Pasa Tiempo Waterfront Resort
Pasa Tiempo Waterfront Resort is a tropical oasis for boaters seeking luxury resort accommodations with a private boat dock accessible from the Gulf of Mexico and Boca Ciega Bay. Our newly-renovated boat dock spans 80 feet and is capable of accommodating large vessels up to 75 feet in length. Slips are available exclusively for the use of guests with reserved accommodations. Dock amenities include electrical service, potable water, and wireless Internet. In addition, guests enjoy full access to our newly refurbished swimming pool. Fuel docks, pump-out service, and boat maintenance and repair shops are all located just minutes away.
Pasa Tiempo is a tranquil, adult-only resort surrounded by award-winning beaches and sparkling Gulf waters. Many of our world-class restaurants, shops, and attractions are accessible by boat. If you prefer to travel by land, the local trolley offers convenient transportation to popular destinations throughout our beachfront communities.
Charting Your Course
GPS Coordinates for Pasa Tiempo Private Waterfront Resort are 82.746061 longitude and 27.742253 latitude. We are located on the east side of Long Key, just south of the Corey Causeway. Staying north of Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) green marker 39, turn west and approach Pasa Tiempo by staying close to the docks along the shoreline. Our private dock spans 80 feet and has outboard pilings on the east and west sides. Each boat slip is 20 feet wide and has the capacity to accommodate large boats up to 75 feet in length. Download the Pinellas County Boating Regulatory Zones [PDF]
Sun and Fun!
The Pinellas Suncoast enjoys an average of 361 days of sunshine each year. You'll find an abundance of great places to fish, dive, snorkel, and sunbathe near our resort. In addition, be sure to visit these boating-friendly destinations:
- Ft. DeSoto Park is an award-winning beach and recreation area located just minutes from Pasa Tiempo. Visitors from all over the world come to Ft. DeSoto to sunbathe, swim, fish, and kayak along its beaches. With seven miles of paved paths, Fort DeSoto is also a great place to hike and bike.
- Gulfport Waterfront District - Located on Boca Ciega Bay with a nice beach and long fishing pier, Gulfport's Waterfront District attracts young and old visitors alike. Gulfport is famous for its variety of restaurants, shops, and parks. Clam Bayou Nature Preserve is a visual and auditory treat with the sights and sounds of wild birds, the breeze in the trees, and the water of the bayou.
- Coquina Key Island - Known as "the Friendly Island," Coquina Key is located in southeast St. Petersburg, not far from the city's downtown waterfront, marina district, and Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays. It is surrounded by Tampa Bay to the east and Big and Little Bayous to the north, west, and south. Just off the island are several unique shopping areas and popular eateries.
- John's Pass Village and Boardwalk is a quaint turn-of-the-century fishing village between Madeira Beach and Treasure Island that connects the Gulf of Mexico with the Intracoastal Waterway, Boca Ciega Bay, and Tampa Bay. Johns Pass has more than 100 retail shops and a variety of restaurants.
- Clearwater Beach - There is never a shortage of activities to keep you busy on Clearwater Beach: swim, parasail, rent a wave runner, or chill to the beat of a steel drum band. If you're hungry, cruise over to Frenchy's Rockaway Grill for their famous grouper sandwich and a cup of she crab soup!
- Caledisi Island - As one of the few completely natural islands along Florida's Gulf Coast, Caladesi Island's white sand beaches were rated America's Best Beach in 2008. Beach lovers can enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and beachcombing here. Saltwater anglers can cast a line from their boats or surf fish. Nature enthusiasts can spot wildlife while hiking the three mile nature trail through the island's interior or paddling a three mile kayak trail through the mangroves and bay.
- Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks - Greek immigrants have been diving for natural sponges in the water near Tarpon Springs for the past century. Today, the area is famous for having the world's finest natural sponges, Greek restaurants, markets, and bakeries outside of the Greek Isles.