Island Moorings Marina Boat Slips and Transient Docks

The area's best full-service marina featuring Floating and Covered Boat slips, Transient docks, and the area's only Private Boat Ramp!

*We are no longer offering Live Aboard contracts at the marina.*

Slip Rates Effective January 1, 2016

Pay up front by
Cash or Check
3% discount
Pay up Front by
Credit Card
Slip Length Annual Annual Month-to-month
32’ $3666 $3780 $315
36’ $4132 $4260 $355
40’ $4597 $4740 $395
44’ $5063 $5220 $435
46’ $5238 $5400 $450
54’ $6809 $7020 $585
60’ $7566 $7800 $650
65’ $8206 $8460 $705

  • Annual Up Front Cash or Check payment includes a 3% discount.
  • Slip Rate is based on slip length - Boat may NOT extend beyond slip length.
  • Current photos of boat .
  • Copy of photo i.d. 
  • All boats must have proof of insurance on file at the marina office, a minimum of $300,000. 00 liability coverage is required. This MUST be kept current and on file.


SECURITY DEPOSITS

Security Deposit is equal to 1 month's dockage.

 
Electric is billed monthly


 
(Rates subject to change without notice.)

INCLUDES: Boat Ramp, Swimming Pool, Laundry Room, Bath House, Pump-out Facilities, Ship Store, Frozen Bait, Wi-Fi, Valvtect Fuel, Fish Cleaning Station and Paved Parking.
Our floating slips are state-of-the-art concrete floating docks. Electricity, water, portable pump-out units and free Wifi internet are available at every slip.

A floating dock consists of a flat rectangular pontoon and longitudinal towers. Our floating docks are made of steel and reinforced concrete and can rise on the towers and keep your boat secure and level up to 15ft!

Durability – The concrete walking surface will outlast other materials frequently used in marine construction. The pontoon ensures the concrete does not come into contact with salt water. Little-to-no maintenance is required, and the dock system can stand up to wind, boat waves, hurricane strength weather, sun, rain and saltwater.

Our covered docks are secure and most include lifts. We provide locked gates, security cameras and on-site security personnel. Availability is limited, please contact us for current status.

Covered Slip Rates Effective January 1, 2016

Pay up front by
Cash or Check
3% discount
Pay up Front by
Credit Card
16x33 $4830 $4980
$415
Lift Slips  Annual Annual Month-to-month
5,000 lbs. $5761 $5940 $495
7,500 lbs.
$5994 $6180 $515
10,000 lbs.
$6169 $6360 $530
13,000 lbs.
$6634 $6840 $570
16,000 lbs.
$6925 $7140 $595
20,000 lbs.
$7275 $7500 $625
27,000 lbs.
$7740 $7980 $665

  • Annual Up Front Cash or Check payment includes a 3% discount.
  • Slip Rate is based on slip length / lift weight capacity.
  • Lift slips require a 12 month contract.
  • All boats must have proof of insurance on file at the marina office, a minimum of $300,000 liability coverage is required. This MUST be kept current and on file.
  • Copy of photo i.d.

  • SECURITY DEPOSITS

    Security Deposit is equal to 1 month's dockage.
  • Any lift adjustment to accommodate a vessel will be billed separately.
 

(Rates subject to change without notice.)

INCLUDES: Boat Ramp, Swimming Pool, Laundry Room, Bath House, Pump-out Facilities, Ship Store, Frozen Bait, Wi-Fi, Valvtect Fuel, Fish Cleaning Station and Paved Parking.
We welcome visitors, yet recommend reservations.

Our transient rate is $35 per night for vessels up to 32'. It's $1 per foot over 32 feet. 30 amp power is $7 per night, and 50 amp power is $12 per night.

Stay 6 nights and your 7th night is free!

  • Transient stays are available up to 1 month's time. 
  • Transient stays beyond 1 month require contract.

Please call to reserve your slip
(361) 749-4100

All slip-holders have access to our private boat ramp and the public is welcome to use the launch for a small fee.

Memberships are available for the boat ramp. Visit our Private Boat Launch page for more information.

We have a complete ship store, gas and diesel Valvtect fuel, frozen bait, portable and drive up pump-out facilities,maintenance personnel, pool, laundry, showers, security and all the features you'd expect from a world class marina.

The Marina is conveniently located in the heart of the most exclusive neighborhood on Port Aransas. Adjacent to the airport, town trolley, golf course, near-by beach access and lodging.

We feature a gorgeous pool which is free for all slip-holders.
Rules and Regulations

ATTENTION: For the safety and enjoyment of the marina, all vessel owners, their guests and their crews MUST abide by the following rules and regulations:

Section 1
Regulations for mooring vessels

1.1 Laws and Regulations:
Violation of any city ordinances, state or federal laws, or violation of any
regulations of city, state or federal agencies shall be cause for the marina to
terminate the vessel owner’s dockage agreement immediately and to cause the
immediate removal of the owner’s vessel from the marina. Vessels shall conform
to all federal, state and city regulations concerning vessel safety and equipment.
Vessel owners must verify their current federal documentation or state registration
for all vessels berthed in the marina and be listed as a Legal Owner on such
papers to the satisfaction of the marina.

1.2 Mooring:
The marina assumes no responsibility for improperly moored vessels or
improperly tied lines. A minimum of 3/8” nylon line is required. The marina
reserves the right to replace defective lines when necessary and to charge the
vessel owner for the cost of such replacement.

1.3 Sinking and Leakage:
Should owner’s vessel sink in the marina, owner agrees to remove the vessel within 24 hours of its sinking. Marina may move or have the vessel removed at the owner’s expense. Any vessel experiencing more than normal leakage must be repaired or removed from the marina. Owners or operators are responsible for pumping out their vessels, as necessary. However, should an emergency develop whereby the marina uses its equipment and/or manpower to pump out a vessel in owner’s absence, such as the breakdown of the bilge pump, leads, bad lines or any other cause, the marina is authorized to make any necessary repairs as economically as possible which will then be charged to the vessel owner. Nothing herein gives rise to any cause of action, claim or other right for failure of the marina and its employees and agents from taking any action under Paragraph 1.3 or for any right, cause or claim arising from the method of action taken from the marina and its employees or agents.

1.4 Extending Options:
Vessels with bow pulpits or other extending objects from the bow or stern of the vessel must be tied back so said object does not extend over the top of the docks or beyond the end of the pier into the waterway. Vessels with swim platforms, outboard motors, rudders, and other extending objects from the stern must not extend to the fairway. Exceptions to this rule need marina approval.

1.5 Transient Docking:
All transient vessels must dock and register with the marina to be assigned to a slip. Check-out time for all transient vessels is 12 noon. Any vessels remaining in the marina after that time will be charged for an extra day unless prior arrangements have been made with the marina.

1.6 Water Discharge:
Discharge of heads, vessel toilets or holding tanks into the marina is a violation of U.S. Coast Guard regulations and these rules. Emptying of portable toilets in the restroom is prohibited. Waste oil must not be disposed of at the marina, but be disposed of by owner in accordance with federal regulations. Discharge of oil into the marina is a violation of U.S. Coast Guard regulations and these rules.

1.7 Vessel Condition:
Vessels docked in the marina must be seaworthy and be capable of moving under their own power. No vessel shall create a fire hazard, a sinking hazard or an unsightly condition. All vessels shall be properly moored. All vessels shall be kept in a neat and sightly appearance.

1.8 Auxiliary Craft:
Owner covenants and agrees that all additional vessels or crafts, including, but not limited to, runabouts, rowboats, dinghies, kayaks, and life rafts must be placed so as not to extend beyond owner’s primary vessel and owner hereby covenants and agrees if such craft are not capable of being stowed or stored in accordance with the covenant, a separate slip, if available, will be reserved and contracted from the marina.

1.9 Special Events/Slip Assignment:
The marina reserves the right to temporarily move, after notification to owner, owner’s vessel from the assigned slip in order to accommodate special events, including, but not limited to, marine boat shows and fishing tournaments. Marina hereby covenants not to unreasonably inconvenience owner and that such special events shall be for limited periods of time only. Vessels leaving for an extended cruise (more than 72 hours) shall so notify the marina. The marina reserves the right to rent all docks when vacant. Vessels found in unassigned slips will be moved at the owner’s expense.

Section 2
Regulations Regarding Operations Within the Marina

2.1 Marina Jurisdiction
Any vessel that enters the marina immediately comes under the jurisdiction of the marina. Accordingly, vessel owners must follow the instructions of the marina for the safety and well being of all persons and vessels using the marina.

2.2 Accident Procedure:
A responsible representative of each vessel shall immediately report to the marina, the time, place, cause and circumstances of any accident or injury to a passenger or other person, or damage to any property, in which a vessel is involved within the marina premises, and within 24 hours shall submit such information in writing to the marina.

2.3 No Wake Speed:
All vessels operating in the marina waters must proceed at idle and no-wake speed, so as to prevent damage or inquiry to any person or property. Vessel owners are liable for any and all damage caused to any person or property by vessel wake.

2.4 Marina Depth:
The marina will take responsible measures to maintain adequate depth in the marina but the marina shall in no event be held responsible for the owner running aground in any portion of the marina or its accesses, nor shall the marina be responsible for submerged objects such as mooring cables and other devices. Owner shall be responsible for the operation of the owner’s vessel within the marina and access depths and submerged object shall be the sole responsibility of the owner, and marina assumes no duty to notify or warn owner in the connection thereof. The marina is not responsible for the Piper Channel.

2.5 Safety Laws, Rules, and Regulations:
Owner agrees to comply with all laws pertaining to marina operations, including all safety rules and provisions, speed limits, warning signs, and any and all other indications for public or private safety.

2.6 Auxiliary Craft Operation:
Operation of auxiliary craft, including, but not limited to, jet-skis, wet-bikes, and wave-runners within the marina shall be at “idle speed” only. Storage of all auxiliary craft shall be securely upon the vessel and/or auxiliary craft extended beyond the end of the dock. Such craft may not be stored on trailers within the marina premises without the applicable “dry storage” fees.

Section 3
General Regulations of the Marina

3.1 Damage to Marina Property
Owner or operators of vessels shall immediately reimburse marina for any damage or defacement that they, their guests or their vessel may cause to marina property. Dockage agreement will not be renewed with owners or operators who have not satisfied such outstanding obligations within 30 days of such damage or defacement.

3.2 Smoking
Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the marina buildings, including the covered docks.

3.3 Hoses, Electrical Lines, and Water Usage:
Hoses and electrical lines may not run across the docks. Water supply hoses of unattended vessels shall be disconnected.

3.4 Consequential Loss, Utility Service Interruption:
The marina is not responsible for the loss of food or any other personal property stored upon the vessel resulting from interruption or discontinuance of electrical service or of any other reason whatsoever. Any electrical, mechanical or structural failures must be reported to the marina immediately so that such failures may be repaired.

3.5 Storage on Docks and Dock Boxes:
Docks and finger piers must be kept clear of stored materials. Vessel owners shall not store supplies, materials, accessories or debris on walkways. All dock boxes or any other fixture, device or accessory to be attached or made part of the dock or any common area must be performed or approved by marina to prevent damage to marina property. Communication Dish installation; Dish must be mounted with-in the inside confines of the slip perimeter.

3.6 Repair and Maintenance:
Repair and maintenance of dock facilities must be performed by marina personnel only. Only marina employees or agents will perform alterations or additions to dock facilities. Painting, scraping or repairing of gear shall not be permitted on the docks or finger piers unless improved in writing by the marina. Routine maintenance and minor necessary repairs are generally considered to be those which do not disturb the public peace and tranquility of any person aboard any boat within the jurisdiction of the marina. No other repairs or maintenance may be performed in the marina without the marina’s prior written consent. No individual or company will be allowed access to docks or boats to work or clean without proof of liability insurance and Workman’s Compensation. They must check in at the marina office before entering the dock area.

3.7 Parking:
All vessel owners and operators are expected to be considerate of other boaters with respect to parking spaces. If your boating party consists of more than one vehicle, the other vehicle must be parked in less crowded areas. Short-term parking of RV’s and campers is strictly prohibited. Vehicles parked in the “No Parking” areas or areas that are not designated as parking spaces will be towed away at the owner’s expense. Guest parking may, at the marina’s election, be regulated and/or limited. If more than three (3) guest vehicles are to be parked on premises at any time, owner shall notify the marina.

3.8 Laundry, Refuse, and Miscellaneous:
Laundry shall not be hung on vessels, docks or finger piers in the marina. Refuse and garbage must not be thrown overboard. Garbage in plastic bags shall be deposited in cans and/or dumpsters supplied for that purpose. Notify the marina of anything that will not fit in these cans. Under no circumstances whatsoever shall a person discharge oil, spirits, inflammable liquid or oil bilges into the marina or trash receptacles.

3.9 Disorderly Conduct:
Disorderly or indecorous conduct by a vessel owner, employee, visitor, guest, family member or other will cause the immediate removal from the marina of the vessel in question. Public intoxication, profanity or abusive language directed at anyone will not be tolerated. The guest of a vessel owner who causes or threatens to harm the person or property of any other vessel owner, marina employee or member of the public will be subject to immediate removal from the marina. Noise shall be kept to a minimum at all times. All persons using the marina shall use discretion in operating engines, generators, radios, and television sets so as not to create a nuisance or disturbance. The use of mechanical tools such as buffers, sanders, rug cleaners or compressors on the exterior is restricted.

3.10 Pets:
When on marina property pets must be controlled by the owners at all times.
Pets must be on a leash or in/on the owner’s vessel at all times. Pets are not to be chained or tied to the catwalks, docks or sidewalks. If a pet defecates on marina property, the owner must clean it up. Pets are restricted to normal domestic animals.

3.11 Commercial Activities:
Except as specially authorized in writing by the marina, solicitation or advertising for any purpose on the water or land areas of the marina is prohibited. Your vessel and dock are not to be used for any commercial purpose, including rental, the carrying of passengers for hire, boat brokerage, or the operation of any fishing charter or services unless you maintain written authorization from the marina. Owner shall not permit the entry of any solicitors, brokerage, salespeople, and/or any unauthorized agents to the marina. Owner warrants that the vessel is used for pleasure or business entertainment only, and that the owner is not in the business of selling vessels or any type of marina equipment.

3.12 Swimming, Fishing, and Miscellaneous Activities:
Swimming or diving is prohibited from the docks and piers. Fishing is allowed only from vessel owners slip area. Do not clean fish within the boat area. The discharging of fireworks is prohibited.

3.13 Security:
Security gates provide protection for all vessel owners. Gates must be closed and locked at all times. Marina is not responsible for failure of any third party, including, but not limited to, vessel owners, guests or agents of vessel owners or guests or agents of marina to lock and secure gates.

3.14 Vessel Equipment:
Only manufactured boat fenders are approved by the marina. Homemade fenders and tires are therefore not permitted. The marina must approve any fender or similar equipment to be attached to the dock.

3.15 Sailboats
All sailboats must have halyards tied or secured. Sailboats must be operated under power within the marina.

3.16 Release of Vessel:
Owner’s vessel shall not be released from dockage unless and until owner pays marina any and all fees and charges required thereunder.

3.17 Insurance:
Vessel owners must carry insurance minimum $300,000.00 Liability Coverage is required. Owners must provide marina with current insurance at all times. Marina will not be responsible for damage or loss to vessels or equipment.

3.18 Admittance:
Admittance to the marina is restricted to the marina’s customers and their guests. All guests of vessel owners are subject to all marina rules and regulations.
Security gates must be closed after entering or exiting docks

3.19 Sale, Purchase, and Exchange of Boats:
Any sale, purchase or exchange of boats occupying moorings must be immediately reported to management. Neither “For Sale” signs nor any other signs may be posted without permission from the management. Advertising or soliciting is not permitted on any boat within the marina. Neither the boat nor the marina may be used for business purposes without specific written permission of management.

3.20 Utilities: Electrical
Electrical usage shall be metered; owner shall be billed on a monthly basis. Marina makes no guaranty that electricity or water will be available at any or all times.

ALL AMENITIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR ALL CUSTOMERS

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Island Moorings Marina / 3500 Island Moorings Parkway / Port Aransas, Texas  78373

  www.islandmoorings.com   (361) 749-4100

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