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No Name Harbor (Key Biscayne)

No Name Harbor (Key Biscayne)



Located on the waters of the tadpole-shaped harbor, which indents the westerly banks of south Key Biscayne, near
Cape Florida.

The minimum depth is 10 feet and the shelter is excellent.

There is an overnight anchorage fee of $15.00, and a day use fee of $2.00.
It will be necessary for you to use the honor system blue envelopes and the pay stations that are located along the shore where you will pay your fees.  Be honorable or be embarassed as you are ticketed in front of everyone in the resturant and all of the other boaters who were honorable and paid their fees.

Always remember to keep your receipt and carry it with you wherever you go if you plan to leave the Park and return within the time span for which you have paid or the Park Rangers will require you to pay again at the
Park entrance.  Also, you can count on this, boaters may be periodically visited by park rangers checking receipts.

No Name Harbor (Key Biscayne)
Situé sur les eaux du port en forme de têtard, qui occupe le côté W du sud de Key Biscayne, près du cap de la Floride.

La profondeur minimum est de 3 m et l'abri est excellent.

Il y a une taxe de mouillage de nuit de 15,00 $, et une taxe d'utilisation de jour de 2,00 $.
Il sera nécessaire pour vous d'utiliser le système de l' enveloppes de couleur bleue et les stations de rémunération qui sont situées le long du rivage où vous pourrez payer vos frais. Soyez honnête ou sinon vous pourriez être montré du doigt devant tout le monde dans le restaurant et devant tous les autres plaisanciers qui ont été honorables et payé leur cotisation.

N'oubliez pas de toujours conserver votre facture et de la transporter avec vous partout où vous allez, si vous avez l'intention de quitter le parc et de retourner dans le laps de temps pendant lequel vous avez payé sinon le Park Rangers vous demandera de payer à nouveau à l'entrée du parc. En outre, les plaisanciers peuvent être périodiquement visités par les gardes du parc contrôleurs des recettes.

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