Dinner Key Marina
Dinner Key Marina (3400 Pan American Drive, Miami) – located near both Coconut Grove and the Brickell Avenue business & banking district, this is Florida’s largest wet slip marine facility (boasting 582 slips). Dinner Key originally served as base of operations for Pan American Airway’s famed flying boats, the Clippers, and plenty of history has been retained in the area. The original Pan Am terminal building (next door to Dinner Key Marina) now serves as Miami City Hall, although it has retained its historic charm. Nearby is Villa Vizcaya, former home of International Harvester founder James Deering and now a public museum. A short walk from the marina lands you in the heart of Coconut Grove village, where you’ll find a fashionable retail and entertainment district, along with the world renowned CocoWalk.