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www.midkeysmarine.com Those who are fortunate enough to live and work in the Keys realize the importance of protecting our greatest assets – the community and environment. For more than 25 years, the Middle Keys Marine Association (MKMA) has been a partner both on land and in the tranquil waters surrounding the Florida Keys. Composed of a diverse collection of marine tradesmen and skilled artisans, MKMA has become a leading supporter of community and civic events and continually offers scholarships to the students of Monroe County. For more information on choosing the right service for your vessel, please look for within this publication, or simply pick up a copy of MKMA’s “Guide to Florida Keys Marine Services, a Boater’s Guide to Professional Marine Services in the Keys.” Available at member facilities and information kiosks throughout the Keys. MEMBER OF

Our Mission

The Middle Keys Marine Association’s objectives are to advance the education of those engaged in the marine industry, to promote prosperity within the industry, to convey to our membership and the public reliable information on matters concerning marine interests, to solicit from our membership problems or issues facing the industry, to promote the general interests of the marine industry and to protect and/or improve conditions related to the marine industries, waterways and related facilities.

Unifying an Industry since 1994 Our Membership

All Keys Diesel Repair, Inc. Artic-Temp, Inc. Big Pond Boat Works Bottoms & Props Captain for Hire Coastal Docks, LLC Faro Blanco Resort & Yacht Club Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce Hawks Cay Resort & Marina Key Colony Beach Marina Keys Boat Works, Inc. Keys Rigging, Inc. Lazy Days South Marathon Auto & Marine Services Marathon Boat Yard Marathon Diesel Repair & Service Marathon Marina Marathon Marine Solutions Co. Marathon Yacht Club March Hare Marine Services Napa Auto Parts of Marathon Pancho’s Fuel Dock Porky’s Bayside Restaurant & Marina Prop Tec Marathon, Inc. Sea\\Tow Islamorada/Marathon Shoreline Signs by Renee South Seas Rigging Southeast Marine Construction Sunset Grille & Raw Bar The Island Fish Company The Weekly Newspapers TowBoat U.S. – Marathon

Honorary Members

Florida Keys Community College Serial Design Group


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Marathon City Council • Mayor John Bartus • Vice Mayor Steve Cook • Council Member Dan Zieg • Council Member Mark Senmartin • Council Member Luis Gonzalez • City Manager Chuck Lindsey • Chief of Police Capt. Don Hiller • Fire Chief John Johnson

CONTENTS A liveaboard’s love letter to Boot Key Harbor | P.6

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Legislation drives protocols in ‘The Zone’ | P.8 Rules and regulations are designed for safety | P.12 Some tips about mail, medical care & recycling | P.14 Where is it? Find eateries, bars, and more on this map | P.16-17

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Sailors aren’t born; they’re well-read | P.20 Don’t miss places and moments of 2018 | P.22 ON THE COVER: This perspective of Boot Key Harbor, facing north, encompasses both the mooring field and the Marathon City Marina, the hub of the harbor. The protected anchorage is home to many liveaboards who spend months at a time or make it their permanent home. DOUG FINGER/Keys Weekly

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About this issue Many people and organizations were instrumental in making the 2018/2019 Boot Key Cruiser’s Guide a success. The staff at The Weekly Newspapers would like to thank Sean Cannon and the entire staff at the Marathon City Marina, the Middle Keys Marine Association, the Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce, the City of Marathon and the Cruisers Net.

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PUBLISHER Jason Koler | jason@keysweekly.com CONTENT&DESIGN Sara Matthis | sara@keysweekly.com Javier Reyes | javier@keysweekly.com SALES&MARKETING Lesley Aaron | lesley@keysweekly.com Anneke Patterson | anneke@ keysweekly.com

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ART&MAP Travis Cready | travis@keysweekly.com John Bartus Designs

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WHERE MOORING IS A ‘BALL’ DEAR CRUISERS, On behalf of the City Council, welcome to the City of Marathon and our City Marina at Boot Key Harbor. We hope that you will have a great experience here in the Heart of the Florida Keys! City staff is committed to making your stay safe and comfortable. Our harbor offers 360-degree protection. For that, and many other reasons, it is considered by many to be the best harbor in the Florida Keys. For example, our Marina is only minutes away from Sombrero Reef, an internationally renowned diving and snorkeling spot. In addition, the Marina is within walking distance of marine retailers and boatyards, grocery stores, pharmacies, hospital, a public library and restaurants. Many local restaurants offer dinghy access to their establishments.

The Marina is located adjacent to both a beautiful municipal sports park complex and the municipal park/beach which is accessible by dinghy or kayak. Public bus service conveniently stops nearby and connects to Key West including the Key West Airport and mainland Miami, where public buses and trains are readily available to transport you throughout Miami and Miami Beach including Miami International Airport. Rental cars are available in Marathon if you wish to tour on your own. We are proud to be a sponsor of the 2018/2019 Boot Key Harbor Cruiser’s Guide. We are confident that you will have a great stay and join the ranks of our many repeat visitors.

Contact Information Boot Key Harbor City Marina VHF channel 16 Latitude 24º 42’ 33.8” Longitude 81º 5’ 29.1”

800 35th St., oceanside Marathon, FL 33050 phone: 305.289.8877 fax: 305.289.8876 http://ci.marathon.fl.us www.cityofmarathonmarina.com

SEAN CANNON, Marina & Ports Director & The Boot Key Harbor City Marina

Meet the staff

Matt McJunkin

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Roel Alvarado

Forest King

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Assistant Ports Director Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant

Marina Tech

Marina Tech

Antoinette Smith Custodian

Charlie Estrella Marina Tech

Karen Diehl Custodian

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WELCOME CRUISERS! Please visit us by tender, dinghy, boat or bike!

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Bonefish Bay in North Bimini is my last stop in the Bahamas before the USA. I’ve been running west for a few weeks now and accomplished what the wife calls the “three B’s”. We broke the boat, broke the bank, but had a ball. Now I have to make a decision where to go to refit and find work. My mainsail is being held to the mast with zip-ties, the motor has not worked in months, and I need a safe place to do repairs. I need a harbor with access to a shop, laundry, and supplies within walking distance. I like fun places, so it needs a tiki with a great community atmosphere. A marina without the stuffiness of a yacht club, if you know what I mean. Marathon, Florida tops my list. Hurricane Irma did some damage, but it’s all cleaned up. Marathon City Marina is not a yachtsman’s marina. It is a working-class environment for cruisers and fulltime live-aboard folks. It is filled with “boats” and only rarely do you see a yacht. I know that defies the dictionary definitions, but if you take one look, the difference between these “boats” and those yachts, it is manifest. The bright work and stainless steel do not gleam as much. Everything is functional, it’s just not as pretty as on a yacht. Most of them are seaworthy and disappear over the adventurous horizon for months at a time. It’s a mixed bag of 20 to 60-foot sailboats and trawlers all with the same agenda — a love of living on the water even if your boat is only used as an apartment. Most everyone there must work to keep floating. No one there is rich. Many of them are itinerate workers relying on ad hoc employment or selling crafts made on their boat. The marina has a nice open workshop with storage closets for rent that buzzes all day with any manner of boat work. The staff is amazing and all this is led by Sean Cannon, one of the great harbormasters of my time. You will not find gift shops, fuel docks, exercise rooms, or banquet facilities there. There is an open hall with plastic picnic tables, a few TV’s, a few washers and dryers, Internet connections and rudimentary shower rooms. There are really nice floating dinghy docks to accommodate the 226 mooring ball guests and another 75 or so anchored guests. The adjacent canal has room for a few boats to tie off and offers those guests electric hookups. But that’s it. There are no frills there. This is paradise on a budget. The harbor is filled with artisans from every discipline. A simple call on the radio will get you any kind of help you need. This help will often come from a person with 30 or more years’ experience in their field, be it electrical, HVAC, woodwork, fiberglass, metal work, engine repair, you name it. It’s all there. I love the place, so, decision made. Capt’n Mike www.whensday.us

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Anchoring & Mooring ordinance

WELCOME TO ‘THE ZONE’ There are special mooring and anchorage rules in Boot Key Harbor. Began as a pilot program, it was signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott on Jan. 1, 2017. The main idea is to protect the environment from boater impacts such as raw sewage dumping and sea grass destruction, while keeping the harbor “clean” of derelict boats. There are two mooring fields in Boot Key Harbor that are managed by the City of Marathon in cooperation with other law enforcement agencies. (Boats on a mooring ball pay a fee.) There is also a narrow wedge where cruisers can anchor just east of the Boot Key Bridge. The mooring fields are surrounded by a buffer zone where anchoring is prohibited. The entire managed anchorage zone extends from Sister’s Creek on the southside of Marathon through Boot Key Harbor to the west channel opening on the gulfside of the 7 Mile Bridge. Some of the area fronting Sombrero Beach is also a managed anchoring zone.

All vessels in that area must display proof of pumpout when anchored for more than 10 consecutive days and have a marine sanitation device (buckets don’t count!). A minimum of one pumpout per month is required and the boat owners must display a tag or provide documentation. There is no anchoring within 100’ of Boot Key Harbor’s morning field.

BOOT KEY HARBOR

The harbor managers are also looking for boats in danger of sinking or breaking loose. Vessels that are listing, aground, sinking, dragging anchor, in danger of breaking loose or not able to be used for navigation are not allowed. There are similar managed zones in parts of the Lower Keys. They are the Boca Chica Basin (eastern and western portions),Cow Key Channel, Key West Harbor and the Key West Seaplane Basin.

BOCA CHICA BASIN

COW KEY CHANNEL

The law is designed to regulate pump outs and keep derelict boats from cluttering the harbor.

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VESSEL SAFETY & THE LAW Boot Key Harbor is a safe and secure neighborhood of cruisers and live-aboard sailors. This is due to the genuine sense of community among the residents and visitors, along with the efforts of local law enforcement agencies to promote safety and curb crime. Here are a few reminders pertaining to Boot Key Harbor:

I can see the light

Required All vessels under 16’ in length must have the following items:

Make sure your light meets USCG requirements

A common navigation light that you will see near harbors or popular cruising destinations is the anchor light. The anchor light is an all-around light that must be visible for 2 miles in any direction. No other navigation lights should be on while at anchor. Anchor lights are required in Boot Key Harbor even though it is a designated anchorage. The requirement has to do with “colregs” – Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collissions. Colregs demarcation lines are shown on coastal charts as magenta color dashed lines. On the charts, Boot Key Harbor is located in “International Waters.” The colregs demarcation line crosses near Lower Matecumbe Key. From there, south and west throughout the Florida Keys, a vessel is outside of the colregs and therefore in International Waters where it’s required to display an anchor light.

Even if the boat is in a known or designated anchorage area, dinghies and other boats may be traveling in that area and will need to know the location of your boat.

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• A copy of the vessel registration, except for nonmotorized vessels. (Vessels with inoperable motors are still considered motorized.) • Lifejackets for everyone aboard. • A horn or whistle. • Fire extinguisher, if there is a built-in fuel tank or enclosed

portable fuel tank. • Flares are not required when operating in Boot Key Harbor. • Navigational lights on motorized vessels capable of speeds over 7 knots. (Motorized vessels incapable of 7 knot speeds require only a 360 degree visible white light.)

Know the difference Idle Speed-No Wake is the lowest speed necessary to maintain steering. All man-made canals are Idle Speed Zones.

vs. Slow Speed-Minimum Wake means the craft is settled in the water, not plowing, and creating only a minimum wake. Most of Boot Key Harbor is a Slow Speed Zone.


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WHAT CRUISERS NEED TO KNOW APPROACHES • Via Hawk’s Channel The best entrance into Boot Key Harbor is from the west. Using chart 11451, the channel lies between Boot Key and Vaca Key, running west-east. Deep draft boats should favor the side with the Green ‘1’ to Green ‘9’ markers or stay in the middle of the channel. The bridge that spans Vaca and Boot Key has been dismantled, but a power line at 65’ runs across it. The only other shoal is between Green “19” to Green “21”, which is 6’ at MLW. • Via Florida Bay Boot Key Harbor can also be approached via Florida Bay. From the north, keep Green “17” (Bullard Bank Light) to starboard. Follow the channel southwest to the Seven Mile Bridge. This bridge is 65’. From there, follow the channel south to Hawk’s Channel, and approach Boot Key as mentioned above.

RECYCLE The Marathon City Marina has a very comprehensive recycling program on the premises. It can accommodate almost every type of recyclable waste ranging from household-type items to materials associated with engine maintenance. The waste is deposited into clearly marked bins that are well kept and emptied regularly. These items must be placed in their respective bins: Waste oil, diesel, gasoline, anti-freeze, used oil and gas filters, oily rags and old starter batteries. Any materials not listed above, such as plastic bags or oily containers, will render the bin as contaminated and it will be discarded as trash. In addition, at the Marina cruisers can recycle: Plastic bottles and containers, No. 1-7. Plastic lids and caps are okay; aluminum and metal cans, clean foil and foil containers; glass bottles and jars (green, brown and clear only; no lids); Paper goods including paperboard boxes, office paper, newspapers, magazines and catalogues.

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MAIL, PACKAGES & FREIGHT City Marina staff will accept mail, packages and freight for current Marina customers only. Please note the following: • Mail must be addressed only to your name, at 800 35th Street Ocean, Marathon FL 33050. Please do not include “City Marina” or a vessel name. • Please do not call the City Marina to inquire about package deliveries. Staff will not sign for packages and special mail deliveries. They are placed in the package room adjacent to the mailboxes. Items are not secure, so make sure important items are picked up promptly. • U.S. mail is sorted according to the first letter of the last name, and is placed in the corresponding box located opposite the marina office. • FedEx requires the recipient’s signature and will not allow marina staff to sign for packages. Recipients must be present. FedEx will leave a slip and will attempt to redeliver three times before returning to sender. • Oversize packages and freight are NOT accepted by staff, but customers may meet drivers or scheduled delivery time and arrange to be at the marina when the item arrives.

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Waste disposal

PUMP IT, DON’T DUMP IT Vessel sewage discharge has been prohibited in state waters of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary since its designation as a No Discharge Zone by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 2002. In December 2010, the sanctuary amended regulations to further prohibit discharge of sewage incidental to vessel use and generated by a marine sanitation device in accordance with the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. A marine sanitation device not secured in a manner that prevents discharge or deposits of treated and untreated sewage is also prohibited. Boot Key Harbor is a “No Discharge Zone.” This means it is illegal to dump waste and overboard discharge into the water. Seacocks must remain locked in the closed position.

The Marathon City Marina is in the National Marine Sanctuary and is designated as a Clean Marina. Please be kind to your neighbors, dolphin, manatee and other marine creatures by disposing of sewage and waste properly. The City Marina provides recycling bins and trash receptacles for your convenience and pumpout service to improve the health and cleanliness of our waterways.

*Funded in part by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Clean Vessel Act through the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

The schedule Contact information what’s your row? Monday Rows A, J, N, & O Tuesday Rows B, K, L & M Wednesday Rows C, Q & R Thursday Rows D, G, S, T, & P Friday Rows E, F, H, U, V & W

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• Pumpouts must be scheduled at least a day in advance. • Pumpouts for vessels on a mooring ball are performed on a weekly schedule (see left). Pumpouts for vessels at anchor must be scheduled a day in advance for service Monday through Friday. Captains can call the Marathon City Marina at 305-2898877 or hail staff on VHF 16 to schedule. Dockside pumpout service is available seven days a week and captains must call before arriving. • All Marathon City Marina mooring and dingy customers receive weekly pumpout service free of charge. Additional pumpouts can be scheduled for a $5 fee. • Captains are required to keep the waste fitting clear of obstructions such as solar panels, jugs, kayaks, etc. • Vessels are automatically pumped on their scheduled day of the week; captains need not be present.

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MARATHON CITY MARINA 305.289.8877; VHF Ch 16 www.cityofmarathonmarina.com CITY OF MARATHON 305.743.0033 http://ci.marathon.fl.us/ MONROE COUNTY 305.743.0079 www.monroecounty-fl.gov MONROE COUNTY SHERIFF 305.289.2430 www.keysso.net US COAST GUARD 305.743.1945; VHF Ch 16

www.uscg.mil/d7/stamarathon

FLORIDA FISH & WILDLIFE 305.289.2320 www.myfwc.com NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, KEY WEST 305.295.1316 www.weather.gov/key/


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“BOATOWNERS MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL MANUAL” By Nigel Calder | $20 Reviewers of this book say it is the most comprehensive and thorough manual for boat owners on the planet. The tag line — “The Guide to Fixing Everything on Your Boat” — reaffirms it. Originally published in 1990, there is now a fourth edition published in 2016. The book is filled with tables, flow charts and photos and reviewers — both technical and novice — say it’s filled with pertinent and up-to-date details.

BEST BOOKS

“LET’S CRUISE, BUT FIRST” By Michael Barber | $5

By Sara Matthis

“You must decide realistically where you will be sailing … Where you sail will dictate what inventory you will have aboard.” Michael Barber, a Boot Key Harbor liveaboard and veteran world sailor, has written several books but this is, perhaps, his favorite. It details everything a sailor should have aboard, from anchors to something called a “whisker pole” (maybe a temporary boom that faces forward?). The book is peppered with anecdotes to bring the lessons home including a nearsinking experience and the importance of manual bilge pumps.

My dad has a really good saying. “Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you a better sailor.” Indeed, it’s impossible to be a perfect sailor, whatever that means. It is a lifelong learning experience and even at the end, old salts (if they are telling the truth), will tell you that they didn’t learn it all. Which is not to say, you shouldn’t try — either the cruising lifestyle or educating yourself. Here are three books to start with. All of the book prices below indicate the digital price for spacesaving purposes.

“THINGS I WISH I‘D KNOWN BEFORE I STARTED SAILING” By John Vigor | $13 Arranged alphabetically, with startling statements at the start of every chapter. “You don’t need battens in your mainsail,” Vigor writes and then explains, that in fact “the bigger they are, the worse the menace.” It’s a fun read, easily digestible in bite-size pieces, but this guy has serious sailing chops and plenty of real-world experience to add some heft to his views.

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History • Environmental Education • Research Daily Historical Tours At 10am, 12pm, & 2pm Environmental Education Programs • Summer Camps • Research (305) 743-5999 • www.pigeonkey.net

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COURTESY OF THE GREATER MARATHON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

AREA EVENTS AND ATTRACTIONS The attractions and facilities mentioned on this page were all affected by Hurricane Irma. Most are already re-opened. Please call ahead.

Attractions • Crane Point Museum, Nature Center MM50.5, gulfside 305.743.9100 | cranepoint.net • Dolphin Research Center MM59, gulfside 305.289.0002 | dolphins.org • Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters MM53, gulfside | 305.407.3262 floridakeysaquariumencounters.org • Historic Pigeon Key Two miles west of Knight’s Key 305.743.5999 | pigeonkey.net • The Turtle Hospital 2396 Overseas Highway 305.743.2552 | turtlehospital.org • Marathon Visitor Center 12222 Overseas Hwy | 305.743.5417 info@floridakeysmarathon.com floridakeysmarathon.com

Parks & Beaches Marathon Community Park is located on Overseas Highway and 36th St, oceanside, adjacent to the City Marina. Inside the park you will find restrooms, picnic tables and a covered pavilion for large gatherings. The park has two Little League baseball fields, four tennis courts, and a combination basketball court/inline hockey rink, toddler playground and skate park. The park is open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Jesse Hobbs Park is at the corner of U.S. 1 and 41st Street, gulfside. The park is a neighborhood hangout for kids enjoying the playground or shooting hoops. Hours are 8 a.m to 10 p.m. City of Marathon / Rotary Children’s Park is located at 7575 Overseas Highway (corner of U.S.1 and 75th Street, oceanside).  Built with the combined efforts of Marathon’s Rotary Club and the City’s volunteers, there are swings, a climbing wall, toddler playground, monkey bars, slides and many play elements. Hours are 8 a.m. to dusk.

Sombrero Beach MM50, oceanside A lovely sandy beach on the Atlantic Ocean frames a shady park with picnic pavilions, volleyball courts, restrooms and showers. The beach is open from 7 a.m. until dusk. Coco Plum Beach MM54.5, oceanside Established as a natural beach area with an adjacent wetland area, Coco Plum (like Sombrero) is also a turtle nesting beach. A popular spot for local’s and their pets, Coco Plum has basic restroom facilities and is open daily from 7 a.m. until dusk. Oceanfront Park 98th & 99th streets This park, located behind City Hall on the oceanfront, features a fenced run for dogs, and a series of pavillions for fishing or relaxing. There is also a kayak launch.

• Otherside Adventure Park 59300 Overseas Hwy MM 59.3 305.414.8245 | keyscable.com • Florida Keys Country Club Phone: 305.743.3433 4000 Sombrero Blvd, MM 50 • Key Colony Beach Golf & Tennis Phone: 305.289.1533 8th Street, MM53.5, oceanside

Diving • Adelaide Baker - Historic shipwreck features a pair of huge stacks in only 25 feet of water • Sombrero Reef - This traditional favorite of the Marathon dive portfolio is marked by a 140-foot lighted tower

Events • January 11-13 Island Boat Show & Festival, Duck Key • January 12-13 Florida Keys Celtic Festival • February 2-3 25th Annual Pigeon Key Art Festival • February 16-17 Coral Head Music Festival • March 2 13th Annual Sombrero Beach Run 10 & 5k • March 9-10 Original Marathon Seafood Festival

• Coffin’s Patch - A conglomerate of six distinct patch reefs

• April 6 38th Annual 7 Mile Bridge Run • May 3-5 Marathon Offshore Bull & Cow Dolphin Tournament • July 4 Fourth of July Beach Party & Fireworks • July 24-25 Lobster Mini Season • Aug. 30-Sept. 1 Heroes Welcome Tribute Weekend, Duck Key

• Delta Shoals - A sandy shoal loaded with elkhorn, brain, and star coral heads. • The Thunderbolt - 188-foot ship wreck The Keys are home to the world’s second largest living coral reef, second only to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The diving and snorkeling opportunities are endless and attract divers and marine biologists from across the globe. For more information on Marathon, drop by the Chamber of Commerce at MM53.5 or call 305-743-5174 or 1-800-262-7284.

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Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center

12222 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050 FloridaKeysMarathon.com visitus@FloridaKeysMarathon.com 305-743-5417 • 1-800-262-7284


MARATHON YACHT CLUB 825 33rd Street, Gulf, Marathon, Fl 33050

Since 1951

Member of the Florida Council of Yacht Clubs and the American Register of Yacht Clubs

Meet New Friends at the Friendliest “LITTLE YACHT CLUB" Active Cruising Schedule Live Entertainment Great New Chef Famous Friday Night Cookouts Water Aerobics in the Great Pool Special Event and Private Parties Available Dance to Live Music Happy Hour & Game Nights Fabulous Sunsets! We would like to have YOU as a member! Call Shana Schroeder @ 305.743.6739... to arrange a visit! | www.marathonyachtclub.com The Marathon Yacht Club has been a vital part of the Marathon Community Since 1951

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