The La Buena Vida development includes a private marina that contains twelve (12), twelve foot wide 'owned slips", and six (6) twenty foot wide "lease slips", a fish cleaning station and ample parking.  Ten (10) of the owned slips have been purchased by Lot owners, and two remain available for purchase from LBV Development, LLC.  Owners are allowed to install boat lifts, and electricity and water service are available.  The slip owners pay an annual Marina Assessment of $200 to the POA to cover utilities and property tax.

Boats of up to maximum 42 ft length overall (LOA) can be accommodated in one of six slips currently available for lease from the POA.  The distance from the marina bulkhead across to the Phase II bulkhead is approximately 250 ft, providing ample space for maneuvering.  The LBV marina and lake channels were originally dredged to 10 ft depth.  In May 2009 and July 2012, depths were again surveyed with shallow areas found only up against the north and south bulkheads of the channel entrance from the ICW.  

Marina admittance is restricted to Lot owners, their family and bona fide guests.  The subdivision is actively patrolled by Constable and Sheriff offices to assure no trespassing or unauthorized use.  To provide safety and comfort for all owners and guests in the marina, adherance to the Dockside Rules and Regulations (below) is required.

Dockside Rules and Regulations
La Buena Vida Marina
Aerial view of Marina area
Boat lifts on owned slips
Slips for lease
Bulkhead along channel to lake