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Our 60 slip Marina nestled inside a completely sheltered bay offers dockage with 30 AMP and 50 AMP metered electric and water, a bathhouse with laundry facility, boat launch ramp, fuel, pump out system, dry storage, and a ships store.

Riverfront seawall docks are also available for Guests and Vistors to Astor Bridge Marina and Motel.

On premise, on-site Managers are available to accommodate all inquiries and needs.

Annual Lease
$8.25 per foot
Minimum of 24 feet
(based on year lease)
Monthly Rental
$8.50 per foot
Weekly Rental
$2.00 per foot per day.
Stay 6 days and get the 7th day free! Electric included.
$40.00 minimum nightly
Transient Rental
$2.00 per foot per day.
25’ minimum
Electric included.

Additional $100.00 per month
plus tax.

Boat Launch
$10.00 Ramp Fee
Holding Tank Pump Out Service
All pump outs: $5.00
All slips have free water and metered electric available. Rates are charged on the greater of slip size or length on boat. Management reserves the right to adjust rates at the rates at their discretion.

Security Deposit $300.00 for watercraft under 50’
$400.00 50 foot and up.

Astor Bridge Marina is a current and active participant in The Florida Clean Marina Program. A voluntary designation program with a proactive approach to environmental stewardship.

Fuel and oil spills in the water must be contained and cleaned up. Reporting to the US Coast Guard National Response Center at 800-424-8802 is required. Marina staff will respond to begin containment and assessment of the spill, and coordinate with Astor Bridge Marina Corporate contact persons making additional contacts are required by State and Federal law. If contact cannot be made with the owner of unattended vessel and urgency is required to contain the environmental exposure, staff will immediately handle the situation and bill responsible party for containment supplies. Check your bilges often, keep petroleum product absorbent pads/socks in your bilge at all times while in Marina waters.

Oil is defined as ‘oil of any kind or in any form, including but not limited to petroleum, fuel oil, sludge, oil refuse, and oil mixed with waste other than dredged spoil and oily mixtures’. This also includes non-petroleum oils, synthetic oils, animal fats, oils and greases and vegetable oils.

A single gallon of fuel can contaminate over a million gallons of water. The cumulative effects of small spills has a serious impact on coastal and fresh water areas.

Petroleum Control and Spill Prevention

A single gallon of fuel can contaminate 750,000 gallons of water. The cumulative effect of multiple small spills can have a serious impact on our environment. Fuel can be easily spilled into surface waters from the fuel tank air vent while fueling a boat, and oil can be easily discharged during bilge pumping. Gasoline spills can be a safety problem because of gasoline’s flammability. Hydrocarbons are dangerous to aquatic plants and animals both at and below the water surface. Vessels 26 feet and longer are required to display a U.S. Coast Guard oily waste discharge placard. Clean Water Act, Section 311 10.

Actions to Take While Fueling:

  • Fuel your boat on the upland.
  • Listen to your boat. The tank gurgles before it’s full.
  • Keep your hand on the nozzle. Do not use the handle stop.
  • Use a vent collection device to capture escaping fuel.
  • If your tank overfills, use rags for cleanup. When finished cleaning, give soiled rags to the marina operator for proper disposal.
  • Do not hose off spilled fuel into the water.
  • Notify marina management immediately if a fuel spill occurs.
  • Do not use soaps or detergents on spills. This makes the problem worse and violates federal law.

Actions You Can Take for Bilge Oils:

  • Use a proper preventative maintenance schedule to reduce oil contamination.
  • Do not discharge bilge water overboard while on the water.
  • Keep engines tuned and in fine working condition.
  • Regularly check seals, gaskets, hoses, connections and fittings for leaks, drips and damage.
  • Clean and maintain bilges. Do not use detergents for cleaning.
  • Use absorbent pads to remove oil from the bilge. Oil absorbent or bio-remediating bilge booms work great.
  • Before pumping bilge water, use water/oil separators or absorbents to soak up any loose oil.
    • Trailer your boat   to an area that provides containment for bilge and boat plug discharges.
  • Recycle or properly dispose of used oil and absorbent material.

Tenants must have the following on file with the Port Of Call Yacht Club d/b/a Astor Bridge Marina corporate office:

  • Completed and executed Application for Dockage.
  • Proof of Ownership of watercraft.
  • Current Certificate of Insurance listing Astor Bridge Marina as Additional Insured.
  • Photo of Boat.

Download Copy of Application for Dockage

Distance in Statute Miles

ICW I-95 Ortega River I-295 Palatka Buffalo Bluff N End Lake George Astor Blue Spring I-4 Monroe Harbour
ICW 0.0 17.7 22.8 29.1 74.3 85.0 105.0 121.0 141.0 156.0 160.0
I-95 17.7 0.0 2.7 9.2 54.4 65.1 84.8 101.0 121.0 137.0 141.0
Ortega River 22.8 2.7 0.0 6.3 51.5 62.2 81.9 98.1 119.0 134.0 138.0
I-295 29.1 9.2 6.3 0.0 45.2 55.7 75.6 91.8 112.0 127.0 131.0
Palatka 74.3 54.4 51.5 45.2 0.0 10.3 30.4 46.6 67.0 82.1 86.1
Buffalo Bluff 85.0 65.1 62.2 55.7 10.3 0.0 19.7 35.8 56.4 71.4 75.4
N  Lk George 105.0 84.8 81.9 75.6 30.4 19.7 0.0 16.2 36.7 51.8 55.8
Astor 121.0 101.0 98.1 91.8 46.6 35.8 16.2 0.0 20.5 35.5 39.5
Blue Spring 141.0 121.0 119.0 112.0 67.0 56.4 36.7 20.5 0.0 15.1 19.1
I-4 156.0 137.0 134.0 127.0 82.1 71.4 51.8 35.5 15.1 0.0 4.0
Monroe Harbour 160.0 141.0 138.0 131.0 86.1 75.4 55.8 39.5 19.1 4.0 0.0

ICW I-95 Ortega River I-295 Palatka Buffalo Bluff N End Lake George Astor Blue Spring I-4 Monroe Harbour

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Astor Bridge Marina
1575 W. State Road 40
Astor, Florida 32102
1 (386) 749-4407


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