The East Coast of Florida and the Keys.
Florida is known for its boating scene, which spans from Fernandina Beach to the Florida Keys and back up again to the Gulf Coast.
The East Coast of Florida and the Keys are among some of the most popular boating destinations in the country. History buffs will love St. Augustine, the kids will want to stop in Orlando and the partiers in your group can dance the night away in Miami. Looking for some Caribbean charm? Explore the tropical Florida Keys! Cruisers can begin the journey in Key Largo and end in Key West, being sure to stop at all the great towns in between. Snag-A-Slip is a free, online boat slip reservation site where you can explore awesome marinas in Florida and the Florida Keys and rent boat slips easily. If you are charting your course or you want to see our marinas on a map, click the interactive map button above!
A series of tropical islands stretching about 120 miles off of Florida's southernmost tip between the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
The Florida Keys are a series of tropical islands stretching about 120 miles off of Florida's southernmost tip between the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. Boaters looking for a Caribbean vibe will love the laid back lifestyle of the Florida Keys, which spans from Key Largo to Key West with many awesome stops in between. Be sure to visit the charming towns of Islamorada and Tavernier for some great fishing and fun tiki bars, then head to Key West to satisfy your nightlife bug.
Florida's East Coast is known for several major tourist destinations including St. Augustine, Ft. Lauderdale, Palm Beach and Miami.
Since the Atlantic ICW continues through the East Coast of Florida, the region also serves as a connecting thruway for snowbirds heading to the Florida Keys for the winter. Learn the rich history of St. Augustine, shop the posh streets of Palm Beach and dance the night away in sexy Miami - no matter what your style, Florida's East Coast accommodates it all.