Located at the convergence of Lanceford and Soap Creeks, only minutes from the Intracoastal Waterway and the sport fishing paradise of the Atlantic Ocean, the protected marina of Oyster Bay Harbour has everything a boater needs and wants. Our state of the art floating docks have all the conveniences of water, power, communication and security. We also have a Harbormaster ready to help with all facets of the boating experience. For availability with regard to length, beam width, slip location and pricing, please call us at 800-261-4759.
Oyster Bay Harbour’s floating docks provide a total of 76 boat slips, available in lengths of 40’ to 65’ featuring both port and starboard full length fingers with a minimum of 6 feet of depth at low tide. They have been constructed with great attention to detail and comfort. Our deepwater marina will appeal to any yachtsman concerned with convenience and safety for their prized vessel as well as the quick access to major waterways, surrounding barrier islands and the Atlantic Ocean.
Our boat slips offer superb protection from wakes and currents. For boaters who want to set sail quickly, Oyster Bay Harbour offers a rare feature – the Intracoastal Waterway is only one nautical mile away, and the Atlantic Ocean is just three nautical miles further.
If you are a boat or yacht owner, you will feel at ease to learn that in recorded history no hurricane has ever hit Amelia Island directly. For those who would say Hurricane Dora did in 1964, we have this correction; Dora’s eye hit in the St. Augustine area, 50 miles to the south of us. For those who say that one sneaked in from the Gulf of Mexico, yes it did, but by the time it reached us here over land, it was only a tropical storm.