Welcome To Mangrove Marina

Mangrove Marina is a twenty acre waterfront resort just one hour drive (60 miles) from Miami. Located at 200 Florida Avenue Tavernier, Florida. It is a well-positioned facility situated at Mile Marker 91.7 on the gulf side. The marina is the largest full service marina in the upper keys and consists of wet slips, dry rack slips, boat ramp, boat launch, fueling facilities, ships store, parts and service bays, laundry, bath house, and working yard. Our property has many amenities for our live aboard boaters and marina quests including: on the water lodging, new swimming pool, newly renovated bath house with laundry, quiet tiki hut areas with BBQ’s, and casual dining and entertainment.

This property is attractive for live-aboard boaters. Off the busy highway and Intracoastal, the marina is quiet and enjoys sunset views. This area is also considered a natural “hurricane hole” because it is sheltered from hurricanes by the hearty mangrove trees surrounding the marina. Truly a hidden paradise in the upper Keys.

A Few Of Our Reviews!

Donnette D. - Hollywood, FL 9/27/2016
My Husband and I visited Mangrove Marina in Tavernier, FL down in the Keys on September 23rd through 25th 2016. We had a wonderful experience! My Husband was celebrating his Birthday on the 24th of September. So we arrived on Friday night and we were amazed at the way everything was so organized for us being first time visitors at Mangrove Marina. Our House Boat that we rented was so beautiful and flawless! The area was so peaceful and the location of our House Boat on the water impressive! Thanks to Mariella for making it a great experience! We will definitely return in the future for another visit.

Mangrove Marina in Florida Keys Becoming Destination Resort

Article for "ALL AT SEA". Story and photos by Jill Zima Borski

Owners of the Mangrove Marina in Tavernier, Florida Keys, originally thought they would fix it up and sell it, but they saw its potential and decided to keep it as a long-term asset. Robert Charney said he and partners acquired the marina at mile marker 92 bayside in March 2009 from a bank that owned it after Cay Clubs, which had bought several properties in the Keys around 2008, went bankrupt.

“Mangrove Marina was a working marina,” Charney said. “It catered to residents who were looking for an inexpensive place to keep their boats. They were OK with the state of disrepair of the property. Then, four years ago, we started to address the maintenance needs and fix the buildings and grounds. In the process, we started to attract a clientele that appreciated the better conditions.

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