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Christmas Holiday Hours

santa beachSanta will be here soon! Please remember that Dauphin Island Marina will be closed from noon on Thursday, Dec. 17 through Monday, Jan. 4 for Christmas Holidays!

If you will need to access your boat in dry storage between these dates, please contact us no later than Wednesday, Dec. 16 to make arrangements!

Contact Us – Marina Office: (251) 861-2201

Merry Christmas!

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Dauphin Island Marina

Dauphin Island Marina
Fall/Winter Schedule


August 10 – September 7

Monday thru Friday 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday 6 am to 6 pm

September 8 – December 17

Tuesday thru Sunday 8 am to 5 pm
Closed on Mondays

Thanksgiving Holidays

We will close at noon on Wednesday, November 25 and reopen at 8 am on Tuesday, December 1.

Christmas Holidays

We will be closed from Friday, December 18 thru Wednesday, January 5. We will reopen at 8 am on January 5.

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Dauphin Island Marina Summer Hours

Beginning this Saturday, May 25 we will be open 6 am to 6 pm 7 days a week.

Dauphin Island Marina Summer Hours

 

Please note our updated hours and make sure to schedule your fishing charters, dolphin watches, kayak rentals accordingly.

Contact our office to make arrangements to get your boat out of storage or to reserve a fishing or dolphin watch tours. With the new hours we will be able to accommodate many more visitors and fishing enthusiasts.

 

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Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper Quota and 2013 Federal Recreational Season 

Season extended until July 5NOAA Fisheries announces a final rule for Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper. The rule sets the 2013 quotas for commercial and recreational red snapper harvest. The agency is increasing the quota because the population is growing. The red snapper overall quota will increase from the 2012 8.080 million pounds whole weight to 8.460 pounds whole weight for 2013. Recreational seasons will differ among the Gulf States.

Recreational Season

Alabama’s and Mississippi’s season length increased six days from 28 to a total of 34 days beginning at 12:01 a.m. June 1 and ending at one minute past midnight on July 5.

For more please click below;

http://www.nacocharters.org/news/alerts/gulf-of-mexico/1031-red-snapper-quota-and-2013-federal-recreational-season.html

 

Gulf Amberjack Closes in State and Federal Waters

The recreational harvest of greater amberjack in Gulf of Mexico state and federal waters closes June 1. Greater amberjack will reopen for harvest in Gulf of Mexico state and federal waters Aug. 1.

 

Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council Releases Draft Comprehensive Plan

Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council releases Draft Initial Comprehensive Plan: Restoring the Gulf Coast’s Ecosystem and Economy Council also names Executive Director to lead planning and implementation efforts

The Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council marked significant progress today with the public release of the Draft Initial Comprehensive Plan: Restoring the Gulf Coast’s Ecosystem and Economy and accompanying Draft Environmental Assessment for formal public comment. The Draft Plan provides a framework to implement a coordinated region-wide restoration effort in a way that restores, protects, and revitalizes the Gulf Coast region following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

For the rest of the story including the announcement the new executive director please click below;

http://www.nacocharters.org/news/alerts/gulf-of-mexico/1035-gulf-coast-ecosystem-restoration-council-releases-draft-comprehensive-plan.html

 

Webinar Meeting Amendment 20

The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council’s CMP Advisory Panel will meet via webinar begining 10:00 am Wednesday, June 12, 2013, and concluding no later than 11:30 a.m.

 

The Advisory Panel will review materials related to the development and selection of preferred alternatives for Action 6 of Draft Amendment 20 to the Coastal Migratory Pelagics Fishery Management Plan. For more information please click below;

http://www.nacocharters.org/news/alerts/gulf-of-mexico/1024-webinar-meeting-amendment-20.html

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BOATING SAFETY DAY POSTPONED

Due to the threat of foul weather, we have
decided to postpone this event for a later date.

 

Many of the activities that we had planned require much better weather conditions in order to
demonstrate many of the safety procedures.We do apologize for the late notice, but it is unavoidable. We feel that this is the best decision for our patrons and safety presenters.

Rained Out-Event Postponed

Mother Nature wins this round.

 

If you have any questions please contact the Office:

Phone: (251) 861-2201
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