Marinas and Gas Stations Florida

Marina of Cape Coral with boats in the afternoon

Marinas and gas stations are important for boaters in Florida – for instance, when you are running low on fuel. Or maybe you just forgot your sunglasses at home, cannot find the life vests, or you are getting a little hungry on your boat trip.

Luckily, the marinas and gas stations around Cape Coral and Fort Myers can help you with these and many other issues.

Marinas and Gas Stations in Fort Myers Beach

Out of all the destinations around Cape Coral, Fort Myers Beach features the most marinas and gas stations:

Moss Marina

Moss Marina is situated on the north coast of Fort Myers Beach, near Matanzas Pass Bridge. Even big boats of up to 180 feet can moor here – whether for an hour or multiple months in dry storage. In addition, you can fill up on gas and have your vessel repaired, buy bait for your fishing trip and purchase boat equipment. Numerous restaurants are just a short walk away.

Moss Marina harbour in Fort Myers Beach from above

Contact:

Address: 450 Harbor Ct, Fort Myers Beach
Phone Number: +1 239-765-6677
Opening Hours: 7.30 am to 6 pm.

Salty Sam´s Marina

This marina on the south coast of San Carlos Island is suited for boats of up to 100 feet. In addition to 100 boat slips, Salty Sam’s Marina also features dry docks, pumps, a gas station and two top-rated restaurants. Amenities also include boat repairs, a boat equipment store, showers and WiFi.

Salty Sams Marina Port in Fort Myers Beach

Contact:

Address: 2500 Main St, Fort Myers Beach
Phone Number: +1 239-463-7333
Opening Hours: 8 am – 5.30 pm

Snook Bight Marina

Located on the central northern coast of Estero Island, Snook Bight Marina offers close proximity to the beach. Like you would expect from a modern marina, you can buy fuel and boating equipment here, have your boat pumped out and do your laundry. Or you could have a seat at the Bayfront Bistro and enjoy beautiful ocean views. At the Publix Supermarket, you can buy food before continuing your trip. In addition to 53 slips for boats of up to 50 feet, the marina also features 200 dry storage racks.

Snook Bight Marina harbour in Fort Myers Beach from above

Contact:

Address: 4765 Estero Blvd, Fort Myers Beach
Phone Number: +1 239-765-4371
Opening Hours: 8 am – 5 pm

Pink Shell Marina

Pink Shell Marina in western Fort Myers Beach is perfect if you want to moor in walking distance to the idyllic Bowditch Point Park. 41 boats of up to 100 feet can dock here. And the best thing is: Customers are allowed to use the pools, spa area and private beach of the Pink Shell Resort. The marina is equipped with gas stations, pumps, electricity and water as well as a store for boating equipment.

Pink Shell Marina harbour in Fort Myers Beach from above

Contact:

Address: 275 Estero Blvd, Fort Myers Beach
Phone Number: +1 855-238-0185
Opening Hours: 8 am – 5 pm

Gulf Star Marina

Gulf Star Marina is located on San Carlos Island, right next to Matanzas Pass Bridge. With just 20 boat slips, it might be one of the smaller harbors in Florida. However, Gulf Star is proud to be the first “Smart Marina” in the world. Thanks to new technology made in Germany boats are automatically and quickly transported from dry storage to the water – perfect for boaters who want to store their vessel for long periods of time. Among the amenities are a gas station and a store for boating equipment. Hungry skippers can get their fill at Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille next door.

Gulf Star Marina harbour in Fort Myers Beach from above

Contact:

Address: 708 Fishermans Wharf, Fort Myers Beach
Phone Number: +1 239-463-9552
Opening Hours: 8 am – 5 pm

Recommended Accommodation: Outrigger Beach Resort Fort Myers

This 3-star-resort on Estero Blvd features a private beach, spacious, beautiful rooms and a casual atmosphere. Nature fans will love the tropical garden, and in the evening, there is nothing better than celebrating the sunset with a cocktail at the tiki bar. In addition to 2 restaurants, the Outrigger Beach Resort has an outdoor pool and kitchen units in the rooms.

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Marinas and Gas Stations on Pine Island

Pine Island is a quiet, unspoilt paradise. Nonetheless, this big island west of Cape Coral has no shortage of marinas and gas stations:

Pineland Marina

Pineland Marina is the biggest yacht harbor on Pine Island. It features a gas station and a shop where you can buy bait, snacks and drinks, as well as clothes and boat maps. Your perfect stop for repairs is Bob & Annie’s Boatyard. And while you are here – how about a trip to the Randall Research Center? Located just a 3 minute walk away, this museum will tell you everything about the Calusa Indians, Pine Island’s native inhabitants.

Pineland Marina Port on Pine Island

Contact:

Address: 13921 Waterfront Dr, Bokeelia
Phone Number: +1 239-283-3593
Opening Hours: 6 am – 6 pm

Monroe Canal Marina

No matter if you just want to grab something to eat or stay overnight – Monroe Canal Marina in the south of Pine Island is perfect for a stopover. In addition to a gas station, this marina features a store for clothing and fishing baits, an ATM and a small art gallery. You can also have your boat repaired and dine at the adjacent Low Key Tiki Restaurant.

Monroe Canal Marina harbour on Pine Island from above

Contact:

Address: 3105 Stringfellow Rd, St James City
Phone Number: +1 239-282-8600
Opening Hours: 7 am – 5 pm

Bocilla Marina Useppa Shore

Located at the northern end of Pine Island is the Bocilla Marina Useppa Shore with slips for boats of up to 110 feet. Here, snacks, fuel, boat equipment and baits are available. If you love colorful garments, you should stop by at Joseffa´s Store right next door. Staying overnight at the marina is no problem thanks to toilets, showers and barbecue areas.

Bocilla Marina Useppa Shore harbour on Pine Island from above

Contact:

Address: 8115 Main St, Bokeelia
Phone Number: +1 239-283-5005
Opening Hours: 8 am – 5 pm

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Marinas and Gas Stations on Captiva Island

On scenic Captiva Island, the following marinas and gas stations are available for boaters:

McCarthy´s Marina

Owners of boats with a length of 24 feet or less can moor at McCarthy´s Marina on Captiva´s central east coast. If you want, you can also store your vessel overnight for 35 USD. There is a gift shop selling clothes and bags, and only a 2 minute walk away you will find two of Captiva´s most popular restaurants: The festively decorated Bubble Room and the Keylime Bistro. Not only boaters like to visit McCarthy´s Marina. If you are lucky, you might see Florida’s manatees swimming in the water around the slips.

McCarthy's Marina harbour on Captiva Island from above

Contact:

Address: 11401 Andy Rosse Lane, Captiva
Phone Number: +1 239-472-5200
Opening Hours: 8 am – 5 pm

Marinas and Gas Stations in Fort Myers

Do you want to have a stopover before heading to open waters? Then, the marinas and gas stations in Fort Myers are perfect for you.

Port Sanibel Marina

The highly modern Port Sanibel Marina features 95 slips for boats of up to 65 feet, in addition to 135 dry storage racks. Guards and video cameras ensure the safety of your boat. You can buy fishing and boating equipment, and on the adjacent hiking path, Florida’s mangrove forests await you. Right next to the marina, the Lighthouse Restaurant & Bar serves delicious steaks, seafood and fish specialties.

Port Sanibel Marina Port in Fort Myers from above

Contact:

Address: 14341 Port Comfort Rd, Fort Myers
Phone Number: +1 239-437-1660
Opening Hours: 7.30 am – 6 pm

Marinas and Gas Stations on Sanibel Island

The marinas and gas stations on Sanibel Island are perfect if you want to explore South Florida’s popular vacation island.

Sanibel Marina

A whole 65 boat slips are available at the Sanibel Marina, located on the northeastern tip of the island. Here, boats measuring 70 feet or less are able to dock. The Gramma Dot´s restaurant provides the right incentive for a shore leave, serving fast food like fries and burgers, as well as seafood and healthy salads.

At the marina, you can buy sacks, sunglasses, hats and souvenirs. Boating equipment is available, and there is a gas station. Are you entertaining the idea of buying your own boat? Then you should definitely check out the beauties presented at the marina by Ireland Yacht Sales.

Sanibel Marina harbour on Sanibel Island from above

Contact:

Address: 634 N Yachtsman Dr, Sanibel
Phone Number: +1 239-215-2445
Opening Hours: 7 am – 5 pm

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Marinas and Gas Stations Florida FAQ – Frequently asked Questions

Which marinas in Florida are suited for large boats?

Even owners of large boats have no problem mooring in the marinas around Cape Coral. There is room for vessels of up to 100 feet at Salty Sam’s Marina on San Carlos Island and the Pink Shell Marina in Fort Myers Beach. The Bocilla Marina Useppa Shore on Pine Island is perfect for boats measuring up to 110 feet, while there are even slips for 180 feet long boats at Moss Marina on the north coast of Fort Myers Beach. If you are looking for a marina for boats of up to 110 feet, look no further than the South Seas Island Resort on Captiva Island.

What is the biggest marina in Florida?

Judging by the number of mooring slips, Salty Sam’s Marina in Fort Myers Beach and Fort Myers’ Port Sanibel Marina are the biggest marinas in the Cape Coral area. Of course, there are even bigger harbors in Florida: Take, for example, the Burnt Store Marina in Punta Gorda with a whopping 525 boat slips.

Which marina is perfect for a trip to the beach?

If you want to moor in close proximity to the nearest beach, we can recommend the Snook Bight Marina in Fort Myers Beach. Here, only 330 yards separate you from the beach on the southern coast. Another hotspot for beach lovers is the Pink Shell Marina in the north. If you park your vessel here, you can access the private beach of the Pink Shell Resort. Alternatively, take a 10 minute walk to the quiet beach at Bowditch Point Park.

Which marinas offer boat repairs?

You can have your boat repaired in many of Florida’s marinas, for example at:

  • Moss Marina (Fort Myers Beach)
  • Salty Sam’s Marina (San Carlos Island)
  • Pineland Marina (Pine Island)
  • Monroe Canal Marina (Pine Island)

In addition, most marinas feature stores for boating equipment.

Which marinas feature a gas station?

If you are running low on fuel, you can rest assured. Not only the marinas of Cape Coral, Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach have their own gas stations. On Captiva, Sanibel and Pine Island, you will also find at least one marina where you can refuel your vessel.

Which hotels near Cape Coral have their own marina?

If you want to park your boat over night and enjoy a pleasant stay, you should check out these hotels with marina on Captiva Island:

South Seas Island Resort: biggest hotel on Captiva in the heart of the island; marina for boats of up to 120 feet; gas station, boating equipment, showers and toilets

Jensen’s Twin Palm Resort & Marina: beach resort on the central  east coast, featuring a marina with gas station, bait and gift shop

Tween Waters Marina: marina right next to the 3-star-hotel ‘Tween Waters Island Resort & Spa near Roosevelt Channel; 41 slips for boats of up to 100 feet; gas station and free WiFi.

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