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Getting Here

If you are flying to Key West via private plane:
Key West International Airport (EYW) is approximately a 10 minute drive from the Key West Steamplant. General aviation enthusiasts and corporate jet operators will find plenty of services at Key West International Airport.

If you are flying to Key West via a major airline:
Many airlines offer regular service to Key West International Airport (EYW) via connections or direct flights from a host of Florida cities: Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Orlando, and Tampa.  Direct flights from Atlanta, GA, New Orleans, LA, Charlotte, SC and New York, LaGuardia offer additional connecting opportunities. Schedules may vary according to season.

If you are driving to Key West:
Getting to Key West from the mainland starts from Miami, Florida and takes you through the Florida Keys and along the scenic Overseas Highway. The 120-mile-long Florida Keys island chain is linked to mainland Florida by U.S. 1, the Overseas Highway. When you enter the Florida Keys make sure to look for the green mile-marker signs on the side of the highway. They begin just south of Florida City with number 127 and run all the way down to zero in Key West.

If you are boating to Key West in a private vessel:
Experienced boaters can navigate to Key West along the Atlantic side of the Keys or by traveling on the Gulf of Mexico side. The first part of the trip takes you through the specially-marked Intracoastal Waterway. After Long Key, however, international markers apply. Consult the appropriate Coast Pilot and Light List manuals. The Key West Steamplant is located next to the Conch Harbor Marina which can accommodate vessels up to 200 feet.