Your Full-Service Marina in Merritt Island –

Near Port Canaveral, Florida! 

Harbortown Marina – Canaveral is a naturally protected marina, centrally located between the Indian & Banana Rivers (ICW – Barge Canal) with close deep-water access to the ocean through Port Canaveral.  We offer wet-slips, covered rack storage, long-term storage, auto and motorhome storage, and onsite fuel docks, open to the public.

Top 5 Reasons To Dock At Harbortown Marina - Canaveral

  1. We offer great pricing on ethanol-free fuel. Contract customers receive fuel discounts. Click Here to Check Today’s Prices.
  2. No more lines at the boat ramp! Just call ahead or use our app to launch your boat 363 days per year.
  3. Stay secure in a naturally protected harbor with minimal tidal changes. Deep Water Access (Barge Canal) to the Indian (ICW) & Banana Rivers and Port Canaveral.
  4. Enjoy our NEW on-site restaurant,  Hawksbill Bar & Grill.
  5. Make a splash in our heated swimming pool and shop at the Marina Store!

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