The Official Website of the City of Gulfport



Denis Frain, CMM Harbormaster
4630 29th Ave South, Gulfport, FL 33711
Coordinates: 27′-44′-00″ North 82′-42′-00″ West


About the Marina

Marina Logo. Picture of boats, water and sunset.

Gulfport Municipal Marina lies on approximately eleven (11) acres of land and approximately seven and one half (7.5) acres of water. Marina property is surrounded by mostly residential single family homes. The marina basin is enclosed with a concrete seawall and provides one hundred ninety two (192) wet slips open to the public. The marina includes twenty five (25) dry boat storage spaces, ship store with restrooms and showers, public boat ramp with seventy (70) boat trailer parking spaces, two fueling stations, lighted range markers and guest docking facility.

Clam Bayou is adjacent to the East side of the marina channel. The park offers several fishing docks as well as passive walking trails, dock walk, kayak launch and Osprey nests.

Mooring Field

The City of Gulfport Mooring Field is the ideal destination for the traveling sailor. With options to stay for a day, week, or month, we’re conveniently located in the heart of downtown. Our engineered moorings offer a variety of amenities for transient boaters wishing to anchor out in the bay.

The City of Gulfport Mooring Field is located south of the Gulfport Casino, Williams Pier, and Municipal Beach.

Twenty-five mooring locations are available year round-view mooring map for details

Online reservations are required: Select Mooring to reserve your spot now!

The Gulfport Municipal Mooring rental rates:

  • Daily – $22.00*
  • Weekly – $135.00*
  • Monthly – $337.00*

A long-term -six-month (6) maximum mooring will require a (1) one-month deposit.

*Plus applicable sales tax.

Mooring Rates include:

  • Full Service Mooring Field/Marina Staff
  • Marina Shower/Restroom Facilities
  • Marina Day Room/Library
  • Mooring Field Pump-out Vessel
  • Mail Service
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Dinghy Dock
  • Fuel Dock/Ship Store
  • On-Shore Trash & Recycling
  • Potable Water available at Marina
  • Wi-Fi Access
  • Access to Marina Boat Ramp.

Inclusive of City waters, the mooring field is managed to ensure compliance with the Clean Vessel Act, minimize damage to seagrass colonies, and provide a safe, secure harbor for the boating community. Pinellas County Water and Navigation Control Authority—Environmental Management, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, and the US Army Corps of Engineers have approved and granted permits for the mooring field.

Boaters, click here to view recommended mooring ball attachment methods. For more information and/or questions, please contact Marina Director and Harbormaster Denis Frain at (727) 893-1104 or


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Ship Store

Winter Hours

Monday to Thursday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday to Sunday: 7:00 am to 5:30 pm
Holidays: 7:00 am to 5:30 pm

Summer Hours

Monday to Thursday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday to Sunday: 7:00 am to 6:30 pm
Holidays: 7:00 am to 6:30 pm

The Gulfport Marina Ship Store is open seven (7) days a week, three hundred sixty three (363) days a year. It contains the office of the Harbormaster and marina staff. The store provides drinks, sandwiches, snacks, marine supplies, live and frozen bait, and full tackle. There are two restroom facilities with showers. The store transmits free internet access to all marina patrons and guest docking facilities.

Two public pump-out stations are located on site adjacent to the fuel dock. On average, the marina pumps out over seven hundred (700) vessels annually, disposing of twenty thousand (20,000) gallons of sewage annually. The marina’s fueling capacity is ten thousand five hundred (10,500) gallons of mid-grade gasoline and twelve thousand five hundred (12,500) gallons of dyed diesel fuel. The ship store has two fueling stations with gas and diesel at each fuel dispenser. The marina boasts a floating fuel dock of one hundred forty feet. The marina pumped one hundred twenty-two thousand nine hundred (122,900) gallons of mid-grade gas and seventy thousand (70,000) gallons of diesel fuel this fiscal year. Marina staff assisted in fueling four thousand eight hundred thirty-one (4,000) vessels.

Amenities and Services

  • We now have free bridge access to the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Easy access to the Intercostal Water Way.
  • 250 wet slips
  • 30-50AMP Individual Pump Outs
  • Monthly & Transient Rentals
  • Launching Ramp
  • Kayak Launch and Storage
  • Extremely Well-Protected Basin
  • Marine Supplies
  • Public Pump Outs
  • Live and Frozen Bait
  • Fishing Tackle
  • Gas & Diesel
  • Snacks & Drinks

Storm Preparations 

Preparing your boat before a hurricane is crucial to minimize damage and ensure safety for both your vessel and surrounding areas. By taking proactive measures and following these guidelines, you can significantly reduce the risk of damage to your boat and increase the likelihood of a safe outcome during a hurricane.

Here are some essential steps to consider:

  • Anchor or Moor Properly: If unable to move the boat to a safer location, anchor or moor it securely using multiple anchors and heavy-duty mooring lines. Ensure that the anchor is set properly to withstand strong winds and waves.
  • Document and Insure: Take photos or videos of your boat’s condition before the storm for insurance purposes. Review your insurance policy to understand coverage and ensure it’s up to date.
  • Remove Sails, Canvas, and Electronics: Take down and stow sails, canvas covers, and any other loose items that could catch wind and cause damage. Store electronics and valuables in a safe, waterproof location ashore.
  • Double Check Lines and Fenders: Ensure that all lines are properly secured and doubled up if necessary. Use chafe protection to prevent damage from rubbing against pilings or other boats. Adequate fenders should be in place to provide cushioning against impacts.
  • Reduce Windage: Remove or secure items on deck such as antennas, flags, and Bimini tops. Lowering or removing the mast may also reduce windage and minimize the risk of damage.
  • Secure a Safe Location: Ideally, move your boat to a designated hurricane hole, a well-protected marina, or a sturdy dock with high pilings. Avoid leaving your boat in open water or at a vulnerable dock.
  • Bilge Pump and Batteries: Ensure that the bilge pump is functioning properly and the batteries are fully charged. Consider installing a backup power source or bilge pump in case of power failure.
  • Close Seacocks and Hatches: Shut off all through-hull fittings and close seacocks to prevent water ingress. Seal hatches and windows securely to prevent flooding below deck.
  • Plan for Evacuation: Prepare a detailed plan for evacuating your boat if necessary. Identify nearby shelters or safe locations where you can seek refuge in case of an emergency.
  • Stay Informed: Monitor weather forecasts and stay updated on the storm’s progress. Follow any evacuation orders issued by local authorities and be prepared to take action accordingly.