November 2003 - This marina has been leveled to the ground and is no longer available.
Equipment: March 2002: Pablo Creek Marina put us on the outside fixed fuel dock because otherwise we couldn't get out at low tide in the morning. The old fuel dock is in the center of the photo
Their fuel was $1.32/gal for diesel. Dockage was $1/ft with $3 for 30 amp. They had a free internet line up in the office, which I got to use this time, as it was a weekday. In the past, I've used the fuel dock fax line. They had a maintenance and parts department and boat storage facility (for power boats) here. There were also bathrooms and showers.
The dock men were very helpful and knowledgable, but this marina was VERY isolated, and there was no place that you could walk to or bike to and eat now that Hurricane Hatties is closed.
Our charge at Beach Marine was $1.25/ft
Electric and tax added up to $9.20. I didn't get to check the internet availability although they say they have some.
Their website says they have wet slips for travelers, laundry facilities, dry storage, T docks, easy safe access to the Intracoastal Waterway. Diesel and marine gas are available as well as parts and supplies. Nearby stores and shops provide everything one needs. Permanent dockage for on-board living features phone service, 30 and 50 amp electrical service and cable.
Equipment: There isn't much current in the marina, but the current through the McCormick bridge which is right next to it is *extremely* fast at some states of tide.