Westrec Marinas and the City of Fernandina Beach, Florida announce the re-opening of Fernandina Harbor Marina located in the heart of Fernandina Beach on historic Amelia Island in northeastern Florida. In October 2016, Hurricane Matthew provided a direct blow to the island, her residents and the thriving marina.

Now accepting overnight reservations, rendezvous group outings, short stays and day-docking again, the marina celebrated finalizing much hurricane remediation on Friday, January 24, 2020.

“Damage yielded an opportunity for enhancements,” comments Dale L. Martin, City Manager, Fernandina Beach. “In partnership with Westrec and many local, state and government agencies, we have incorporated even better services and structures at the facility.”

Marina reconfiguration: side tie docks that run parallel to the current flow
Southern basin docks removed
Southern basin dredged to an 8′ depth 1500′ of side tie
Crescent Floating Docks installed with new piles
Sections of old floating dock repurposed for a 400′ dinghy and day dock
Wave attenuator
804′ of Marinetek floating dock installed
New 80′ steel piles installed
1608′ of side tie installed
New power distribution
New docks with new pedestal 30Amp, 50Amp, 100Amp and 440Amp available
Pump out available

Amenities include a Boater’s lounge, laundry, and easy access to “Island Hopper” transportation buses circling the City on the hour
Office hours 7:00am – 6:30pm
Walking distance to over 20 restaurants