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CAPE ELEUTHERA MARINA

Drop Anchor at Eleuthera, The Bahamas

Long favored by cruisers, sailors, and fishermen, Cape Eleuthera Marina is a destination of choice for Family Island travelers. More than a place to dock your boat, our marina is a gateway to The Bahamas’ best-kept secrets.

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2022 Dock Rates

Stays of less than 30 nights

$2.50

foot / night

Dock

$0.35

gallon

Water

$0.75

KWH

Electricity

Stays of 30 nights or more

$1.75

foot / night

Dock

$0.35

gallon

Water

$0.75

KWH

Electricity

View of the island on a sunny day

A Full-Service Marina

  • Customs & Immigration on call
  • Up to 200’ LOA vessels
  • Controlling entry depth 12’
  • Marina depth 6’ to 40’ at MLW
  • Fuel dock with 9’ depth MLWS
  • 30, 50 or 100 amps and 3-phase
  • Shell filtered diesel and gas
  • Fish cleaning station
  • Complimentary WiFi

Please note that a valid cruising permit is required. The absence of one will result in a $300 fine.


Explore All the Shades of Blue 

View of a large white boat at the Marina port, surrounded by beautiful turquoise water

Cruising The Caribbean

Cruise the Family Islands of The Bahamas at your leisure. We are close to popup sandbars and Schooner Cays and only 25 NM to the Exumas. We offer daily charters for guests. Our guest services team can assist in scheduling your water adventure.

Far view of a big marina boat

World Class Fishing

Leave your week in the wake and get your vitamin sea at Cape Eleuthera. We have the best fishing at your fingertips – with huge populations of wahoo, mahi mahi, sailfish, marlin, grouper, snapper and spiny lobster. Set sail in the morning and enjoy your catch at night.

Two people diving

Diving with Ocean Fox

Spectacular excursions await with our longtime friends and trusted tour operators at Ocean Fox Dive Center. Set sail from the Cape Eleuthera Marina for guided shark dives, off shore fishing and snorkeling trips, giving you a front-row view of the island’s underwater oasis.

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