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Caloosa Cove Marina (Lower Matecumbe Key)

Caloosa Cove Marina (Lower Matecumbe Key)

Characteristics

Description

Caloosa Cove Marina is located in Florida Keys, USA S. The facility combines slips and boat yard. L'installation combine glisse et chantier naval. It is popular with anglers, limited depths preclude large deep draught vessels.

Caloosa
Cove Marina lies on the SW tip of Lower Matecumbe Key off the Florida
Straits. Enter through channel 2.
Depth: 6 feet, 5 feet (slips)
31 slips with 27 Transients (<60 feet)
Reservations are required.
Phone: (305) 664-4455
Fax:   (305)
664-2089

16/04/2012
Update
JB
Caloosa Cove Marina (Lower Matecumbe Key)
22/03/2010
Update
Joëlle
This is the most unfriendly place on planet earth, full of red necks and white trash, the worst of the worst. If you are a sailor that respect yourself and the sailing community do not stop at this marina and give your dollars to this bunch of nasty human trash.

12/02/2014
Update
Caloosa Cove Marina est située dans les Keys de Floride, dans le sud des USA.  L'installation offre place de port et chantier naval. Elle est appréciée des pêcheurs, des profondeurs limitées empêchent les navires à fort tirant d'eau d'y accoster.

Caloosa Cove Marina se trouve sur la pointe SW de Basse-Matecumbe. On entre par le canal 2.

Profondeur: 1,8 m 1,5 m (slips)
31 pl. dont 27 visit. (<18 m)
Il faut réserver sa place.
Tel:  (305) 664-4455
Fax: (305)
664-2089

16/04/2012
Update
JB
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