Palm Beach Marina Upgraded and Ready for Business

There's only one public marina on the island of Palm Beach, Florida, and it just completed a $40 million renovation.

Palm Beach Marina
Upgrades include a new 250-foot-long dock, high-speed Wi-Fi, enhanced shore power and modern security systems. Courtesy Town of Palm Beach Marina

There is a lot of talk these days about the need to rebuild infrastructure. Florida’s Town of Palm Beach Marina is leaning into that thinking, having just completed a $40 million upgrade.

The marina has been popular with transient and local boaters alike since it was built in the 1940s. It is steps away from the Worth Avenue shopping district and is now equipped to welcome yachts from 60 to 294 feet.

The marina officially reopened on November 1, with annual, seasonal and transient reservations being accepted. All guests receive complimentary access to an oceanfront par-3 golf course, health-and-wellness facilities, and premier tennis courts.


“Palm Beachers expect the best,” says assistant town manager Carolyn Stone, “and that’s what we’ll have when the completely upgraded and renovated marina opens.”


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