Dockside LivingThe Docks Of Crane Island
29 Direct Intracoastal Waterway Slips seeking adventurers, fishermen and women and great explorers of this lovely latitude of our planet here on Amelia Island, Florida. Crane Island’s deep water docks feature the No Profile Boat Lift System for ease of getting into and out of the water.
Homesites with Dock Slips
Directly On The Intracoastal Waterway
Boating at Crane Island
Crane Island is an island within Amelia Island Florida and the western boundary of the island sits directly on the Intracoastal Waterway. From a navigation perspective, we are situated on Kingsley Cut and channel marker 18 is just off our island at nearly the midway point. As we thought about and planned for the Dock program here at Crane Island has a couple of important goals in mind:
– We wanted our boat and water lovers to have an easy way to enjoy getting into and out of the water.
– We also wanted it to be a safe experience and we wanted it to be aesthetically pleasing to the eye.
The plan we have put in place reflects these goals and we believe the Docks of Crane Island will be a bit of signature of our island hamlet and will be a bit of a “launching pad” for daily adventures and experiences one can have to engage the natural environment around us. We have 29 slips in all for the 113 properties here and we connected with the No Profile Boat Lift team to create a lift system that was both beautiful and safe. Many visual details of the system are below and we invite you to visit the No Profile website at https://noprofileboatlifts.com/.
Deep-water lots are always a prized real estate find and it is particularly special here on Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach as there are not many to choose from. We believe we have nearly doubled the capacity of deep-water dockage here on Amelia Island and the proximity is also quite nice as it literally steps away not thousands of feet away like so many on-island docks.
We invite you to take a closer look and we welcome your questions and comments about our docks and what homesites have deeded dock access.
The Crane Island Team