In South Florida:

Coral Reef Yacht Club
Boats drawing 6’ or less
Space is LIMITED and boats will be accepted on a first-come first-serve FIRST-REGISTRATION PAID basis.
Ph. 305-858-1733
http://www.coralreefyachtclub.org

Miami Beach Marina
Ph. 305-673-6000
http://www.miamibeachmarina.com/

Miamarina at Bayside
Ph. 305-960-5180
http://www.miamiandbeaches.com/boating-and-water/miamarina-at-bayside/101546

Dinner Key Marina
Ph. 305-329-4755   
http://www.miamigov.com/marinas/pages/marinas/dinkeymarina.asp

Should you find difficulty getting dockage in Miami, and in Hurricane Irma’s wake you might, try basing out of Ft. Lauderdale, with Pier 66 Marina and hotel immediately inside of the inlet on the north side of the 17th Street Causeway Bridge. Provisions and other supplies are close at hand with this option, though the dock call on race day will be early.

Pier 66
Ph. 954-525-6666
https://www.pier66hotelmarina.com/


In Cuba:

Dockage will be arranged for you at Marina Hemingway.  You will get your dock assignment upon check in. 

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