DOCKAGE AT PALACE CASINO RESORT
Reserved for Contender competitors. No reservations–first come, first served so arrive early to get your spot!
If you are docking at the Palace Casino Resort, after you launch your boat you must immediately take your trailer to the parking lot of the Palace Casino Resort’s warehouse and executive offices. As you come out of the launch area follow the signs to the parking area. Two- to three-minute drive. Please park your trailer in an orderly fashion so each participant has easy access to his or her trailer.
BILOXI SMALL BOAT HARBOR
Follow Casino Row west on Highway 90. It’s just before you get to the Hard Rock Casino Resort. Same info number as Point Cadet 228-436-9312 or 228-209-4807.
If when you arrive in Biloxi, there is no room at the Palace or Point Cadet Marina, see Jack or Bobby.
Fuel, Ice, & Ribbonfish
at Point Cadet Marina
New gas pumps are installed! Danny or Lori at Gorenflos will offer ribbonfish as a service for the SKA on a first come, first served basis. When they’re out, they’re out. They will be happy to reserve your order. Give them a credit card and they will run the card when you make your order. Better safe than sorry!
OCEAN SPRINGS MARINE MART
Located on the east side of the bay, across from Point Cadet Marina (EAST).
PALACE CASINO RESORT
There is no fuel at the Palace.
SHELL GAS STATION
Located at the corner of Howard and Oak streets, west of the Palace.
Use 110 – Plenty of stations that you can fuel at with boat.
Mercury, Yamaha, and Loadmaster Service Trailers will be at the Palace Casino Resort.
bring your boat to this site until you have permission to do so from your brand’s service technician.
bring your boat to the Nationals with service problems. Have your motors inspected and serviced before you come to Biloxi. Bring them broken and you may not get them repaired !!!
Mercury | Scott - 954-931-1464
Yamaha | Chad 404-771-1533
Loadmaster | 813-689-3096
There is NO requirement to have a fishing license to fish the tournament on the two days of the event! However, if you pre-fish and bring any fish into Biloxi you must have a Mississippi Fishing License. If you catch bait prior to the event and pen it up, you MUST have a license. If you bring any specie into Biloxi for table fare, you must have a license, and finally, if you go into the bays to catch mullet or any other bait, you must have a license!
For a Mississippi Fishing License, call 1-800-546-4868
If you need the SKA while in Biloxi