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Mallory Wharf (Key West Harbor)

Mallory Wharf (Key West Harbor)



Municipal Wharf, also known as Mallory Wharf, is 870 feet long and has a deck height of about 7 feet.
The northerly half is privately owned by a condominium development.
The southerly half is operated by the Key West Department of Transportation as a cruise ship terminal.
Two mooring dolphins off the wharf face provide a total of 464 feet of berthing space with reported depths of 26 feet alongside.
Smaller vessels can berth along the wharf face in the 200 feet between the dolphins. Depths of 18 to 23 feet are reported alongside.

Potable water is available with advance arrangements. 

Large vessels must depart the berth 45 minutes before sunset except in emergency, or by special arrangement with the Key West Department of

Le quai municipal, (Mallory Wharf) est long de 261 m et a une profondeur de 2m.
La moitié N est privée, appartenant à un ensemble de copropriétés.
La moitié S est exploitée par le ministère de Key West des transports et de l'administration des navires de croisière.
Deux pontons flottants partant du quai offrent un total de 140 m de places avec une profondeur de 9 m environ.
Les plus petits bateaux peuvent mouiller le long du quai de 60 m entre les pontons par une profondeur de 5 à 7 m.

Services: eau potable.

Les grands vaisseaux doivent quitter leur place 45 minute avant le coucher du soleil, sauf en cas d'urgence ou accord spécial avec le
Key West Department of Transportation.

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