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The Best Marina in Miami

Anybody have an opinion on the best marina in Miami? Anybody ever been to Miami Beach Marina? How are the facilities? Security? Staff?

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miami beach marina is a very nice facility. it seems to be pretty well secured w/ fences, security guards and well lit. nice restaurant w/ pool and a marine store and grocery store. not a great price per foot, so not sure if it''s the best spot for monthly slip. Sealine marina is better for monthly prices and it''s facility in solid but not in the south beach scene and not as catered. It''s across the causeway, on the right, in front of a couple of hotels in a "convention center" type location.
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