The Fort Pierce City Marina is open and accepting transient boaters. Long term or semi annual dockage is also available. A quiet, clean, friendly gateway to the Bahamas, located in the heart of historic downtown river front of Fort Pierce offering a variety of restaurants, Tiki Bar, Post Office, banks and slips that can accommodate large vessels. The fuel dock at the marina is open. Pelicans Nest Gift shop has a wide variety of nautical gift items including Costa del Mar sunglasses, T-shirts, jewelry, and souvenirs. Every Saturday year round, a farmer's market located on the waterfront adjacent to the Marina features fresh produce, baked goods, arts and crafts and live entertainment. The nearby downtown area's library, restaurant and shops are within walking distance. There are numerous fishing tournaments throughout the year, a variety of festivals and a synchronized music and light show at Christmas and between Memorial Day and July fourth. Our new floating docks which is giving us another 135 slips is open.
We offer a summer discounted rate from July 6th thru October 6th. The monthly dockage will be $11.00 per foot per month, which is the same as our annual dockage.
as of 11/10/2017 *price incl. taxes
Marinalife member Fuel Discounts: $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.
*Marinalife is not responsible for the accuracy of these prices. The prices are updated directly by the marina not by Marinalife
Ft. Pierce itself is the real gem in this marina's crown, as virtually every need can be filled within a few blocks. Two restaurants are on site, with many more a stroll away. Be sure to check out P.P. Cobb's General Store for light provisions. A library and the Manatee Center (on lovely grounds with fountains) are very nearby. Consider a short trip to Heathcote Botanical Gardens to view native plants and orchid, herb and bonsai gardens. Literature lovers may want to visit the grave of Zora Neale Hurston, a Harlem Renaissance writer, whose career revived after Alice Walker re-discovered her work.
South of the south Bridge (65 foot fixed vertical clearance) with a newly marked entrance channel which is shaped as a Y which turns tot he south upon the shoreline. Do not follow your electronic nautical charts- follow the channel markers. As you are heading south, you will make a sharp starboard. Call the City Marina on VHF channel 16 for entrance channel information and docking instructions.