A. A deserted boathouse. (The computer description Dexter reads lists it as a "Marine Storage Warehouse.)
Where is it supposed to be on the show?
A. 1920 Waterworks Blvd, in Miami.
When did we see it on the show?
A. In Episode 11, of Season 7, "Do You See What I See?"
convinced that Dexter may be the Bay Harbor Butcher, and is intent on
clearing Doakes' name by proving it. She has even brought former
Chief Matthews into the investigation.
Dexter finds out, and attempts to put a stop to it by planting definitive evidence that Doakes was indeed guilty.
Debra plants evidence in LaGuerta's garage (among the items taken from
the cabin where Doakes died) including deep sea fishing tackle
(implying Doakes had a boat, after all) and a hidden key to a marina
In this scene, LaGuerta and Matthews go to that deserted boathouse, looking for clues.
Matthews finds a stash of trash bags and plastic wrap in a cabinet, and tells LaGuerta to call out the forensic team.
She does, and they tell her that a fingerprint on one of the knives found there belonged to Doakes.
still refuses to believe it, insisting that Dexter might have planted
But that does it for Matthews, who tells her that he is
finished - and that he expects her to keep her promise to get him his
She replies that he will get what's coming to him.
What is it actually in real life?
A. A boathouse.
Where can I find it in real life?
A. This was shot down at the Long Beach docks, at Curtin Maritime, a tugboat operator located at 1500 Pier C Street, Berth 57, in Long Beach. The shed/boathouse is real - you can see it in the aerial photos.
It appears they repainted the front of the shed to give it a more rusty, aged appearance...
They also used this same location for the later scene of the kill room
(where LaGuerta almost catches Dexter in the act of killing Estrada).
A. In the early seasons, I usually had to hunt down the locations after viewing the episodes,
using clues from the various scenes. By the now, though,
I've developed a small group of fans, spies & tipsters who kept an
eye out for Dexter filming in their neighborhoods, and would let me know
in advance when something was about to film there.
Between those reports, my own personal reconnaissance around town, and a
few new resources I discovered, by the time the first episode airs, I
already know most (but not all) of the filming locations, and only
need to watch the episodes and match up the scenes with the correct
This group of helpful fans includes Rick, Ellen, Elaine, Mia, Joel, Susan, Eric, Jeff, Kerry & others. My thanks to all of