Location: Palm Harbor, FL
Builder: Jay Powers of Home Port Marina
Material and Finish: Powder coated “Raven Black” steel cable railing posts with wood top rail
Description: 42" tall fascia mounted Keuka Style cable railing
A harbor is a body of water where ships and boats seek shelter from bad weather. Ships and boats can be stored in a harbor for short or long periods of time. Palm Harbor is roughly 23 miles west of Tampa and 28 miles north of downtown St. Petersburg, named appropriately for its acres of palm trees and seaside location overlooking the Gulf of Mexico.
Palm Harbor is where you will find Homeport Marina. Homeport Marina is a full service marina with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico through St. Joseph Sound. Along with ample docking space Homeport Marina offers lots of amenities such as a fish cleaning station, swimming pool, hot tub, showers, and a great restaurant called Ozona Blue Grilling Company.
The owner of Homeport Marina decided that cable railing would be the perfect fit for his restaurant renovation. The stainless steel cables are reminiscent of sailboat rigging and very transparent which is great for visibility of the harbor. The owner of Homeport Marina did a Google search online for cable railings. In his search he discovered our Keuka Style cable railing. He knew instantly that the Keuka Style was the perfect cable railing design for his marina and no other railing design would do. The curvature of the Keuka cable railing post has a nautical appearance which suits the marina environment perfectly. Complementing the posts and cables is a custom milled cumaro wooden hand rail. Being in a salt water environment the cable railing posts were hot dip galvanized and double powder coated to prevent corrosion.
Enjoy some delicious fresh seafood on a beautiful sunny day at Ozona Blue while you listen to the breeze (clink, clank) in the rigging of the sailboats. Sip your favorite cocktail with clear waterfront views of the harbor through our Keuka Style cable railing.