Old Dominion Boat Club

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1 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
38° 48' 15.0'', -77° 2' 20.0''
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703-836-1900
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Neabsco Creek
Old Dominion Boat Club
Old Dominion Boat Club
Old Dominion Boat Club
Old Dominion Boat Club
Old Dominion Boat Club
Mostly cloudy until tomorrow evening.
39℉NW at 6 knots
High03:26AM2.145ft
Low09:23AM-0.118ft
High03:42PM2.528ft
Low10:44PM0.072ft
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About


The Old Dominion Boat Club has three T-ends and one floating "work dock" available for ODBC members and members of reciprocal yacht clubs for transient use. Boat slips temporarily unused within the marina are sometimes available for transient use for members, and members of reciprocal yacht clubs. This includes 18 large slips (25' -50') and 35 small slips (16' - 24'), for a total of 53 slips. When making a reservation request via Dockwa.com, please include any expected discounts and your membership information (ODBC or reciprocal) in the "Special Instructions" section when submitting your Reservation request. Your reservation will not be approved and charged unless your expected discount is verified/granted and your ODBC or reciprocal club membership is validated. Cancellations for overnight stays 24 hours prior to expected arrival will not be charged or refunded in full. Cancellations for overnight stays within 24 hours will be charged for the first night only.

Members may make a transient reservation 30 days in advance, while members of other reciprocal clubs may make a reservation 15 days in advance. Transient reservations for a non-member made by a member 30 days in advance will be accepted, but the member must be present on the vessel while it is docked at the Club, including overnight stays.

Slips or T-ends not previously reserved in this way may be assigned to members or transients by the M&B committee on a first come first served basis.

Charges for transient slip usage will be established according to the length of the boat, and will be Two Dollars ($2.00) per foot per night for non-members. There will be an additional charge for reciprocal transient slip usage of an electrical connection fee of Five Dollars ($5.00) for each 30 amp circuit and Ten Dollars ($10.00) for each 50 amp circuit per night. Note the Club Tee just south of the clubhouse does not have an electrical hookup at this time, and the Tee directly behind the clubhouse is currently unsafe and is not to be used.

All transient slip fees shall be paid via reservations made at Dockwa.com. Transients occupying the north and south T-end shall berth their boat so that it does not block the interior fairway between the north and the south piers with no part of the transient’s boat extending beyond the last piling on the north or south T-end closest to the Fairway.

M & B Rules require line size appropriate for the boat size, with larger boats (25'+) expected to have ½ line minimum to secure a boat in the ODBC Marina. Visiting boat owners are responsible for using their own lines . As a courtesy to slip holders, any lines found in a slip are not to be used or tampered with so that when the assigned slip holder re-occupies the slip they do not have to adjust the lines. Visiting boaters are required to provide their own electrical power cords.

When making a reservation request via Dockwa.com, please include any expected discounts and your membership information (ODBC or reciprocal) in the "Special Instructions" section when submitting your Reservation request. Your reservation will not be approved and charged unless your expected discount is verified/granted and your ODBC or reciprocal club membership is validated.

Approach


The North and South Tees are currently next to a construction area, located just South of the Alexandria City Marina. There is an ODBC sign on the railing down the fairway between the two Tees, and black signs that say "Private Docks, Members Only, Old Dominion Boat Club" on both the North and South Tees. These two Tees are approximately 63' long. The Club Tee is 0.1 miles South and is identified by two black "Private Docks Old Dominion Boat Club" signs, and one red "Private Pier No Trespassing" sign. The Tee is approximately 64' long, 3' above high tide level, has a 15' wide access pier, and is just located south of the ODBC Clubhouse at Zero Prince st. The Club Tee does not have an electrical hookup at this time. The Tee directly behind the clubhouse is currently unsafe and is not to be used.
Minimum Approach Depth:7.0 Feet
Minimum Channel Depth:20.0 Feet
Mean Low Water Dock Depth:6.0 Feet
Mean High Water Clearance:170.0 Feet

Services & Amenities

Last Updated: May 31, 2018

Dockage:Yes
Water Hookup:Yes
Maintenance Facility:Nearby
Water Taxi:Nearby
Dinghy Dock:Nearby
Wi-Fi:Yes
Pump-out:Nearby
Restrooms:Nearby
Showers:Nearby
Trash:Nearby
Security:Yes
Alcohol:Nearby
Medical Facility:Nearby
Bike Rentals:Nearby
Hotels:Nearby
Closest Airport:DCA
Restaurants:Nearby
Dog Park:Nearby
Max. Vessel LOA:66.0 Feet
Max. Slip Width:16.0 Feet
Fixed Docks:Yes
Floating Docks:Yes
Electric Amps:30 and 50
Electric Voltage:120
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mchhollandSep 01, 2018
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Beautiful new clubhouse!

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