The Key West Bight Marina is one of the most sought after marina facilities in South Florida, the Florida Keys and in the City of Key West. With summer quickly approaching, the Bight Marina allows visitors and locals with the perfect island escape while immersing themselves in the most inviting of atmospheres. Our marina has thought of everything and comes fully equipped with all your 2019 summer needs. Stocked with dining, watersports rentals, snorkeling, and diving equipment, electric cars, local shops, live music or just your everyday essentials; guests at the Bight Marina can take solace in knowing all their needs will be catered to and cared for.
Located within the docks of the Historic Seaport and Bight Marina on 201 William Street, you’ll find the famous Sunset Watersports. For over twenty years, Sunset Watersports has been in business longer than any other water sports company in all of Key West. This “do-it-all” watersport company is guaranteed to ensure all your summer fun is taken care of. Their jetski, paddleboard, and kayak rentals are an amazing way to spend your days on the open Key West waters.
Visitors can take comfort in knowing that transportation around the island is now easier than ever. Located at 100 Grinnel Street, Conch Electric Cars, is a great way to get from one destination to the next. Visitors of the Bight Marina can tour the Historic Seaport the way they want to see it by choosing from a two, four or six-passenger car. There is no better way to conveniently navigate through the city in one of Conch Electrics eco-friendly electric cars!
Yours and Mayan on 205 Elizabeth Street have a wide variety of authentic, handcrafted, jewelry and other treasures for you to choose from. The craftsmanship and timeless beauty are bold in colorful designs that you will be sure to love. Designing their own clothing line and jewelry collections, Jack Anderson, owner of Local Color on 276 Margaret Street, is notorious for selling some of the most beautiful jewelry in all of Key West. Whether you are looking for unique shops consistent with local art, personalized gifts or tropical apparel; Key West Artworks on 201 William Street and Macs Sea Garden on 208 Margaret Street are two great stores to stop by on your day trip around the Historic Seaport.
With premier and one of a kind surf shops located within the Historic Seaport, all your summer essentials are right at your fingertips. Equipped with everything from beach towels to sunscreen, rashguards, designer frames and waterproof floating speakers; Hammerhead Surf Shop located on 201 William Street and Captain Quick Dry on 205 Elizabeth Street. Get full protection from head to toe with these two shops that specialize in resort and surfwear.
With Key West’s Bight Marina being one of the most sought after marinas, it comes as no surprise that the Bight Marina offers some of the best fishing spots in all of Key West. Located within the Key West Historic Seaport on 241 Margaret Street, Key West Bait and Tackle is your number one location for all your fishing supplies. Ranging from bait, hooks, reels and/ or boating flags; Key West Bait and Tackle is your one-stop shop in ensuring this summer’s fishing excursion is the best one yet!
If you are planning to visit Key West and need to make a reservation at the Key West Bight Marina, conveniently book your reservation with our easy online system at KeyWestBightMarina.com or by calling 305.809.3983. The Key West Bight Marina at the Key West Historic Seaport is truly your gateway to everything Key West!
Key West Bight Marina at the Historic Seaport:
Your Gateway to Everything Key West!