When you live on a bridge-less island, transportation is key. Boaters from every corner of the U.S. share a culture, passion and respect for the water. Useppa Island is a favorite of boaters. From the privacy and tranquility, to the water activities, Useppa Island is a gem on Florida’s Southwest Gulf Coast.
Arrive By Water
Owners, members and guests primarily arrive on Useppa via their own boats. There is also a Club launch which runs several round-trips a day, depending on season, along with a Water Taxi service. Useppa’s land-port in on the northern tip of Pine Island. Experienced boaters can rent a boat for the day/week from Four Winds Marina.
Useppa Island Marina
Dockage for visitors is located at the Island’s main marina. Full service, with 50 slips for vessels 15 to 110 feet. The Useppa Marina is easily accessible from the ICW, with a 10’ channel depth to “A” dock.
Located on the east side of the ICW, between ICW Markers 64 and 65.
When you’re surrounded by water, it’s a good idea to have dockage.
From expansive private docks to accommodate larger water craft, to community slips where you can easily tie up, homes on Useppa Island are equipped with dockage to meet your lifestyle.
Arrive by Seaplane: http://keywestseaplanes.com/ftmyers_tampa.html
Arrvie by Helicopter: http://www.flylcpa.com/fmy
Arrive by Water Taxi: www.bookeeliawatertaxi.com
This leisurely lifestyle promotes leisurely on-island transportation. Since there are no cars, the primary choice for transportation on Useppa Island is via bicycle, electric golf cart, and feet, of course. Depending on your destination, a quiet stroll is often the best choice to truly experience this unmatched tropical location. With a captivating Pink Path, warm breezes, butterflies, wildlife and stunning plant life, just a walk delivers a special journey.