This marina was COMPLETELY wiped out by the 2004 hurricanes. There is NOTHING there anymore. I don't know what the boats that were there will do now.
(This marina had two transient slips - first come first serve, and there was no dockmaster or persons at the marina to help you tie up or answer the phone or whatever. One of the transient spots was the face dock which you could see from the ICW. The payment was on the honor system - you put your money in an envelope and dropped it into the slot. Price when we were there was 75 cents a foot with electricity included. We also bought ice.)
In addition to the old hotel (originally named Barber House) and the restaurant, this place also has a marina which can take boats up to 100 feet with a 10 foot draft.
We attempted to get dock space here on the way north in April 2004, and they said they had no space.
Equipment: 2002 prices were 95 cents/ft. We have not stayed here. The URL is for the hotel.
This prominant blue building is a landmark in New Smyrna Beach. Their sign says they have free docks. Previously I've seen shrimp boats on their docks. This time I actually saw a sailboat there. I do not know what depth there is at these docks.