Marina is open for business 8:00AM - 5:30PM Daily. Transients are welcome. Fuel dock is open. Self-service pumpouts are available, call to make arrangements. Per City of Charleston ordinance, the use of a face covering or mask is required by every person while inside public buildings, interacting with people in outdoor spaces, and when walking in public where maintaining a distance of six (6) feet between other members of public at all times is not possible. This includes the Marina's facilities, parking lot, and docks.
The Harborage at Ashley Marina is a large, professionally managed marina capable of accommodating vessels up to 125 feet in length. The marina consists of approximately 230 wet slips and is located in the medical district of historic downtown Charleston. Among Ashley Marina's amenities is a courtesy shuttle to take transients to and from many of downtown Charleston's most popular attractions. OnSpot Wifi.
All of the docks are Ipe and offer electrical service of both 30 & 50 amp service to all slips in the marina. In addition, the main face-dock offers 100 amp single and three-phase 208v electric. There are plenty of restaurants and grocery within walking distance.
Height restrictions due to bridge: 55 Feet.
Discounts on Weekly & Monthly Stays Applied After Booking Requests. Daily rates only for vessels over 60' April-May and Oct/Nov.
Reservations are available up to one month in advance.
The slip was conveniently located for our purposes. The ice was a bit expensive but I guess you pay for convenience.
Very enjoyable experience!! Everyone very helpful. Great facilities!
Nice marina for Charleston. The waters were calm there and it’s a dog friendly place
Excellent communication when I requested my reservation. The docks are in great shape. Fuel dock was well staffed.
We have stayed here multiple times an the staff is always very professional and courteous. I will always stay here when I'm in Charleston.
Location is really the primary strength of this marina. It did allow us to explore Charleston by bicycle very well, and that was what we wanted to do. There is also a new Publix (grocery) that is within pretty easy walking distance. The docks were floating, but just in OK condition. The showers were messy enough we chose not to use them and we are NOT that picky. The internet was hit or miss. We had the necessities (power, water, and a dock) in a good location for Charleston, but I would say that was about it. The dock workers were nice and considerate, which is always appreciated. The marina just needs some updating/attention. Bike racks were overloaded with old, rusty relics with flat tires. I would stay there again, but just expect the basic essentials. The location makes it worth it.
Always a great spot to stay in Charleston.
I really like this Marina. Much smaller scale than the City Marina. Dockhands are helpful. Easy pump out. I know they recently installed a new WiFi system, but it still isn’t great.
Good in and out need to upgrade bathrooms. Also need to work on tidying up docks
I have stayed here over the years. Nice staff and facilities. Nice that they will provide a ride downtown with their van. Nice showers.
The marina was great as well as the staff. Our only 2 issues were the Pump out being down; and not really much area ( if any ) area for taking a dog. They are a pet friendly marina too. ( I have a very little dog and don’t need much )
Ashley is always a welcoming stay. Great location for access to all that downtown Charleston has to offer.
We had several 20 - 25’ boats on a one night stay. We all paid for slips however we ended up stacking 2 boats in one slip. I would have expected to have a reserved spot for each boat.
On time friendly dock hands and competitive rates.Good docking instructions for swift current. Bathrooms and showers needed cleaning and repairing. Courtesy shuttle was great
Older property but great location. Staff was outstanding!
We were late to reserve so we got the spot almost under the bridge. The staff is great, but the boat got dirt from the bridge so I do not think it is right to give a higher rating this time. Hope that is fair to all.
This is our second year of comimg to this marina which is clean and beautiful however this year the staff was not very friendly and did not make you feel very welcomed but that comes with any job and will not prevent us from comimg back next year.
We told the Dockmaster we. We're inexperienced with currents when he gave us instructions for coming into the Marina and had advised there were strong currents. He proceeded to direct us to a slip and sent a young man to the dock to meet us. The current grabbed us and pushed us into two other boats causing damage to our boat. I begged the dockhand to help us or to find someone who could and he responded there wasn't anyone who could help. Apparently, he was only there, waiting to catch a line. Two. Others came over and advised us to stop and wait for slack tide and then move the boat. We hired a resident boater to move our boat to a face dock. Hmm. If a face dock had been offered in the beginning this whole thing would have been avoided! Later heard this Marina has a reputation of being called "Crash"! The resident boater said he helps others 2-3 times a week who have the same experience. Good to know--too late!