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Plantation Yacht Harbor (Plantation Key)

Plantation Yacht Harbor (Plantation Key)

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Description

With easy access to the Atlantic Ocean and the Florida Bay, the sheltered harbor offers many amenities. Just offshore of the complex you can enjoy flyfishing.Area attractions provide a multitude of alternative entertainment such as, arts and crafts, boutiques with plenty of shopping and a very wide variety of restaurants to choose from.

Tel:  305-852-2381

Fax: 305 852 5817
Mail: Marinainfo@islamorada.fl.us

27/03/2010
Update
Renée
Plantation Yacht Harbor (Plantation Key)
27/03/2010
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Joëlle
Avec un accès facile à l'Ocean Atlantique et la baie de Floride, le port bien protégé offre de nombreuses infrastructures.
Juste à côté du complexe vous pouvez pratiquer la pêche à la mouche. Les attractions des environs offrent une multitude de spectacles alternatifs tels que, les arts et l'artisanat, des boutiques avec beaucoup de commerces et d'une très grande variété de restaurants à choisir.

Tel:  305-852-2381

Fax: 305 852 5817
Mail: Marinainfo@islamorada.fl.us

16/04/2012
Update
JB
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Long Key (ou Rattlesnake key) (Florida Keys)

14nm
237°
Long Key was called Cayo Vivora (Rattlesnake Key) by early Spanish explorers, a reference to the shape of the island, which resembles a snake with its jaws open, rather than to its denizens.
In the early 20th century, Long
Key was the site of a luxurious fishing resort that ...
5 Apr 10

Lower Matecumbe Key (Florida Keys)

10nm
233°
The island lies to the southwest of Upper Matecumbe Key, and to the northeast of Craig
Key.
All of the key is within the Village of Islamorada as of November 4, 1997, when it was incorporated.
This key is the site of a number of Indian mounds and middens, most of which were ...
22 Mar 10

Cowpens Southwestern anchorage (Plantation Key)

0.1nm
236°
Located on the southwestern reaches of charted
Cowpens Anchorage. west of Plantation Key Yacht Harbor. Cowpens
Anchorage comprises the southeasterly section of Cotton Key Basin and borders on Plantation Key.Minimum depth: 5-feet
Open to the NW and N winds.
27 Mar 10

Treasure Harbor marina (Plantation Key)

0.5nm
196°
Marina is located at the W end of Plantation Key, just before Islamorada village.
Plantation Yacht Harbor lies off the Florida Straits. Between
ICW markers 78 and 78A. It will bear approximately 150°.
Look for red and white lighthouse at the end of the breakwater.
Reservations ...
27 Mar 10

Tavernier Creek Marina (Plantation Key)

3.1nm
43°
Whether you are fishing, cruising, or diving, we are most conveniently located on Tavernier Creek, with easy access to the Atlantic Ocean and
Florida Bay.On the Bayside, Flashing Green # 71 On the Oceanside, Black & White flashing buoy.Tel: 305-852-5854
Fax:305-852-7425
Email: ...
27 Mar 10

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park (Key Largo)

15nm
48°
The first underwater park in the U.S., John Pennekamp Coral Reef State
Park encompasses approximately 70 nautical square miles.
It is the coral reefs and their associated marine life that bring most visitors to the park.
Many enjoy the view of the reef from a glass-bottom ...
31 Mar 10

Mangrove Marina (Key Largo)

3.8nm
44°
Mangrove Marina is located on Key Largo, at ICW marker #65 and between day markers #1 and #2.130 slips with 15 transients (<65 feet)
Reservations are preferred.
Tel - (305) 852-8380
Fax - (305) 852-9466
Email - mangrove@terranova.net
27 Mar 10

Crocker Reef (Plantation Key)

4.3nm
138°
Crocker
Reef (Buoy 12) is located about 4 miles southeast of Snake
Creek in Islamorada.  This reef is primarily an intermediate to deep spur
& groove system typical of the outer reef along most of the Florida Keys. Not far from the navigation buoy pictured above ...
16 Apr 12

Coral Bay Marina (Florida Keys)

4.5nm
232°
Coral Bay Marina lies off the Florida Straits. At buoy #R84 in the Florida Bay steer a course of 150°.
35 slips with 10 transients (< 60 feet)
Reservations are required
Depth: 5,5 to 6 feet
Phone: 305 664 3111
Fax:   305 664 4281
24 Mar 10

Blue Waters Marina (Key Largo)

4.7nm
45°
  Blue Waters Marina
is located in Tavernier just minutes off the Atlantic Ocean in the Florida
Keys. Blue Waters Marina is just
50 miles north of Marathon and 93 miles
north of Key West. The marina is located approx. 60 nautical miles south of the Government ...
16 Apr 12

Shell Key (Florida Keys)

5.7nm
244°
Shell Key is a large, all-natual body of land that is found S of the ICW's unlighted daybeacon #91. It also lies near the Northerly head various passages.
Shell Key is owned by the state of Florida and is fully protected. landings are not allowed.
16 Apr 12

Shell Key anchorage (Florida Keys)

5.8nm
246°
On the plus side the state maintains a series of five mooring buoys off the key's NW shoreline. There is also plenty of room to anchor.
Good depths of 6 feet or better are maintened to within 100 yards of the isle's NW banks.
This anchorage field affords good shelter to the ...
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Local Area

Plantation Key (Florida Keys)

Across Tavernier Creek at MM#90 and running down to Snake Creek at MM#87 is Plantation Key, just Southern of Key Largo, between Key largo and Windley Key.
Plantation Key is separated from Key Largo by Tavernier Creek at its Northeast end, and from Windley Key by Snake Creek at ...
27 Mar 10

The Keys ( Florida)

The Florida Keys are a chain-like cluster of about 1700 islands in the southeast United States. They begin at the southeastern tip of the Florida peninsula, about 15 miles (24 km) south of Miami, and extend in a gentle arc south-southwest and then westward to Key West, the ...
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West Florida

The coast, for nearly 115 miles, from Key West to San Carlos Bay is low, sandy, and generally wooded. Innumerable small islands and keys, interlaced by many small rivers and bayous, make up Everglades National Park and the Ten Thousand Islands. From San Carlos Bay N to Tampa Bay the ...
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Gulf of Mexico

The Gulf of Mexico is the ninth largest body of water in the world. The shape of its basin is roughly oval and approximately 810 nautical miles (1,500 km) wide and filled with sedimentary rocks and debris. Tidal ranges are extremely small due to the narrow connection with the ocean. Considered ...
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NW Atlantic Ocean

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