For boaters and yachtsmen the Oyster Bay Harbour Marina is a true find located just one mile from the
Intracoastal Waterway and only four miles to the open Atlantic Ocean, via a deep water channel.
Whether you're into sport fishing or a true blue water sailor, our marina's boat slips are equipped with all the modern amenities on floating docks in the calmest and most protected waters this side of the Chesapeake Bay. The marina offers clubhouse facilities with restaurant, fitness rooms, locker rooms, bar, pool and pool deck of discriminating quality.
There are fabulous, modern and state of the art amenities
available at the Oyster Bay Yacht Club and Marina.
The perfect place for a casual drink and conversation with friends, the Tiki Hut is a fun gathering place right on the dock by the marina. Watch the boats come and go and enjoy the amazing Florida breezes.
On the Docks
The state of the art floating docks have all the modern conveniences. Our Harbor Master Captain Chris Edenfield is always ready to help with all facets of the boating experience.
• Five floating docks offer both port and starboard full length fingers to accommodate boats from 40 to 65 feet in length.
• Electric, water, fire suppression equipment and in-slip wastewater clean-outs are standard features in all slips at the marina.
• The marina offers an experienced, full time Harbour Master to accommodate all of our marina and slip needs.
Oyster Bay Harbour Marina is a private neighborhood perk, but if you want to take Oyster Bay for a test drive, we would be happy to show you around the property while you tie up for up to a week to learn more about us, our neighborhood, Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach and Northeast Florida.
For availability of lengths, beam widths, slip locations and pricing, call 904 261 4759 and talk to our harbormaster Chris Edenfield (904-261-4773)
Harbour Master: Captain Chris Edenfield
Chris is a native Floridian from Amelia Island where he grew up near the ocean surfing and fishing with his father who is still a charter captain in the area.
After graduation from Florida State University in 1994. he began his maritime career as an engineer on shrimp boats and casino boats in Northeast Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.
In 1996, Chris began working on yachts and after gaining a USCG 500 Ton Master License, he soon began captaining mega yachts and supply ships up to 175' in length. He has extensively cruised the Mediterranean, Bahamas, Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, New England and Canada.
Having heard of Oyster Bay Harbour for many years, Chris eagerly joined the crew of OBYC when given the opportunity. He enjoys chatting with members, guests and fellow mariners who share his passion for boating and the love of the sea.