More, More, More

More sod, More Foxtail Palms, and More irrigation, that is what has been happening here at Soverel the last two weeks. The irrigation system was finished two weeks ago allowing the completion of our sod installations. Our initial sod placement is rooting and growing well. It will be another week or so before we give it its first cut. The one remaining area currently lacking sod near the main gate will be mostly shrubbery. Just prior to the sodding... [Read More...]

The Grass is Always Greener

“The Grass is always greener on the other side of the fence …” Not this week! We have 11,000 square feet of new green sod on our side of the fence. Fresh cut and placed from Slip 1 to 65. The irrigation system will be watering the grass daily for the first 30 days. Initial shallow rooting will occur during the first two weeks. To minimize the stress on our new sod we ask that everyone refrain from all activities normally grass-born,... [Read More...]

Landscaping Begins

Sixteen Foxtail Palms found their new home at Soverel Harbour this week. Their journey started a month ago when we walked the tree farm picking out just the right trees. In the time between then and now their final locations were prepared. Each “island” between the newly asphalted parking areas was graded and irrigated. The trees are young Foxtails Palms between 14 and 18 feet in height and were installed from Slip 1 – 65. The installation... [Read More...]

Follow the Light

To the NEW Soverel Harbour! You may notice our world is brighter the next time you are enjoying the evening at Soverel. Thursday, January 13th , all of the Streetlights were converted to LED “Corn Lights”. The picture tells the story as to the name… The LED’s will result in cost savings by providing the same illumination at a lower energy consumption and they remove considerable maintenance costs due to their long life and fewer components. The... [Read More...]

Soverel Harbour NOW!

The appearance of the Marina is changing…daily…the infrastructure work is complete. If you have been in the Marina in the area of slips 1 -60 you are aware of the paver dockside walkway progress, we are half way around !! That’s not the only place you are going to find the multicolored paver blocks. Those same pavers will be in the parking area near the main gate, as part of our “main entrance” focal point, and at the floating dock access ramp as well.

In addition to the paver progress, the asphalt repair work has begun starting at Slip 18 and is rapidly approaching the rear gate. As the asphalt work continues please respect the cones blocking parking. The asphalt pavement needs to harden for 48 hours before vehicle traffic is allowed. If you are going boating and can even see any equipment from your parking space please give us a call to verify work is not scheduled in the area you are parked. The grading and asphalt crews are moving fast !!


The black water pump-out system is now operational. It is a vacuum based system separated into two zones, with one hydrant for every two slips. We have a hose cart that attaches to the hydrant and to the vessel being pumped. Pump-outs are available daily between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. To utilize the service please call the Marina Office at (561)691-9554 and let us know when you would like to be pumped out. We will make every effort to accommodate you. There is no charge to owners or lease holders of Soverel Harbour Slips.

We prefer not to board your vessel. We will board at your request with the understanding that while we will exercise every effort to leave your vessel as we find it, we cannot be responsible for sensitive finishes or restoring a freshly detailed vessel that may be impacted in any way, by the pump out operation. If you are not going to be at your vessel please assure that all required valves are set to enable the pump out to be completed.

Soverel Harbour Marina
Steven Stacey

Harbour Happenings – Two Months In – Construction is moving forward and the Heat of Summer is here!

It has been two months since I have joined the team here at Soverel and it has gone by fast.   I want to thank everyone I have met on the docks for the warm welcome. While I have not shared the agony of the long delays in the “Construction” or as I like to refer to it, the “Marina Improvement Project” a few of the Marina Slip owners and guests have shared several, did I say “several”, better make that “many”,... [Read More...]