Safe Harbour Marina is a deepwater (14 ft. min.) recreational marina located on the Atlantic side of Stock Island. Originally constructed in the late 1950s and located in the heart of the last vestiges of the commercial fishing and shrimping docks, Safe Harbour Marina is a throwback to the old Key West.
Safe Harbour Marina is really a very eclectic collection of locals, transplants, snowbirds, artists, and craftsmen. This unique encampment is located next to the shrimp docks of Stock Island. If you are traveling the area by boat and want to stop in for a stay call Dockmaster Walt Crumbley (305-294-9797) for slip availability or other local info.
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One of the Florida Keys' best kept secrets, Artist-musician Tobias McGregor (292-8364) paints watercolors on site and is one of several residents of the creative housing within the corrugated steel buildings that line the docks. Enjoy Michael Martin's Copper Waves sculptures that decorate the wharf. The Hogfish Grill, also on premises, features billiard tables and serves up inexpensive fried fish dishes. Safe Harbor residents gather here to share fish tales and other stories. The surrounding neighborhood is industrial with an area of mobile homes. Ask before venturing out at night.