|PINE ISLAND COMMERCIAL MARINA (PICM)|
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6001 Maria Dr.
St. James City, FL
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Monday thru Friday the activity at PICM is limited to commercial use only. Recreational boaters may use the ramp on Saturdays, Sundays and Lee County recognized holidays. Gate opens at 6:30 a.m. and closes at 8:30 p.m. For more information about this ramp and boat ramp locations, visit www.leeparks.org, or view the Lee County Boater’s Guide by visiting www.lee-county.com and entering “boaters guide” in the search window.
This Marina has a single lane boat ramp with parking spots for vehicles with boat trailers. Daily parking fee of $ 10. This Marina is limited to commercial use Monday thru Friday. The $60 Lee County Parks & Recreation annual parking sticker honored on weekends and county holidays only. Commercial use information. PICM PARKING DECAL (Required to park Monday - Friday) $200 per year (Regular business hours 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.) PICM PARKING DECAL II (Required to park Monday - Friday) $400 per year (24 hours) PINE ISLAND COMMERCIAL MARINA RATES Wet Slip Rental with an annual lease (includes one PICM PD II per slip) $400 monthly Wet Slip Rental on a monthly basis $500 monthly Barge rate with an annual lease (includes two PICM PD II) $5,000 monthly Bump fee for barges to load and/or unload (not to exceed 24 hours) $400 daily Bump fee for boats to load and/or unload (not to exceed 24 hours) $50 daily parking $10 daily To all motorized vessel operators using PICM
Significant prop scarring of the seagrass flats between the Pine Island Commercial Marina and Demere Key is evident in the January 2010 aerial photograph attached to the seagrass memo. These seagrass beds need to heal.
Effective immediately all motorized vessel are to use the marked channel along the Demere Key causeway (A posted No Wake Zone). A reminder regarding Florida Law as posted at the marina: “Destruction of Seagrass in Aquatic Preserves is a violation of Florida Law (Section 253.04(3)(a)F.S.) and carries a penalty of up to $1000.”
Notice: A SALTWATER FISHING LICENSE IS STILL REQUIRED FOR FLORIDA RESIDENTS WHO SALTWATER FISH FROM SHORE. HOWEVER THERE IS NO FEE FOR RESIDENTS. Read more here.
|Formerly the Lee County Fishermen's Cooperative. It was Purchased by Lee County in February 2006 to serve the bridgeless barrier islands of Lee County including Upper Captiva, aka North Captiva, Useppa Island, Cabbage Key and Cayo Costa.|