Warwick Harbor
Warwick Harbor
Warwick Harbor
Warwick Harbor

Warwick Harbor

Warwick, Rhode Island United States
Lat: 41° 41' 47.14''
Lon: -71° 23' 13.96''
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Marinas near Warwick Harbor

NameReviewsMax LOAVHFDock DepthGas / DieselLift / CraneWifiAmps
Bay Marina Inc--------
Wharf Marina Inc--------
Breezy Point Marina--------
Safe Harbor | Greenwich Bay Marina
1 reviews

60.0'

9Low 6.0'

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Nearby

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Nearby

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Yes

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Yes
30/50
Winstead's Marina--------
Pleasure Marina --------
Marine Machinery Service Incorporated--------

Light rain and windy later tonight.

63℉

Lat41° 41' 47.14''

Lon-71° 23' 13.96''

Tide
High01:55AM3.473ft
Low06:41AM0.854ft
High02:18PM3.734ft
Low07:36PM1.047ft
NW at 24 knots
Introduction:

Centrally located in the heart of Rhode Island, Warwick is an ideal place to stay and explore the Narragansett Bay area. Warwick's central location off Greenwich Bay makes it an ideal destination boating and shoreside travelers alike.The City, Rhode Island's second largest, offers a myriad of activities that will appeal to interests of every kind. As Rhode Island's "Retail Capital", you'll find shopping and restaurants galore.

Warwick is a city made up of over 30 villages, each with its own special identity. Historic houses line the streets, and many of the villages conduct annual festivals, celebrating the history and beauty of the area. Additionally, historic walking tours are a great way to explore the history and lore of the villages of Apponaug and Pawtuxet.

If you enjoy the water, Warwick has more than 39 miles of beautiful coastline with several fresh and salt water beaches and two historic lighthouses, as well as many waterfront restaurants. The city also has 12 marinas and more boat slips, moorings and marine services than any other city or town in the state.

Of the several bodies of water breaking off Greenwich Bay, Warwick Cove is located on the northern end of Greenwich Bay behind Warwick neck and has 10 marinas packed along its shore right to its head. Warwick Cove and the town of Warwick are located 10 miles southeast of Providence and 15 miles northwest of Newport.

[i]Portions Courtesy Warwick Tourism[/i]


History:

Founded by Samuel Gorton in 1642, Warwick has witnessed the major events of American history. Warwick was decimated during King Philip’s War (1675-76) and was the site of the first shot fired of the American Revolution against the British schooner Gaspee. Warwick is also the home of revolutionary war general Nathaniel Greene, George Washington’s second in command, and the Civil War hero of the battle of Gettysburg, General George Sears Greene.

[i]Portions Courtesy Warwick Tourism[/i]


Navigating the Water:

Use NOAA Chart 13221.

From the center of Warwick Cove, pick up flashing green buoy “1” at Round Rock about a half-mile south of Warwick Point. From here, plot a course north to green can “3,” and then green can “1” at the beginning of the approach channel to Warwick Cove. Green can “1” is followed by red nun “2,” red nun “1,” green can “3” and two more unnumbered green can buoys at the sharp turn into the cove (visible in the image above).

Once inside the dogleg turn that protects the cove from southerly winds, the marinas line just about each and every nook and cranny of the cove. Of the 10 marinas here, seven of them have facilities for transient guests. Located in a residential area, Warwick Cove is a great place to tie up for the night, but with its remote location, provisioning can be a challenge without the assistance of a cab or marina courtesy car (if available).


Local Notices to Mariners:

Local Notices to Mariners are available online from the U.S. Coast Guard.


Transportation:

If you fly into T. F. Green Airport, you're in the heart of Warwick. Additionally, Warwick offers 16 hotels containing almost 2,250 rooms with a variety of price ranges and packages to suit every budget or taste. Most offer 24-hour airport shuttle, some have banquet facilities, many have excellent on-site restaurants and all offer free, accessible parking.

[i]Portions Courtesy Warwick Toursim[/i]


Helpful Links:

City of Warwick

Warwick Department of Tourism

Warwick Calendar of Events

Rhode Island Public Transportation Authority

T.F. Green International Airport

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