Oyster Bend Yacht Club & Marina has 75 boat slips available for lease from April to October. We cater to motor boats up to 40 ft in length and offer water, electric, gated docks, plenty of parking, and immaculate bathrooms.
Approach Instructions: The marina is located on the right bank of the Norwalk Harbor, past the Washington St traffic bridge and Metro-North train bridge, but just before the I-95 highway bridge. It is across from the Oyster Shell Park.
Washington Street Bridge Clearance 9 ft at mean high tide / 16 ft at mean low tide 203-866-7691 or CH 13 VHF Opens on demand except during the rush hours
Rush Hour Schedule (Times Bridge DOES NOT open) Monday – Friday 7:00 AM – 8:45 AM 11:45 AM – 1:15 PM 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Metro North Railroad Bridge Clearance 16 ft at mean high tide / 23 ft at mean low tide 212-340-2050 or CH 13 VHF 2 hr notice to open The bridge will be CLOSED during the following hours: Monday – Sunday 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM 11:45 AM – 1:15 PM 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Please Note: If you use Zelle to pay for your Contract with Oyster Bend Yacht Club & Marina - remember to choose the "Cash/Check" option when signing your agreement electronically with Dockwa. If you have paid with Zelle ahead of time, you do not need to enter your credit card information at the time you sign your contract online. Feel free to ask the marina any questions you have - or contact [email protected]. Thanks!
Easy as always. great seaon
It was a convenient location to my house. It was an Apple parking for me and my guess. The bathrooms . There is ample parking for me and my guests. The bathrooms are always clean and available. The peers and dock slips were kept in adequate condition.
Very friendly team, great location. Look forward to coming back.
I stayed for the month of May, rained about half the time. One bathroom with shower, no laundry or other amenities. High School rowing team makes the D-dock very busy.
marina is a good way up the river so is very well protected. this was the calmest place we've stayed yet. it is a bit off the beaten track, and is very quiet. Dennis was extremely helpful making sure we had the gates codes, knew the bridge clearances, power requirements, etc (50A 120/240V adapter). the first bridge is a drawbridge and is was pretty fun calling in and having them raise it. the operators were very friendly.