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500 West Main Street
Sackets Harbor, NY 13685-0569
43° 56' 59.64'', -76° 7' 20.56''
315-646-3364
VHF Ch. 9
www.navypointmarine.com
Sackets Harbor
Navy Point Marine
Navy Point Marine
Navy Point Marine
Navy Point Marine
Navy Point Marine
Navy Point Marine
Navy Point Marine
Navy Point Marine
Light rain starting this evening.
55℉ESE at 7 knots
Fuel
Last Updated: Mar 24, 2021

Diesel$3.47
Gas Premium$3.80
Octane: 91;
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About


Located in historic Sackets Harbor, New York, Navy Point is the best and most complete deepwater marina facility on eastern Lake Ontario. Navy Point offers the most modern and complete services on the Lake. Our overnight dockage includes electrical (30 and 50 AMP service), potable water, and WIFI access. Navy Point is the only fully protected facility in the area. Shielded from seas by our unique geography makes Navy Point a safe harbor whatever the weather. Most slips have a least 8’ of draft.

Berth Capacity


Slips:150

Services & Amenities

Last Updated: Mar 26, 2021

Dockage:Yes
Anchorage:Yes
Fuel Dock:Yes
Water Hookup:Yes
Maintenance Facility:Yes
Wi-Fi:Yes
Pump-out:Yes
Restrooms:Yes
Showers:Yes
Laundry:Yes
Trash:Yes
Ice:Yes
Boat Ramp:Nearby
Gas:Yes
Diesel:Yes
Propane:Nearby
Security:Yes
Groceries:Nearby
Alcohol:Nearby
Hotels:Nearby
Restaurants:Nearby
Pet Friendly:Yes
Max. Vessel LOA:150.0 Feet
Max. Slip Length:35.0 Feet
Max. Slip Width:35.0 Feet
Fixed Docks:Yes
Floating Docks:Yes
Covered Slips:Yes
Electric Amps:30 amp / dual; 50 amp
Electric Voltage:120v 60hz
Oil Disposal:Yes
Repair Crane:Yes
Engine Service:Yes
Dry Storage:Yes
Winter Storage:Yes
Travel Lift:Yes
Yacht Brokerage:Yes
Live Aboard:Yes
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