Vero Marine Center - 12 Royal Palm Pointe, Vero Beach, Florida 32960 - Phone: (772) 562-7922

Welcome To Vero Marine Center

The Busy Marina! “

Welcome to and thanks for coming! Here you can find anything you need to know about  “The Busy Marina.”  

Vero Marine Center is the premier boat dealer in Vero Beach serving the community for over 55 years on the water. If you’re looking for a new or used boat make sure to go to our sales tab to see what’s currently available. We represent Grady White, Robalo Boats. We are also the areas only authorized full-service Yamaha Outboard dealer. Are you in need of a trailer? We also represent Float-On and EZ Loader trailers to give you many options to choose from. Use the navigation tabs to visit our site and learn more about us. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact us. ” We take your boating fun seriously!”

Vero Marine Center Featured Boat


2016 Grady White 336 Canyon

This wide beam boat is a triple-engine offshore beast and ready for anything. From long runs to the other side of the Gulfstream for yellowfin tuna to everyday fun with the family. Including overnight trips with its console/cabin design that sleeps two. Keep your catch or groceries ice cold with the optional onboard refrigerated 291 quart aft fish box powered by a 4KW Fischer Panda diesel generator. Cruise in comfort with air conditioning available in the console/cabin or at the 3 person helm area. Other optional features include bow thruster, 2nd livewell in the lean bar, 6 gal water heater with cockpit shower, fiberglass hardtop with painted frame, and front/side and wing Strataglass curtains. What a great choice for Vero Marine Center’s Featured Boat!

Current Promotions & Press Releases

Learn how Grady White are engineered to give you the ultimate boating experience. For more information see the Seven Best Reasons to Buy.


Grady White produced a great video featuring some of the many changes Grady has made on the 2016 Freedom 275. This boat is Vero Marine Center’s best selling Grady White. Some of our favorite updates are the Captain’s chair at the helm, the wet bar has been relocated for a more open cockpit, and they’ve widened the electronically actuated sleeper seat. For more info on this great boat contact Joe or Artie!


Vero Marine Center are proud to be members of the Marine Industries Association of the Treasure Coast. Click this link for more info about M.I.A.T.C. and what they do for our industry and the local area.


Vero Marine Center is very proud to announce we now have Robalo boats in stock! These boats range from 16 to 25 feet and we have both center console and bay boat styles. Make sure to come in and see them for yourself. Talk to Artie and Joe for more information!






Bob and Liz Van Dyk, Happy As Can Be, Taking Delivery of Their New Robalo 207 Dual Console Powered by a Yamaha Four Stroke 150! All of Us at VMC Would Like to Wish Them Happy Boating! ...

A Great Day on the Water Today for VMC Customer Paul Fuller Fishing with Capt. Bobby Fletcher, They Caught and Released this Nice Snook! ...

This year's fishing clinic was a success! This shot is from the end of the seminar, Bobby Fletcher showing off a ballyhoo wire pin-rig technique to the audience. Don't forget to send us your fishing pictures so we can post them on our page and Thanks to all who attended! ...

There Goes Mike O'Reilly and Compound Interest, his beautiful new Grady-White 300 Marlin! All the Best to Mike and Marie on Their Upcoming Adventures in Their New Boat and Thanks for Your Continued Business! ...

Join us on Saturday, April 1st for our Annual Fishing Seminar and Q&A from 10-12 here at Vero Marine Center. This year it will be hosted by Vero Marine's Own Artie Olson and our good friend Captain Bobby Fletcher! The two of them have been fishing our home waters since they were kids and are happy to pass along the knowledge they've collected over the years on how, when and where to catch them. Artie and Bobby would like to leave the topics of discussion open and up to the audience, so bring your questions and they'll give you their thoughts and ideas on how to catch the fish you're looking for both inshore and off and even in the surf. They'll be bringing some tackle along as well and will be prepared to answer questions about rigging techniques, natural and artificial baits and even using your boat's electronics. We need to know how many of you will be attending so we can be prepared. RSVP by calling or emailing Laura by Friday, March 31st. Thanks! ...