First class marina with access to two rivers.
Have your own boat?Cape Crossing’s marina has one hundred and forty-five deep water slips and a boat launch to set sail at a moment’s notice. The marina is located on the Canaveral Barge Canal connecting the Indian River and Banana River as well as Port Canaveral and the Atlantic Ocean east of us. Contact us for information on slip availability.
Need to rent a boat…or kayak…or paddleboard?Kayak, paddle board, and pontoon rentals are available for exploring the rivers, canal, or many of its tributaries for a relaxing afternoon paddle. Or, entertain friends and family while cruising at a gentle pace along the river’s edge.Learn About Our Boat Rentals
Plan a day at the beach or explore the other attractions in our Merritt Island community.There are many ways to enjoy the waterfront lifestyle at Cape Crossing, that’s why we think you’ll love it as much as we do.Fish “The Salt Water Trout Capitol of the World.”Zip across the Indian River Lagoon and fish the flats on the Banana River.
World Famous Indian River Lagoon.The Indian River Lagoon is one of the most diverse ecosystems in the Westerm Hemisphere. What better way to spend the day than on the beautiful waters of the Indian River. Whether you are zipping around on the Indian River Lagoon on a Craigcat, fishing the flats on the Indian River, or just hanging around one of our many sandbars on a pontoon boat, come join the fun at Cape Crossing Boat Rentals.
Fishing like nowhere else.The Indian River Lagoon is home to a wide array of sport and game fish. Popular species include snook, redfish, tarpon and spotted sea trout. The Space Coast area has indeed been called “The Salt Water Trout Capitol of the World.” Drum, sheepshead, catfish and ladyfish also swim the Lagoon system and its estuaries, making game for lighter tackle. Cast nets are likely to nab mullet schooling in shallow waters of the barge canals and close-to-shore fishing spots.
Cape Crossing Resort & Marina Location:201 Ivory Coral Lane, Merritt Island, FL 32953
(at the NW corner of SR528 and SR3)
Latitude: 28.4 Longitude: -80.7