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City Marina at Garrison Bight
1801 N Roosevelt Boulevard
Key West, FL 33040
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Link: City Marina Website
City Marina's 245 slips straddle the Palm Avenue causeway in Garrison Bight. On the north side of the island of Key West the marina is the home of The Key West's Historic Charter Boat Row.
Key West Bight Historic Seaport
230 Margaret Street
Key West, FL 33040
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Link: Key West Seaport Website
Visit the Key West Historic Seaport and Harbor Walk and find a multitude of restaurants, attractions and activities and take in some breathtaking views at the same time.
Key West Bight Marina
201 William Street
Key West, FL 33040
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Link: Key West Bight Marina Website
Key West Bight Marina has 33 deep-water transient slips available, accommodating vessels up to 140 feet, year round. Most transient tenants are repeat business. When asked why they keep coming back, the uniform response is "the pleasing atmosphere, friendly staff, and affordable rates.
Key West International Airport
3491 South Roosevelt Boulevard
Key West, FL 33040
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Phone: 305-809-5200
Link: Key West International Airport Website
Mallory Square
400 Wall Street
Key West, FL 33040
Link: Mallory Square Website
Mallory Square is located on the waterfront in Key West's historic Old Town, adjacent to the cruise ship port. It is located just west of the northern end of Duval Street, facing the Gulf of Mexico. It runs the entire length of Wall Street. Mallory Square hosts the "Sunset Celebration", which is considered one of the main tourist attractions of the city. The "Sunset Celebration" involves hundreds of tourists who arrive each night to view the sunset. The celebration includes arts and crafts exhibitors, street performers and food carts. It begins two hours before sunset, every day of the year.
Historic Marker number 44 is located at the end of Southard Street with the Ingham and Mohawk markers. The Outer Mole is a deep-berth pier that is 580 feet long with a deck height of 7 feet. It has been used to dock vessels up to 855 feet in length. The Navy retained ownership of the Mole Pier when the former Key West Naval Station was sold at public auction in 1986. It is currently used as a berth for Navy, Coast Guard, NOAA, and cruise ships.
Pier B
Pier B is located at the Westin. This Cruise ship disembarkation point is only a short distance from Mallory Square and very close to the major Key West activities.
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