DD (decimal degrees)  LATITUDE 24.725097   LONGITUDE -81.011745

DMS (degrees, minutes, seconds)  LATITUDE N24° 43' 30.35"  W81° 0' 42.282"


About Us


Bonefish Marina Condominium Association is a private marina located on Fat Deer Key in Marathon FL. Marathon, a town of approximately 12,000 fulltime residents, is located in the middle keys, 50 miles east of Key West. Marathon's claim to fame is its laid back attitude and great fishing for the likes of Dolphin, Snapper, Tuna and Grouper. Let's not forget deep drop fishing for Swordfish day or night. The almost always crystal clear Florida Keys water offers great opportunity for unique snorkeling & diving adventures.

Getting back to the marina we are a live aboard Marina with 48 slips most of our slips are 14 to 16 feet wide, either 40 or 50 feet long and our average water depth is 6 feet. Each slip service's include 220 volt/50 amp electrical connection, water and cable, all supplied through a pedestal located at the head of the slip. Pump out is available at your slip on Tuesday & Friday. Hard wired phone service is available at some slips. Password enabled, wireless INTERNET is also available. The largest vessel we can accommodate is 65 feet long by 24 feet wide. We almost always have slips available for rent either on a weekly or monthly basis. Please see our rental page or give us a call in the office. We are not set up for single night slip rental.

Our community support building offers a lower open 500 sq.ft. area  with private TIKI bar, gas grill, Galley & bathroom that we use for social gatherings. Upstairs we have two bathrooms with shower, an open sitting area and two washer/dryer combos.  

By water our Marina entrance is from Key Colony Channel with unrestricted access to the Atlantic ocean. We are also located next to the 13 story Bonefish Towers building which is the tallest building in the Florida Keys and easily visible for more than 10 miles. The Bonefish Towers building makes our Marina easy to located by water or land. You are also just minutes from the Florida Bay (Gulf of Mexico) access to the Bay is via Vaca Cut which has a vertical clearance of 15 feet