We left Ft Myers around noon and sailed down the coast to Marco Island. Capri Pass is marked as 6' and our draft is 6'4". we were a little worried but we had timed it to arrive at high tide. Unfortunately, the wind had built up from the west and there were some good size rollers at the pass. We hailed SeaTow for tidal info and pass depth. A guy responded that he would be there in a few minutes. We slowly approached with our eyes on the depth. The SeaTow guy came around the island and then sounded the pass for us. He then hailed us back and said we were good to go. We proceeded through the pass with a minimum depth of 8'. No problem and what a nice guy! Inside the pass we followed around Marco Island to Factory Bay - marked on both paper chart and map chip as completely shoaled in. We nosed around the marina docks and found 12-16 feet easy and dropped the anchor in the south end of the bay in 12 feet. The bay is almost completely protected and very calm but the locals like to cruise close by and often. Not a lot of privacy. The next day we went over to Snook Inn by dinghy for a great lunch and then tootled around the area. There's a grounded 50' ketch that's pretty sad. All the hatches were open during a blow in December and she dragged her anchor over into 3 feet. The boat tilted on it's keel and filled with water through the hatches.