Located on the East side of the Indian River Lagoon, just north of the Merrill Barber (Highway 60) Bridge, the City of Vero Beach prides itself on being a center for maritime information and hospitality for over 3,000 visiting boats each year. These visiting boaters spend a phenomenal 20,000 overnights with us. Rental moorings and slips are available on a daily, weekly or monthly basis (call for monthly details). Gasoline, diesel, and pump out services are available on our 70 feet fuel dock. Approaches to the fuel dock are 8 to 10 feet.
City Fuel Dock in the 1950's
Facilities & Services
Facilities and services include:
Bicycle and Vehicle Parking
Free Bus Service to Town
Mail Drop and Pick-Up
Park With Picnic Shelters and Barbecues
Waste Oil Disposal
The mission of the Vero Beach Municipal Marina is to provide efficient first class service at reasonable cost to resident and visiting boaters in a manner that reflects well on the character of the City of Vero Beach. In order to fulfill our mission Marina personnel are trained to:
Exercise time and material cost consciousness, while implementing business practices that meet Marina Industry and City Standards. These practices are carried out in a labor-intensive activity requiring acute safety awareness on the part of each employee.
Act as goodwill ambassadors for the city by promoting tourism and local business patronage.
Insure that Marina and Mooring operations maintain a favorable relationship with neighboring residents, clubs and businesses.
To promote Clean Marina practices and assist in developing programs and procedures to keep the Indian River clean and environmentally safe.