Palm Beach Plans to Reopen Superyacht Marina on November 1

With a multimillion dollar renovation nearing completion, The Town of Palm Beach has announced plans to reopen its Superyacht Marina on November 1. The $40 million in upgrades and improvements will transform the classic docks into a “world class” yacht center that will welcome ships from 60 feet to the 294-foot superyacht size. The Town of Palm Beach Marina is currently taking seasonal (November 1 – April 30), annual (December 1 – November 30), and transient slip reservations.

The only public marina on the island of Palm Beach has been providing berthing for power and sail yachts since the 1940s. The new Town Marina will provide patrons with 84 slips, located along the classic Australian, Brazilian, and Peruvian docks, while introducing a new 250-foot Royal Palm Dock.

Marina patrons will benefit from “an enhanced master plan that includes a floating dock system while enjoying a suite of technological upgrades such as high-speed Wi-Fi, enhanced shore power, and state-of-the-art security systems.” Guests also get complimentary access to the oceanfront Par 3 Golf Course, the recently updated health and wellness facilities at the Morton and Barbara Mandel Recreation Center, and the town’s 13 premier tennis courts.

The Marina is located steps away from the island’s high-end Worth Avenue shopping and dining district and offers access to the town’s recreational amenities.

For general inquiries about long-term dockage, storage, and other services, visit, For more information on the project or for slip lease information, contact marina dockmaster, Mike Horn at [email protected] or by calling 561-838-5463.

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