Riviera Beach City Marina. Offering 140 Floating Slips for Vessels up to 120'.
Conveniently located only a few minutes from Lake Worth - Palm Beach Inlet, one of the safest all-weather inlets on the East Coast, with no bridges or other obstructions. This newly built marina features 140 wet slips for annual, seasonal, monthly, or transient dockage. The redevelopment will include new shops, restaurants, a boardwalk promenade and improved marina facilities.
This Marina Offers
Floating wet slips for 140 vessels up to 120’
New Pump-out system at every slip
30, 50, 100 and 200-amp electrical service
Open 7 days a week from 8am to 5pm
Annual, seasonal, monthly, and transient slips
Newly constructed floating concrete and Brazilian hardwood docks
Showers & restrooms
Peanut Island parking located in the Over Flow Lot
Paddleboard rentals, kayak rentals and eco tours through Paddle Boarding Palm Beach (on-site)
Dockage includes reciprocal benefits at all Loggerhead Marinas
About Riviera Beach, FL
Boasting an average year-round temperature of 75 degrees, Riviera Beach proclaims itself the "Best Waterfront City in Which to Live, Work, and Play." With a population of more than 30,000 residents, Riviera Beach is home to one of the most impressive sandy beaches in the southeastern United States.
Along the Riviera Beach waterfront, residents and tourists enjoy the city’s shops, restaurants, and local attractions. The waterfront marketplace draws large crowds of tourists headed for the cruise ships; the Port of Palm Beach is located in Riviera Beach, and the Bahamas Celebration cruise ship departs every other day.
For local events and happenings, go to palmbeach.com
To Reserve Your Riviera Beach Wet Slip, Call (561) 842-7806 Today!
Riviera Beach Marina Village
Opening in 2016, the reborn Riviera Beach Marina Village will transform the city’s working waterfront into a modern, vibrant and exciting destination to be enjoyed by both residents and visitors alike. The brand new Riviera Beach Marina Event Center will be home to a two-story restaurant, a café, and several meeting and banquet rooms that can accommodate groups and clubs, family events and business gatherings for anywhere from 10 to 300 people. A multi-million dollar re-imagining of Bicentennial Park will give visitors a relaxing space to unwind along the banks of the Intracoastal Waterway, with a stage that will be home to shows, concerts and festivals.
Roof Raising Ceremony at the Riviera Beach Marina
"As it develops further, Riviera Beach Marina Village is going to be the living room of our city – a showcase that will attract a wide range of visitors from Palm Beach County and beyond," said Tony Brown, Executive Director of the Riviera Beach CRA. "Interest in ecotourism and water activities increases each year, and we offer visitors a range of experiences to connect them to nature above and below the waves; from scuba diving to deepsea fishing, snorkeling, paddleboarding and kayaking, all in a spectacular setting overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway, Peanut Island and Singer Island."
For more information about the new Riviera Beach Marina Village project, contact the Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency at www.rbcra.com
or call (561) 844-3408.