Boat Launches in Collier County
1500 Danford St., Naples, 34112
909 Collier Ct., Marco Island, 34145
Cocohatchee River Park
13531 Vanderbilt Dr., Naples, 34104
Collier Boulevard Boat Ramp
3620 Collier Blvd., Naples, 34113
Collier-Seminole State Park
20200 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, 34114
Delnor-Wiggins State Park
11135 Gulfshore Drive North, 34108
Golden Gate Boat Ramp
3300 Santa Barbara Blvd., Naples, 34116
Landings Park Boat Ramp
1101 9th Street South, Naples, 34102
Port of the Islands Marina
525 Newport Dr., Naples, 34114
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Marinas and Excurions in Collier County
2015 Davis Boulevard
Overview: Naples was meant to be seen by water. Explore the waterways and beaches at your own pace by renting a private boat here. Rentals are offered from two hours to a half-day or a full day. There are many waterfront restaurants that you can dock up to. The marina offers a variety of boats to fit your personal needs and to provide sun protection all the boats offer large biminis. A full-color chart of the waterways and training, if needed, is provided. Your safety is their top priority, so they have life jackets for all sizes, and all boats have the necessary safety equipment, as required by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Hamilton Harbor Yacht Club
7065 Hamilton Avenue
Overview: Tucked away in a protected harbor, in less than 10 minutes boaters can cruise south to Rookery Bay or west through Gordon Pass, into some of the finest waters for boating, sport fishing and nature-watching. It has earned a reputation as Naples’ premier yacht club, not only for its location but also its clubhouse, dining fare, concierge marina services and state-of-the-art boathouse. The first of its kind in the region, the boathouse can hold as many as 325 boats and was built to withstand hurricane force winds of up to 150 miles an hour. There are also 25 floating wet slips with dockside pump-out.
Naples Boat Club
891 10th Street South
Overview: Located in the historic district of Olde Naples, the Naples Boat Club offers a full-service, state-of-the-art marina, with a five-star level of personal attention. The club encompasses a 167 dry rack boat storage boathouse, 47 wet-slip marina, residential condominiums and commercial enterprises that include; The Wharf Tavern Restaurant, Molly's Marine Service, Ferretti Group Yacht Sales, Black Pearl Yacht Brokers and Naples Yacht Brokerage. Just a few blocks away is Fifth Avenue south with a fantastic selection of cafes, restaurants, shops, galleries, nightlife, an art museum and local theatre.
Naples City Dock
880 12th Avenue South
Overview: Ideally located by downtown Naples on the beautiful waters of Naples Bay. The city dock is a clean marina that has accommodation for lengths up to 110 feet, charter fishing, sailing and sightseeing vessels, 84 fixed-slips and 12 mooring balls. Facilities include: bait, ice, laundry, showers, pump-out station, ethanol-free gas and diesel with Bioguard. Water depth is up to 17 feet at the dock itself, and the channel itself is about 6 to 7 feet. Slips are usually available for transients, although reservations are recommended. Parking, restaurants and stores are at the entranceway and there is a trolley service.
Naples Marina and Excursions
12345 Tamiami Trail North
Overview: Southwest Florida’s largest kayak, fishing and scuba diving facility. World-class saltwater fishing charters and party-boat fishing trips are offered. They have daily dives to over 100 sites and if you are not scuba certified, their expert instructors will guide your through the certification process. Excursions by kayak or canoe can give you a closer look at nature. Sales, rentals, storage, demos, service, rental memberships and launch facilities are available. Naples Marina and Excursions is also a full-service paddler board dealer.
Naples Sailing & Yacht Club
896 River Point Drive
Overview: combining the best of two worlds, the NSYC is a true boater’s yacht club and also provides one Naples’ finest dining facilities. The club was launched in 1964 by an enthusiastic group of boaters led by Commodore Jack Messmer. The NSYC is a member of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs enabling members to enjoy the special privileges whether traveling by land or sea. More than 75 slips provide safe harbor for a variety of vessels, including cruising powerboats, sailing yachts and sport fishing boats. The facility is overseen by a dockmaster and there are seven slips for guest boaters.
Naples Yacht Club
700 14th Avenue South
Overview: Founded in 1947, two years before the town of Naples officially became a city, “to encourage the sport of yachting, to promote the science of seamanship and navigation, to promote the social welfare, entertainment and diversity of its members, and to provide and maintain a suitable clubhouse, anchorage and facilities for recreation and use of its members.” There is an 88-slip floating dock system, fuel dock, dockmaster’s office and a bayside pool area. The Naples Yacht Club is a Platinum Club of America and has the Distinguished Emerald Club of the World Status in 2014.
Park Shore Marina and Boat Rentals
4310 Gulf Shore Boulevard North
Overview: Provides one of the finest selections of high-quality cruising and fishing rental boats in the Naples area. The marina is conveniently located on the north side of the Village on Venetian Bay, directly behind the “M” Waterfront Grill. In addition to boat rentals, they also offer kayak rentals and a fuel dock providing both marine diesel and gasoline. For your convenience, their store has a great selection of tackle, frozen and live bait, beer, soda, ice and sundries. Custom charters are also available for offshore fishing trips and sightseeing tours.
Pelican Isle Yacht Club
410 Dockside Drive
Overview: Naples’ only private island club. The state-of-the art marina offers direct Gulf access and is designated as a clean marina. There are 190 marina slips for vessels up to 55 feet in length and drafts up to 4.5 feet offering the following; dry pipe for fire protection system; individual electric connections; easy access to parking; food service for take-out; fuel dock easily accessible; access to backwater fishing and waterways north to Ft. Myers; shower and laundry facilities; gated and patrolled security. Couple this with a world-class social and dining club and it is indeed a unique opportunity.
550 Port O’ Call Way
Overview: This marina offers the largest diversity of any other facility in the area. Just a short distance out from Naples they offer boat rentals, jet ski rentals, guided dolphin tours, sightseeing, dinner cruises, sunset cruises, offshore and deep sea fishing, backwater sport fishing, and dive charters. The marine service department repairs all types of inboard, outboard and I/O gas and diesel engines, electrical rewiring, personal watercraft and detailed fiberglass repair. There is also a bait and tackle store, yacht brokerage and ships store for your convenience.
Port of the Islands Marina
525 Newport Drive
Overview: A true boater’s paradise with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico, the Ten Thousand Island, incredible nature-filled backwaters of the Everglades and beyond. This full-service marina offers; boat slip rentals and leasing; upland dry storage rentals; boat launch ramp; live shrimp and pin fish; fishing charter services, boat and houseboat rentals, manatee and eco tours, Everglades kayak tours and so much more. It is one of the largest and best liveaboard marinas in the Florida. There is also a mix of single-family waterfront homes and condominiums near the marina.
880 12th Avenue South
Overview: A premier sailing charter company perfect for any occasion. They have three cruises daily and reservations are required. From a shelling or sightseeing tour to weddings or private charters, group, corporate or convention cruises, Captain Lenny Wassmer will provide a memory that you will cherish forever. You will be aboard the Sweet Liberty, a 53’ sailing catamaran built by Gold Coast Yachts in St. Croix, enjoying a quiet, smooth relaxing journey.