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Dauphin Island Marina

Dauphin Island, Alabama - AL, United States

Southern Hospitality at Dauphin Island Marina

Dauphin Island Marina is located on Dauphin Island on Alabama's Gulf Coast. Home of the Duke where you can take an inshore fishing trip or tour out to the historic Sand Island Lighthouse, pull a shrimp net, watch for dolphins, or watch the beautiful world famous sunset by water. They offer chartered deep sea and inshore fishing trips, full-service dockside fueling and oil, shore power, overnight slip rentals and bait. For all of you anglers, this is a fantastic spot for catching Red Snapper!

During your stay, you must grab a bite to eat at the onsite Captain Snapper's Seafood Restaurant. The owner is a local native, so the restaurant has no shortage in supply of the freshest seafood from around the Gulf area.

In addition to being a great place for leisure and fun, Dauphin Island Marina has great amenities necessary for effortless boating. They have a full-service fuel dock with ValvTect Premium Marine Gasoline and Diesel. There is also a pump-out station as well as towing available to you for your convenience.

Please Note: This marina cannot take sailboats or vessels that draw more than 4 feet of water. The west entrance on the Southend of Dauphin Island bridge clearance is 26' during normal tide. The east entrance from Mobile Bay has been repaired and reopened for vessels that draw less the 4 feet of water.

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Amenities

  • Bath
  • Bars/Clubs Nearby
  • Diesel
  • Fuel
  • Gas
  • Parking
  • Pump-Out
  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Restaurant Nearby
  • Towing
  • ValvTect®
  • WiFi
  • Disability Access
  • Showers
  • Ship Store

Location

30.264375 / -88.114831

Dauphin Island Marina

Dauphin Island, Alabama - AL, United States

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$1.69/ft

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Cancellation Policy: This marina has a 24 hour cancellation policy. Please contact Snag-A-Slip or the marina at least 24 hours prior to your stay to receive a full refund.

Waterway Guide Review

Vicki & Dennis on May 30th, 2020:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
M/Y Rubicon Power 44 ft 3.5 ft

I spent time as crew member/visitor of the Rubicon. Upon arrival, the mile markers could definitely use some updating and improvements. The finger piers are entirely too short at least where we were directed to moor for a 44 ft m/y. Half of the crew including myself were unable to physically leave the boat due to this which caused great concern in case of an emergency situation. Also, our power went out early in the night. Our Captain contacted "Spooky" to report the problem but he did NOT return our call. We could not run generator bc we were too close to other vessels to risk it. It was miserable experience! I don't recommend this marina. No apologies or any contact made on their behalf. Zack the deck hand was great. Upon arrival, he was very friendly and helpful. We also called ahead and made a reservation beforehand and still had a terrible experience.

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Stephen on May 29th, 2020:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Rubicon Power 44 ft 3.5 ft

"Spooky" the Harbor Master was helpful in advising us about the approach to the marina. Call when leaving the ICW. The private markers are scattered, and they are in need of new red and green paint. We were disappointed that despite making a reservation a week ahead, the marina seemed surprised that we were arriving. They "found" a slip for me between two charter boats. Mooring was a challenge because there were no cleats, just poles. The fixed finger pier was only 10 feet long, so half my crew was unable physically unable to disembark during our stay. Dockhand Zack was very helpful when it came to figuring out the best line securing configuration and hooking up power. The most disturbing part of our visit was when we lost power at about 9pm. I am not an electrician, but I think the dock power box was rated for 30amps, and had a 50amp plug installed. Spooky answered his cell phone when I called, but was unable to contact the marina owner, so no after-hours service was available to come to the marina to assist with our power situation. We sweated all night and prayed our refrigerated food would not spoil as I was not about to run the generator in the tight slips. Finding an anchorage in the dark on a hot, windy night was not a safe option. We departed at daybreak and didn't look back. No Boat US or other discounts were offered to us. No apologies, either.

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Bob on March 25th, 2020:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
The 4th Quarter Power 49 ft 4.0 ft

Harbor master was very helpful in helping us navigate the partly marked channel coming in from the west and also leaving the next day headed to Mobile Bay. If you have never been here before, I wouldn’t try to enter from the west without local help. The best advice leaving was to hug the shore line markers and don’t get outside of the markers. We stayed on the fuel dock which was quiet. We wish we had planned on staying longer as the island shut down for coronavirus concerns a few day later.