Port of Rochester Marina is a brand new state-of-the-art public marina offering the best in convenience, customer care and value located on Lake Ontario where the Genesee River meets the lake, about 7 miles north of Rochester. Our marina is equipped to accommodate boats of all shapes and sizes and offers a vast array of great amenities. Port of Rochester Marina is owned by the City of Rochester, New York and professionally managed by F|3 Marina, a national leader in responsible property management. We are pleased to offer all the amenities a boater should expect at their home port, plus many more!
Port of Rochester Marina was built with the all of the latest and greatest amenities and will include a boater services facility with showers, restrooms, laundry facilities, a lounge, and a small ship store. This facility is available for marina operations, and services to marina patrons and their guests. The marina provides pump-out services and utility connections including Wi-Fi, electricity and water.
A public promenade and public spaces encircle the perimeter of the basin while a gangway for boaters provides secure access to the docked boats. A four-lane public boat launch with minimal launching fee is available adjacent to the marina.
The Port Terminal Building, adjacent to the marina, houses restaurants and public restrooms and provides a large party space that is available for rent and overlooks the River.
The Port of Rochester offers a port of opportunity for the entire family. The Genesee River and Lake Ontario are economic and ecological lifelines offering a vast array of activities including boating, fishing, walking the Charlotte Pier, hiking or biking the Genesee Riverway Trail or playing in the Ontario Beach Park or Turning Point Park. The waterfront offers something for everyone.
Port of Rochester Marina is where state-of-the-art, customer care and genuine value meet. Come play for the day and we guarantee you‘ll come back time and time again. we would love to invite you to reserve your slip at Port of Rochester today.
The dock master was wonderful. Very pretty and well kept marina. Restaurants are close and Abbott's frozen custard. Yum
Clean and secure. Close to restaurants, awesome river trail for cycling, running or walking
Next to the Annapolis Yacht Club, this has to be the best marina I have stayed in. It is relatively new (4years old) and state of the art. The city converted an old ferry terminal into a marina. The remodeled terminal building houses sitting room with phone, tv and free wifi (which is also available at the dock) and an assortment of books and boating reference guides, The building also has bathrooms with nice showers and free laundry. The docks have 50 amp power hook ups but the staff will provide a 50/30 splitter if needed. Cleats are movable on the floating docks and there a pilons between the slips. The marina is near many restaurants, as well as Ontario Beach and park. No fuel dock but they do have a pump out and the fuel dock is right across the harbor (100 meters).
Very nice. Noisy from the riff raff across the street but that’s not the marina’s fault. Very accommodating. New, functional facilities. Clean.
This is our second year and it is excellent. We would like to make a couple of suggestions: 1. Can you create a small M/F 2 stall washroom on the transient wall like the electrical box. It would make life much easier for the transients who don't fully use their washrooms. I know this is not an easy task but at least something to think about. 2. The men's washroom needs a couple more clothing hooks in the shower area. 3. On Saturday morning there was no toilet paper in the men's washroom. 4. When we arrived on Monday we found that a number of the local restaurants were closed. I would suggest that for boaters who arrive on a Monday that you set up a deal with a couple of local restaurants that are open, to have special coupons for the boaters to use. 5. The boater store was not open on Tuesday so we could not get any ice. We had to go to Shumway for it. Could you make some special arrangement for Tuesday's? 6. Boaters have money when on vacation. I would suggest that the marina set-up some special coupons ( not only the ones in the brochure) to encourage the boaters to use the local restaurants. A Monday - Wednesday coupon where you buy one entre and get the second free would be perfect ( the place will make up the shortfall in the drinks they will sell). 7. Why not an incentive for a boater who encourages another transient boater to use the facilities. For example, a transient referral who books for 3 or more days will result in the boater who referred them to receive a local restaurant coupon of $25. This has a double benefit. Thanks very much. We love the marina and will be back in 2019! Ron and Kim Coyne