By: Jamie Deonas The offshore waters of Amelia Island are known for excellent fishing and wonderful sailing. Scuba Diving off of the Fernandina Beach shores is one sport that is often overlooked. Many who visit here find enough pleasure
Giant black drum have made their presence known once again in the waters around Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach. Areas such as Cumberland Sound, Nassau Sound and the deeper holes in the
The Coast Guard Auxiliary at Amelia Island will be conducting a six week boating course. Starting February 17th and running every Tuesday and Thursday thru March 31st, these classes are
Coastguard quite monitoring outdated 121Mhz distress channels
By: Jamie Deonas Amelia Island has experienced a banner year for fishing both offshore and inshore. Earlier in the season the trout,
Federal action on snapper and grouper closures on the South Atlantic coast were postponed in mid-December, but the National Marine Fisheries Council promised a new effort to pass the amendment this year.
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH MARINA RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE SAFETY AND ENJOYMENT OF THE MARINA IT IS REQUIRED THAT ALL BOAT OWNERS, THEIR CREW AND GUESTS ABIDE BY THE FOLLOWING RULES AND REGULATIONS:
The Fernandina Harbor Marina, is a self-sustaining business of the Marina Department for the City of Fernandina Beach, Florida located on Amelia Island and is dedicated to exceptional service to the community and their customers.
Amelia Island has a rich maritime history dating back to the days of Black Beard and tall sailing ships.
The Fernandina Harbor Holiday Lighted Boat Parade invites all boaters to participate in the parade.
The contract for the bath house and welcome center at the City marina have been approved and
Since its inception the Auxiliary assists the Coast Guard as authorized by the Commandant in performing any Coast Guard function, mission or operation authorized by law, except any law enforcement. In order to carryout this mission,