marina at Factory Bay
1081 Bald Eagle Drive, Marco Island | 239-389-2929

In the early 1900s, this Marco Island riverfront location was the site of the Doxsee Clam Factory. It features a 72-slip marina, many privately owned though some are available for sublease. There are three slips for transient dockage. Facilities include a lounge, Wi-Fi, laundry, showers, and pump-out. Restaurants and shopping are within walking distance.

 Naples Bay Resort & Marina
1500 Fifth Ave. S., Naples | 866-605-1199

Naples Bay Resort in downtown Naples is a waterfront hotel with guest rooms and vacation rentals. It features five pools, a spa, four restaurants, and powerboat and paddlecraft rentals. Its 97-slip marina offers direct access to the Gulf of Mexico with overnight, seasonal, and annual marina slip rental.

Rose Marina
951 Bald Eagle Drive, Marco Island | 239-394-2502

Opened in 1969 on the Marco River, Rose Marina is a popular boating destination with 600 feet of dock space, 109 slips, full-service boatyard and mechanical services, fuel, boat storage for 144 vessels, a 6,000-square-foot retail store, and an over-the-water bar Rose Marina is also a popular place for boat rentals, fishing charters, sightseeing, and dinner cruises.

Southpointe at Windstar Marina
1777 Gulfstar Drive S., Naples | 239-774-0518

Located within Windstar on the eastern shore of Naples Bay with Haldeman Creek frontage, Southpointe has 72 slips and can accommodate yachts up to 70 feet long. Boat slips are available for sale or lease and include access to the pool and common area. The Southpointe Yacht Club has a clubhouse with a large swimming pool where social mixers and events are held for members.

Tarpon Club Marina
240 Capri Blvd., Isles of Capri | 239-394-5643

Centrally located between Marco Island and Naples with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico, Tarpon Club has dry storage for 140 boats (36-foot maximum), wet slips, pre- and post-launch services, fuel, and bait.

Walker’s Coon Key Marina

604 East Palm Ave., Goodland | 239-394-9333;

Walker’s Hideaway Marina of Marco Island

705 East Elkcam Circle, Marco Island | 239-394-9333

Walker’s Hideaway Marina of Naples

475 North Road, Naples | 239-213-1441

Yacht Clubs

Hamilton Harbor Yacht Club
7065 Hamilton Ave., Naples | 239-775-0506

Tucked away in a protected harbor near Rookery Bay, Hamilton Harbor Yacht Club has an Old Florida clubhouse, fine dining in a casual atmosphere, concierge marina services, and a state-of-the-art boathouse that can store 325 boats. The club also offers 25 floating wet slips with dockside pump-out.

Marco Island Yacht Club

1400 N. Collier Blvd., Marco Island | 239-394–0199

Marco Island Yacht Club is a member-owned, private club founded in 2001. It greets those arriving to Marco Island as they cross the S.S. Jolley Bridge. Named one of the top 20 yacht clubs in America, it provides dining, social events, and regattas. The Old Florida–style, two-story clubhouse offers panoramic views of the Marco River. It is a member of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs and Yacht Clubs of America.


Naples Boat Club

909 Tenth St. S., Naples | 239-430-4994

Naples Boat Club has a clubhouse and swimming pool for members, and a full-service, state-of-the-art marina with a 167 dry-rack boat storage boathouse, 47 wet slips, residential condominiums, and commercial enterprises that include the Wharf Tavern Restaurant, Molly’s Marine Service, and yacht sales and brokerage companies.


Naples Sailing & Yacht Club
896 River Point Drive, Naples, FL 34102 | 239-774-0424;

Established in 1964, the Naples Sailing & Yacht Club’s 32,000-square-foot clubhouse with fine and casual dining and a lounge—renovated in 2008—boasts views of Naples Bay. Members enjoy card rooms, a private meeting room, locker rooms, and a waterfront swimming pool.  The club has 75 concrete floating docks. Regular and social memberships are available.


Naples Yacht Club
700 Fourteenth Ave. S., Naples | 239-262-6648;

Founded in 1947 and located on Naples Bay, Naples Yacht Club is the city’s first and oldest private club. Ranked among the six best yacht clubs in the nation and first in Florida by Platinum Clubs of America, it is a founding member of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs. It offers fine and casual dining, an active social calendar for boaters and non-boaters, cruises, themed and holiday events, bocce, recreational clubs, and 85 boat slips.


Pelican Isle Yacht Club
410 Dockside Drive, Naples | 239-566-1606

Pelican Isle Yacht Club is Naples’ only private island club, nestled at Wiggins Pass where the Cocohatchee River flows into the Gulf of Mexico. The club features a resort-style pool and spa, fine and casual dining, a fitness center, tennis, bocce courts, paddlecraft, pickleball, and a ship’s store. Social events include group yachting excursions, local golf privileges, and themed parties. Named one of the top 50 yacht clubs in the world, it is a member of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs and Yachting Club of America.

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