Bluewater Bay Marina

Niceville, Florida - FL, United States

Bluewater Bay Marina is A Gulf Coast Gem

Bluewater Bay Marina is a fantastic facility nestled in Niceville, Florida. Located on the North Shore of Choctawhatchee Bay, the marina is only 3 miles north of Intracoastal Waterway. Guests will also have easy access to the Gulf of Mexico as well during their stay. The entrance to the marina is conveniently  marked with day marks. At night time, approaches are aided by flashing lights on all day marks. LJ Schooner's Dockside Restaurant & Oyster Bar is the marinas tasty onsite restaurant. Boaters will find a menu full of fantastic food and a neat bar with ice cold cocktails. The menu is an awesome mix of both land and sea fare, open for lunch and dinner Wednesday through Saturday. You can also catch brunch every Sunday until 1pm with regular lunch also being served until 4pm. Bluewater Bay Marina's ship’s store is a great place to stock up. What's awesome is they will match most competitors’ prices! Here you will find nautical hardware, clothing, Columbia Sportswear, Rainbow Sandals, Costa Del Mar eyewear, Gill Foul Weather Gear, snacks, drinks, toiletries, souvenirs, galley goods and more. For the outdoorsman, the marina has a fully stocked tackle store. For convenience, visitors can get both fishing and hunting licenses a the dry storage facility. Bluewater truly has it all! Read More

Amenities

  • Bath
  • Bars/Clubs Nearby
  • Diesel
  • Fuel
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Newsletter
  • Pump-Out
  • Snack Shop
  • Tiki Bar
  • ValvTect®
  • WiFi

Location

30.495246 / -86.446229

Bluewater Bay Marina

Niceville, Florida - FL, United States

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$2.00/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

Laura on January 5th, 2019:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Have Another Day Power 57 ft 5.0 ft

We paid for a month and stayed 18 of those days. We had family in the area and then just were waiting for a weather window to head towards Carabelle. Harbor hosts Jack and Patty Nickerson are the AGLCA harbor hosts and are fabulous. They hosted docktails many times, were so welcoming of our children on board, hosted us for NYE and followed my husband all the way to Carabelle to drop our car off there and then drove him all the way back. They go above and beyond. Other loopers are there as well and the local live aboards are all friendly. There are currently not a lot of transient slips as they have been a post hurricane overflow marina. But April was able to fit us in.

April will send you a map and instructions on your way in. You have to mind all three sets of markers.

Some of the Docks are in rough shape but pilings sturdy. Very dark at night. Barely any light on the dock.

Pump out was working on and off. They do have a pump out boat that will come to your slip when it is working. Or pump out at pool dock.

Restaurant on site. Miles of walking in the neighborhoods and access to the heated pool.

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W. on June 11th, 2018:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Red Pearl Power 41 ft 4.0 ft

I'm a delivery captain and I've never been treated better than at Bluewater. We had a leaking exhaust hose and called on a Sunday. Jimmi at the office ordered the hose for delivery the next day. She called an onsite mechanic who returned the call immeditely and met us in the morning to install it.
Professional staff took care of fueing and pump out. Excellent restaurant on site. Don't pass it up a chance to stop.

Waterway Guide Review

Danno on March 7th, 2017:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
SV Sea Fever Sail 33 ft 4.5 ft

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at BlueWater Bay. The staff was friendly and hospitable. Outstanding Ship's store, excellent restaurant and oyster bar. Very family friendly and well protected. Deep, well marked channel. Easy entry with lots of room out in the bayou to get rigged up for entry without impeding traffic.