In the very center of the Gulf Coast's finest beaches, bays, and bayous, you'll find a sportfishing and boating haven. Orange Beach Marina, a full service marina in a fully protected harbor, is conveniently accessible from the Gulf, TennTom, Intercoastal Waterway, Mobile or Pensacola Bay. There's a full service private airport within minutes, and commercial flights are as close by as Mobile and Pensacola.
On the premises you will find Fisher's at Orange Beach Marina - Upstairs & Dockside. One restaurant with 2 different concepts and menus.
On-site boat and yacht sales, brokerage, engine repair, fishing charters, water sports/parasail and dockstore make this facility truly unique and the finest of Gulf Coast and Orange Beach marinas.
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Ten Minutes by boat from Orange Beach Marina, you can leave Perdido Pass into some of the world's best sport fishing. There's an abundance of snapper, ling, mackerel, wahoo, grouper, and dolphin close inshore while a southerly course into deep water soon puts you in one of the hottest bill fishing areas in the country. When you're not sportfishing or boating, there are eight premier golf courses within minutes and four historic forts dating back to the Civil War era. The entire family can also enjoy swimming, snorkeling and water-skiing in nearby creeks, coves and lagoons. And if that's not enough...
To the east and just 20 minutes away by car you will discover the cradle of naval aviation at the Pensacola Naval Air Station, home of the Blue Angels, the Navy's precision flying team, and the worlds second largest naval air museum complete with I-max theater and over 140 aircraft. This attraction is the second largest public attraction in the state of Florida. Another 10 minutes eastward will put you in the middle of downtown Pensacola, a waterfront city that has been under 5 different flags and is replete with history, good restaurants and shops.
Twelve miles to the north-west of Orange Beach is the Tanger Outlet Center, one of the south's largest factory outlet centers with over 120 well-known stores. Another 15 minutes and you'll be on the eastern shore of Mobile Bay and in Fairhope, a colorful and charming little town with flowered and tree lined streets filled with interesting little shops - antiques, art, crafts.
At Orange Beach Marina you are surrounded by history, by water, by fish, by boats, by restaurants, by golf courses, and by many other interesting places to visit and things to do. Although it has the look and feel of the islands you don't need your passport nor do you have to fly the quarantine flag. There is something for everyone at Orange Beach Marina. See for yourself why discriminating yachtsmen and sport fisherman make Orange Beach Marina their homeport.