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Marathon Yacht Club
The Friendliest Club in Florida 


The Club has a 22 slip marina located in a basin just west of the clubhouse  The basin was created in the early 20th century when the Florida East Coast Railroad needed fill material for the Key West Extension.  Consequently, the water is deep to the shore.
We welcome visitors from FCYC and  ARYC.  We can accommodate boats up to 67 feet in length.

For more information, contact our Office Administrator, Cassandra.


The marina was completely rebuilt in 2011 with fixed wooden docks, and in early 2024 we finished replacing the docking with Trex. Each slip has 30 and 50 amp power, water hose and cable TV. There is pump-out at each slip and a new pump was installed in June 2024. (Before using the pump, please see the office for directions) There is free wi-fi throughout the club grounds.
There is a covered patio with tables, chairs and a gas grill available to marina residents and visitors.
There are two private shower rooms each with a toilet, vanity and shower.
There are laundry facilities (new machines installed in 2024) and an exchange library.
All other club facilities such as the barrestaurant and pool are available to our visitors as well. Please be courteous, observe quiet time after 10:00 pm, and follow our Port and Dock Rules.


The Club is located at mile marker 49 on the Overseas Highway in the heart of Marathon.  Within a mile are numerous bars and restaurants, marine, grocery, liquor, and drug stores.  We are across the street from the hospital and one block down from the new public library.
There are boat yards and mechanics in Marathon that can make any repair required.
We have numerous local taxi companies in town to take you anywhere you need, as well as rental car agencies at the Marathon Airport.



Latitude 2442’ 50” N

Longitude 08105’ 46” W

From a position 1/4 nm west of G17 on the ICW steer a course of 153o  true for a distance of 1.35nm.  This will bring you to the outer (and only) markers for our channel.  Proceed down the channel passing the public launching ramp on your left.  You will be headed directly for slips 3 and 4 (see diagram below).
Click here to see a view of the approach from Florida Bay.

Click here to see a chart of the approach from the ICW.

Slip Diagram