Docks and More Construction provides specialized marine construction including but not limited to: Dock Install - Improved, Dock Installation - New, Dock Construction, Marine Construction, Seawalls/Tieback Systems, Boatlift Installation, Boat Lift Repair throughout Boca Raton.
If you are in need of a new Dock or Seawall or just repairs to your lift, call us today at 561-753-3600. We have the most affordable solutions in South Florida and often times save significant amounts of time in the permitting process. We are extremely familiar with the nuances of marine construction and would love to share our knowledge with you!
Docks and More has serviced the Boca Raton marine construction needs for over 20 years now. We work closely with our City partners and work closely with neighborhood HOA’s and high profile clients. We have many references jobs in the area that will surely impress you! Call now for a free estimate.
The City of Boca Raton has 77.18 miles of canals and lakes The City is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and has one of the most beautiful inlets in South Florida. The marine environment of Boca Raton is one of the reasons the City is so lovely. The City has both commercial and pleasure craft in the area and three boating destination parks, which include Spanish River, Silver Palm and James Rutherford. Although the City has no commercial marinas, it does have ample marinas just south and north of the City limits, which provide fuel, food, repairs and boat storage and dockage.
The City of Boca Raton has one boat ramp for motorized vessels at Silver Palm Park, which is located on Palmetto Park Road at the Intracoastal Waterway. The City has 2 non-motorized launching facilities at Spanish River Park and James Rutherford Park.
Boca Raton has 4 drawbridges, which include the Camino Real, Palmetto Park Road and the Spanish River Blvd Bridges, which span the Intracoastal Waterway and SR A1A Bridge spans the Boca Raton Inlet. Currently the Palmetto Park Road and Spanish River Blvd. bridges open on the hour and half hour. The Camino Real Bridge opens every 20 minutes; and the Boca Raton Inlet bridge opens on demand.