Marina del Palma: A Boater’s Paradise
Let us take a big, deep breath and use our imagination today
Picture this… you wake up in a beautiful, subtropical, palm tree covered paradise where a saltwater breeze flows through the air and the sunshine is abundant nearly every day of the year. Imagine you can hear the sounds of an osprey calling through the air above, searching for a great catch in the adjacent Intracoastal Waterway.
Next, imagine this: Instead of daydreaming your day away, you can get right in on the osprey’s action. You just reach for your phone, call over to your boat concierge attendant and follow that big white bird right out onto the water.
As a resident of Marina del Palma, we take the hassle out of boating and give you maximum time out on the water. Your boat is always waiting for you in our state-of-the-art boat storage facility located at our marina. Whenever you are ready, you make a quick call and your boat will clean, fueled up, coolers with packed ice, and waiting in the water.
From there, your opportunities on the sparkling Central Florida waters are endless. After launch, you’re likely to catch sight of dolphins, manatees, and dozens of varieties of Florida birds. The water is sparkling and calm on this beautiful portion of the waterway, offering spectacular views and incredible fishing.
After an approximate 20-minute boat ride north to the Matanzas Inlet, you can be riding the waves of the Atlantic and casting off to catch the night’s dinner. If a more relaxing day is in order, you can spend it floating on the calm waters of the Intracoastal instead. On your way to the Inlet, where you will pass the historic Fort Matanzas National Monument, you will find sandbars, dolphins and crystal white beaches. If the tide is low, you can wade in the water and explore the white sand.
If you are in the mood for a more exciting day, you can ride past the Inlet and head further North to St. Augustine where there are plenty of dockside restaurants and bars to choose from, as well as a marina located in the heart of the historic district of town, which is filled with dining, arts, shopping and culture.
Throughout your day, you will pass plenty of other boaters. However, there is an obvious distinction between those boaters and you. At the end of the day, they will have to empty, wash and store their boats. You, however, will pull your vessel into Marina del Palma, toss the line to your friendly dock attendant and head right on home.
At Marina del Palma, every boater will experience ‘A Revolution in Intracoastal Living’ – you’ll just have to come see it for yourself.