Welcome to Goat Island, an island oasis in the heart of Newport Harbor. Goat Island has a long history which includes home to a military fort during the American Revolution, torpedo manufacturing for the US Navy, and more recently serving as host to the Tall Ships Festival and world-class sailing regattas.
Goat Island Marina offers a quiet, relaxing atmosphere in the "City by the Sea," only minutes away from downtown Newport. Enjoy breathtaking harbor views while relaxing at your slip, or take a quick shuttle ride into town to experience Newport's revered shopping and exciting nightlife.
Goat Island Marina is a deep-water facility that is located on the west side of Newport Harbor. There are fixed and floating slips available that can accommodate just about any size vessel. The fuel dock is easily accessible and is monitored by our friendly dock staff.
Great slip overlooking Newport harbor . Love the hospitality and friendly service. Martha always goes out of her way to make sure that we have a great stay . Love this marina and look forward to our next voyage back !
Very friendly and helpful dockmaster and team. Busy place but they were ready when we arrived. Definitely would return,
Love Newport. Thought goat Island Marina would be better, little disappointed.
My first visit at Goat Island was as good as it gets. The dock staff and Martha are all true professionals. Cant wait for my next visit next year!!!
Goat Island Marina is a wonderful spot. Sparkling clean with extraordinary and friendly staff. Michael, Martha and Tucker are super accommodating and William and Emma on the docks very helpful. My NEWPORT Marina of choice for dock space, and I’m a local with a mooring in the main harbor.
Friendly staff and the cheapest (but not necessarily that cheap) in Newport. Clean showers and laundry.
Dock master’s crew were very helpful and looking out for our safety. Great venue.
Friendly staff, good value for an expensive port of call.
We were docked next to what looked like an abandoned and mold-ridden boat in G93, blocking most of view of Newport Harbor. The docks were unstable and in poor condition. Matt went to get us a potable water hose after we tipped him for helping us dock, and he never returned!