The Legend is Back


The full service Oceanside Marina has re-opened and is leasing wet slips, dry rack and trailer storage to the motor yachting, cruising and sport fishing nautical community, just in time for the summer fishing season in beautiful Key West, Florida.

Brandy Marine International, L.L.C. Brandy Marine is the veteran Sarasota, FL marina management, design and consulting firm is managing Oceanside Marina.

Oceanside Marina is Key West’s gateway to the Atlantic Ocean. They have been host to over 400 IGFA world records, more than any other marina in the United States. Hundreds of vessels each year use the facility as their jump point to Cuba, Mexico, Cayman Islands, the Dry Tortugas and many other southern destinations. Key West is currently experiencing sunny, 80+ degree weather. Perfect for cruising, fishing and enjoying an exotic, tropical atmosphere.

Oceanside re-opened in December, 2010 with:

Wet slips ranging in size from 30’ to 140’ in length
Dry rack storage up to 30’ in length
In-slip Internet service, electricity, water and pump-out
24/7 security
Full-service fuel dock with gasoline/diesel
Marina office and tackle shop
Laundry facilities
On-board catering and provisioning available
VHF channels 16 and 78 monitored
Depths Entrance – 25′. Fuel Dock – 16′
Marina coordinates: Lat 24° 32’ 5”N Lon 81° 42’ 9”W

The marina is conveniently located only 5 minutes from the airport at 5950 Peninsular Ave., Key West, Florida 33040.

For reservations, contact General Manager Rob Rozelle at 305-294-4676 or by email at For information on event facilities or tournament planning, contact Bruce Blomgren, Brandy Marine International, at

One Response to “The Legend is Back”

  • Larry McCart says:

    What are your rates for one month for a 37 foot sailboat for January 2012? Are you Boat US affiliated? If so, what is the slip discount? Thank you…


Marina Hours:
Monday through Sunday
7 AM until 6 PM

Office Hours:
Monday through Friday
9 AM until 5 PM

(305) 294-4676

VHF Channel 16 & 78

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