Cape Harbor Cape Coral. Harbor and Harbour are two different spellings for the same word that mean; an area near a coast where ships can be kept away from the water of the sea. Harbor is the United States spelling of the word while Harbour is the UK or British spelling of the word. A lot of people online are using the spelling Cape Harbor to describe this beautiful community in SW Cape Coral and when searching for restaurants or property. The community uses the British spelling of Cape Harbour rather than Cape Harbor. The reason why the developers chose Cape Harbour instead of Cape Harbor is a mystery, but maybe it was to appeal to Europeans or just to be different. Either way, this great community does stand up to the meaning of the word as it is a fantastic place to keep your vessel away from the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico. You have many options when it comes to boat storage. You can moor at the marina or behind your house, have it kept out of the water in dry storage on site or on a lift behind your property, or keep it off site and trailer it in for a launch at the boat ramp.
For additional information Cape Harbor Marina’s location and proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, see our Map.