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Old 03-15-2019, 07:28 AM
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New to area. Looking for Marina around Daytona or New Smyrna area close to Ponce inlet. that has dry storage and will put your boat into water as part of storage fee. Would like to also know how long it would take to get to the inlet from different Marina storage areas, by boat. My goal is to get into the ocean as fast as possible. It seems there are Marinas around Daytona beach, but on a map, seem far from the only inlet into the ocean.
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Old 03-16-2019, 01:29 PM
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Sounds like your best bet would be Inlet Harbor in Ponce Inlet. From there it’s 10 min to the inlet plus the Off The Hook restaurant there is awesome.

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Old 03-16-2019, 02:59 PM
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i have my boat at inlet harbor marina. not sure what you mean by " dry storage" as in a warehouse like blue points marina in port canaveral. i don't believe there is anywhere out of ponce inlet / nsb that has indoor dry storage. the only place that does is outriggers, but you have to buy the dry storage spot, and that is only available to the condo owners who live there. ponce inlet does take your boat in and out of the water with their marina bull. but it is stored out outdoor racks.
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Old 03-18-2019, 10:56 AM
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Originally Posted by PelagicHunter View Post
i have my boat at inlet harbor marina. not sure what you mean by " dry storage" as in a warehouse like blue points marina in port canaveral. i don't believe there is anywhere out of ponce inlet / nsb that has indoor dry storage. the only place that does is outriggers, but you have to buy the dry storage spot, and that is only available to the condo owners who live there. ponce inlet does take your boat in and out of the water with their marina bull. but it is stored out outdoor racks.
Not entirely true. All of the spots in the stack house at Outriggers are privately owned, but you don't have to be a condo owner to purchase one. Also, there are some owners who don't have a boat and sublet their slip. The rental price is arranged between owner and the person who is subletting. You can call the marina to get on the list for the stack-house rentals.
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Old 03-18-2019, 11:36 AM
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Yes, what I meant was rack or lift. Anything out of the water. I checked out the Inlet Harbor Marina online. Looks good.
Is there any rack or lift marina, that anyone would recommend on the 'mainland' side, near the inlet? Mainland being the west side of the river. I was thinking it would be quicker to jump off the 95 then to go over bridge and take the residential streets to the marina.
I visited the lighthouse once long ago. Seemed like it was kinda a long drive from Daytona. I might be wrong. I will be living near the 95 and LPGA
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Old 03-18-2019, 11:40 AM
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This will be your only option on the West side and it is pretty far north of the inlet:

https://www.suntex.com/marina/daytona-beach

Just south of Seabreeze bridge in Daytona. And I know they have length and weight limitations, so it depends on what size boat you are looking to store. But you do get access to the pool and they sell fuel to members only.
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