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The Marina

The Key Biscayne Yacht Club Board of Governors, Members, and staff welcome you aboard! 

Club privileges are extended to Members of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs and reciprocal associations only. Noting the following protocol will ensure that your stay with us is a seamless and memorable one.

Thank you,
Brandon Collura, Facilities & Marina Director
Wayne Cook, Marina Manager
Julie Owen, Dock Attendant   

Marina Q&A

Q. How do I get a fuel card?
A. Your Membership card is your fuel card and must be presented at the time of fueling. This procedure applies to your Dependents too, who must present their Membership cards at the time of fueling. You can obtain your Membership card in the Clubhouse Office.

Q. Can I come to the Marina in a Non-Member’s boat?
A. Yes. Please call ahead to let us know you are coming, and we will direct you to the best available slip for the timeframe requested.  If the boat stays overnight, a charge will be billed to your Member account.

Q. Where can I dock? How long can I stay?

  • Boats and jet skis up to 25’ – the O-Rings are available first-come-first-served
    • The maximum stay is 10-days per month.
  • Boats under 30’ – the Courtesy Docks are popular for lunch and overnight stays. The Courtesy Docks are located directly to the north and south of the boat ramp and are available first-come-first-served.
    • The maximum stay is 48-hours. A 10-day stay may be arranged with permission from the Marina staff.
  • Boats greater than 30’ – please call the Marina for an available slip regardless of the duration of your stay, whether for lunch or overnight.
    • The maximum stay is 10-days per month.

Q. Where can I dock after hours?
A. If you have not been assigned a slip by the Marina Staff, you may dock at the Courtesy Docks or the O-Rings after hours. The Courtesy Docks are located directly to the north and south of the boat ramp.

Q. Can I be picked up by a charter or a Non-Member’s boat?
A. Yes. Please call ahead to let us know they are coming.  Upon arrival, we will direct them to the best slip for the timeframe requested. Please note that there is a 15-minute maximum stay, due to the Operating Permit Requirement; “Absolutely No Docking by Order of DERM”

Q. How do I get a permanent wet slip/dry space?
A. Only Regular Members are eligible for permanent slip/space assignments. Associate Members are eligible for Long Term Temporary Dockage.

Q. How do I get Long Term Temporary Dockage?
A. Regular and Associate Members are eligible to be waitlisted for Long Term Temporary Dockage. This is the waitlist procedure:

  • Download a Waitlist Application Form.
  • Complete and return to via email
  • The waitlist is cleared annually at the Change of Watch, at the end of March. At this time everyone on the waitlist is contacted via email. A Long Term Temporary Dockage form will be attached to this email. The attached form must then be completed and returned to
  • The returned forms are then placed on the Call List, in order of your position on the waitlist at that time.
  • When dockage longer than 30-days becomes available, the Call List is used to fill the available slips.

Q. Why do I need a decal for my boat?
A. Decals are an important security measure and required for Member boat identification. Your Member information is attached to your decal number for emergency contact. If your boat is sinking, damaged, or needs to be moved, for example.

Q. How do I get a decal for my boat?
A. Email your request for a decal to Upon receipt, we will send you the license agreement and requirements. Your information is then forwarded to the Dock Committee for approval. Upon approval, a decal will be made available to you.

  • Reservations are needed. You may reserve by email at [email protected] or by telephone at 786-867-8228. 
  • Guest berthing may be occasionally restricted due to holidays, Club events, regattas, and pre-scheduled cruise-ins. We recommend that you inquire about such when reserving space which is determined on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Visiting yachts must fly the burgee of their primary yacht club upon entering our Marina. You must obtain permission from our Dock Master before entering a slip or tying-up anywhere in the Marina. Please refer to our Club Dock Rules for further information. Our current transient rates are as follows: $4.00 per foot per day, and electric is $12.24 per day. 
  • Visiting yachtsmen must register with our Dock Master. A Membership card and letter of introduction from your primary yacht club must be presented at the time of registration. You will also be required to register your boat at this time. You are welcome to view the Guest Vessel Registration Form ahead of time, however this triplicate form must be completed on-site. The Dock Master’s Office is open Monday-Sunday 0700-1700. Showers and ice is available 24/7. Fuel is available 0700-1700 daily.
  • One hundred slips from twenty to sixty feet with water, ice, and sewage pump-out amenities 
  • Dry slips for smaller craft
  • Two launch ramps
  • Hoist for boats up to 6,000 lbs.
  • Courtesy docks located by the seawall are available for stays under two hours.
  • O-rings for short-term berths
  • Fuel dock dispensing Rec 90 and Diesel

Visiting yachtsmen are invited to enjoy our Clubhouse. Our Clubhouse opens at 0900 Tuesday-Saturday and 1200 on Sunday. Please visit our Guest Info page for dress code and more information. Alcoholic beverages may not be brought to the Marina from the Clubhouse and vice versa. 

Our marina team will be happy to assist you with sourcing any marine supplies that you might need. 

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Clean Marina Designation

Clean Marina Pledge

As the representative of, Key Biscayne Yacht Club, I pledge that the facility will strive to implement the Clean Marina Program’s Best Management Practices as standards of operations at the facility. This commitment also includes making all reasonable efforts to complete the Clean Marina, Clean Boatyard, and/or Clean Retailer Action Plan in the combined manual provided by the Florida Clean Marina Program, leading to designation as a clean facility. I commit to do my part to keep Florida’s waterways free of harmful chemicals, excess nutrients, and debris by maintaining an environmentally responsible business. 

Through the following Best Management Practices, I will identify opportunities and implement practices to control pollution associated with: 

  • Vessel Maintenance and Repair
  • Petroleum Storage and Transfer
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Solid, Liquid, and Hazardous Waste 
  • Facility Operations 
Brandon Collura
Facilities & Marina Director

The Clean Marina Program is a voluntary designation program that encourages marina facilities to incorporate the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's environmental Best Management Practices, which exceed regulatory requirements. Aligning with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s strategic goals, the Clean Marina Program aims to create partnerships with local communities and businesses to protect natural resources and promote economic growth. Florida environmental outreach, and education are crucial to preserving the state's natural resources.