Naples Boating Communities

Whether you are seeking to purchase a second home, an investment property, or retiring to paradise Naples and the surrounding areas offer a magnitude of lifestyle choices and strong appreciation for your investment. Naples is nestled on the white sand sun drenched beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.

Best known for its world class shopping, dining and challenging golf courses, Naples mixes beautiful custom homes just steps from the Naples pier to a pedestrian paradise with shops and restaurants lining Third Street South. You can achieve your preferred lifestyle goals.

During the summers you can enjoy an average of 85 to 93 deg. while staying cool in the winters with an average temperature of 60 to 75 deg. From retirement, gated, tennis, golf and resort style, you will have your choice. Take a Closer look at Naples Boating Communities below.

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Featured Communities

Port Royal

Port Royal on the south part of the peninsula that also includes Old Naples and Aqualane Shores, is the premier boating community in Naples. Of the 500 or so single-family houses in the community, most have back-yard docks on Naples Bay or one of the deep-water feeder canals, a few of which can handle boats up to 100 feet in length. On the western side of the neighborhood, beachfront mansions line the Gulf of Mexico.

Boaters can get to the Gulf of Mexico within minutes via Gordon Pass. Marine facilities are available at the City Dock in Old Naples. Residents on almost all the streets in Port Royal are eligible for membership in the Port Royal Club, which is directly on the beach. It has nine tennis courts, dining facilities and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.

Pelican Bay

90 holes of Championship Golf make Pelican Bay is a master-planned community that has 65 neighborhoods clustered around three miles of pristine beach. The area is bounded by two sentinels: the Naples Grande hotel on the south and the five-star Ritz-Carlton on the north. With the exception of the Strand neighborhood of Gulfside mansions, residences are separated from the beach by a mangrove forest and Clam Bay. A string of highrise towers, however, have stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico. The interior properties include midrise buildings, attached and detached villas, garden condos and single-family houses that surround the private, 27-hole Pelican Bay golf course.

Royal Harbor

The guarded, gated community of Royal Harbor is a community with single-family homes along the shores of Naples Bay. The residents can drive there boat to the Gulf Of Mexico or shop near by. Old Naples is close and provides lots of charm.


Seagate is a secluded community of about 90 single family homes on canals with access for small boats to Clam Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Some of the original homes remain, some have been reconstructed, and others have been torn down to make way for new homes. The neighborhood is just south of Seagate Drive and the Naples Grande hotel and within walking distance of the upscale Waterside Shops.

The Quarry

The Quarry is a master-planned community on 830 acres designed around three large lakes. It has beach, tennis and golf lodges with swimming pools, fitness centers, retail shops and elegant spa services. Hurdzan-Fry, called among the top ten architects in the U.S. by Golf World, designed the Quarry’s golf course.

Longshore Lake

The 310-acre Longshore-Lake community has 565 single-family homes, many located on its 88-acre lake. Residents may use kayaks, canoes and electric-powered pontoon boats on the lake. Amenities include a clubhouse with dining room, bar and grill; fitness center; heated swimming pool and nine lighted Har-Tru tennis courts managed by a tennis pro.

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