Dinner Key Marina


Dinner Key Marina & Mooring Facility, a 587-slip marina (the largest in wet slip marina in on the United States’ East Coast) accommodates boats between the size of 30 and 135 feet length overall.  Dinner Key Marina in Miami’s Coconut Grove provides slips in a park-like setting to transient, seasonal, long-term, and liveaboard customers. The Dinner Key Mooring Facility is located east of the main marina, with over 250 moorings and accepts vessels up to 50 feet LOA (Length Overall). Dinner Key Marina offers customers parking, laundry, restrooms, dinghy dock, shuttle service and pump out boat service.

Dinner Key served as base of operations for Pan American Airways famed flying boats, the Clippers, and plenty of history has been retained in the area. The Marina is located beside the City of Miami’s Historic City Hall. A short walk from the marina lands you in the heart of Coconut Grove, a retail and entertainment district.

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Annual Wet Slip Dockage Rates

Recreational Dockage Rate Comments
Non-Liveaboard    $23.00   Per Ft/Month   Rate based on 30' minimum LOA
Live-Aboard $24.00 Per Ft/Month Rate based on 40' minimum LOA
Commercial $25.00 Per Ft/Month Rate based on 30' minimum LOA


Transient Wet Slip Dockage Rates

Overnight $5.00 Per Ft/Day Rate based on 30' minimum LOA
Monthly $42.00 Per Ft/Month Rate based on 30' minimum LOA



Dinner Key originally served as base of operations for Pan American Airway's famed flying boats, the Clippers, and plenty of history has been retained in the area. The original Pan Am terminal building (next door to Dinner Key Marina) now serves as Miami City Hall, although it has retained its historic charm. Nearby is Villa Vizcaya, former home of International Harvester founder James Deering and now a public museum. A short walk from the marina lands you in the heart of Coconut Grove village, where you'll find a fashionable retail and entertainment district, along with the world renowned CocoWalk. 


NOTE: If you are only looking for short-term or transient dockage, you don't need to apply for the waitlist, simply call 305-329-4755.

Currently, all of our marina slips are full and on an annual contract. As slips become available, we will utilize the waiting list to fill each slip (by size) on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Waitlist Application Form (this is a two-step process depending boat size).


Final Public Notice


The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has received the subgrant application for The City of Miami’s Dinner Key Marina replacement due to damages sustained in Hurricane Irma (DR-4337-FL PW 07029 PN 26468). Pursuant to Executive Order 11988 and 44 CFR Part 9.12, final notice is hereby given of FEMA’s intent to provide funding for this project under the Public Assistance (PA) Program.

An initial disaster-wide Public Notice was published October 6, 2017 for Hurricane Irma. Comments and other information received were fully evaluated by FEMA along with evaluation of social, economic, environmental, and safety considerations. This notice serves as a project-specific final notice for FEMA’s funding action located within the floodplain. FEMA has determined that the only practicable alternative is to locate this facility at its original location within the floodplain because the facility is functionally dependent upon its location within the floodplain.

Funding for the proposed project will be conditional upon compliance with all applicable federal, tribal, state and local laws, regulations, floodplain standards, permit requirements and conditions.

Responsible Entity: FEMA Public Assistance (PA) Program

Applicant: City of Miami

Project Title(s): PA-04-FL-4337-PW-07029 PN 26468 - Dinner Key Marina Repair

Location of Proposed Work: 3400 Pan American Drive, Miami, FL 33133 (25.72697, -80.23541)

Floodplain: The project is located in Zone VE per Miami-Dade County FIRM Panel #12086C0476L dated 9/11/2009.

Proposed Work and Purpose: The Dinner Key Marina, in the City of Miami was damaged as a result of Hurricane Irma. The City is seeking funding from FEMA for marina-wide repairs, including repairs to appurtenances, electrical wiring, fender piles, mooring piles, grating, utility pedestals, pier pile caps, pier bracing, and timber decking. A hazard mitigation proposal is included in the grant for stronger mooring piles (44), elevation of pilings 5ft (658), upgrading of cleats (1078), and water-proofing systems.

Project Alternatives: The alternative that has been considered is the no action alternative. This alternative is not feasible, as the marina is regularly used by city residents. Additionally, by making repairs to the marina and including mitigation, this project will provide a safe access space to encourage recreation. Alternate locations were not considered as the marina is functionally dependent upon its location within the floodplain.

Comments: This will serve as the final public notice regarding the above-described action funded by the FEMA PA program. Interested persons may submit comments, questions, or request a map of this specific project by writing to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Region 4, 3003 Chamblee-Tucker Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30341 or by emailing FEMA-R4EHP@fema.dhs.gov. Comments should be sent in writing with the subject line FL-4337-PW-07029, City of Miami at the above address within 15 days of the date of this notice.


3400 Pan American Drive, Miami 33133  View Map

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