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Treasure Harbor marina (Plantation Key)

Treasure Harbor marina (Plantation Key)

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Description

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 are required.
Tel: 305-852-2458
Fax: 305-852-5743
Mail: info@treasureharbor.com

Entrance depth: 5 feet, slips: 5 feet
88 slips with 12 transients (<70 feet)

27/03/2010
Update
Alain
Treasure Harbor marina (Plantation Key)
27/03/2010
Update
Joëlle
La marina est située à l'extrémité W de Plantation Key, juste derrière le village d'Islamorada.
Le port de plaisance se trouve au large du détroit de Floride, entre les marqueurs ICW 78 et 78A, à approximativement 150°. Le phare rouge et blanc à l'entrée du port est remarquable.

Il faut réserver.
Tel: 305-852-2458
Fax: 305-852-5743
Mail: info@treasureharbor.com

Profondeur à l'entrée: 1,5 m, au mouillage: 1,5 m
88 pl. dont 12 visit. (<21 m)

27/03/2010
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Alain
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