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 Jupiter.
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!
Boating is one of the most popular recreational activities for local residents and visitors alike. The Jupiter Inlet provides easy offshore access for fishing and diving enthusiasts, and the Loxahatchee River’s Central Embayment inshore sand bar is a well-known weekend destination for people looking to enjoy the the area. Traveling further up the Northwest fork, visitors are treated to a taste of old Florida in all its natural beauty. It boasts one of the last vestiges of native cypress river swamp in Southeast Florida. Home to an abundance of wildlife and plant species, the historic Trapper Nelson’s site in this area is operated by Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Direct connections to the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) allow recreational boaters to explore part of the Indian River to North and the Lake Worth Creek to the South.
For more information on safely navigating the Jupiter Inlet and the waterways of the Loxahatchee River-Lake Worth Creek Aquatic Preserve, visit our Navigational Aids page.
Kayaking, Stand-Up Paddleboards (SUPs) and other water sports-related activities are also a common site. These options afford visitors a chance to experience our natural resources in a unique and intimate way. With multiple launch points and commercial vendors providing day rentals, residents and visitors can spend an amazing day out on the water.
Anglers are drawn to the Jupiter Inlet, its jetties and the waterways of the Loxahatchee River-Lake Worth Creek Aquatic Preserve for the numerous fish species that inhabit the area.
Saltwater and freshwater fishing regulations can be found by visiting the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FFWCC) by clicking HERE. It includes permit requirements, harvesting season and bag limit information. Guidelines for appropriate catch and release are also found on the site to ensure healthy fish populations for generations to come.