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Cocoa Village Marina
partner 1st
wifi
207 reviews 1.0
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Cocoa Village Marina

90 Delannoy Ave

Cocoa, FL 32922

United States (US)

321-632-5445

After hours: 321-632-5445

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Cocoa Village Marina, a 1st Choice ActiveCaptain sponsor, welcomes cruisers to riverfront luxury. Whether you are here for a night or looking to purchase a long term home for your boat, CVM will make your boating dreams come true. Located adjacent to Historic Cocoa Village, providing an abundance of restaurants, shopping, and other activities. Modern fixed slips (117) for all sizes/types of vessels with pump-out service at each slip.

Elegant clubhouse, private lounge and entertainment areas are open during business hours. Customer Communications Center includes computer with Internet access and free local/long distance calling to Canada and the US. High-speed wireless Internet connectivity is free in the clubhouse or on your vessel. TV connection at the dock provides 20 free channels for your enjoyment. Modern, tiled, air-conditioned restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities with 24-hour access. Gated security throughout.

Mention ActiveCaptain and receive a 10% discount on daily rates. Visit our website at www.cocoavillagemarina.com.
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Marina

Additional info: Wet slips and lift slips for sale and lease.

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Credit cards, Checks, Cash

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Payment discounts

ActiveCaptain, MTOA and Boat US -- 10% discount.

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Intial contact 16, and then 68 for further instructions.

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Web site: www.cocoavillagemarina.com

Email: cvmarina@cfl.rr.com

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Owner/manager: Ken Lunden - General Manager

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Notes
CVM moved their entrance channel about 250 yards north. The old channel is still there, now unmarked, but will silt in over time. Some electronic charts will show the old channel.