|101 Carteret Street|
Bath, NC 27808
|35° 28' 37.52'', -76° 48' 57.0''|
|VHF Ch. 16|
Bath Harbor Marina and Motel is located in Bath, NC on the eastern shore of Bath Creek. The harbor is approximately 1 1/2 miles long and 1/2 mile wide with an average depth of 6 feet. Bath is the oldest incorporated town in North Carolina. Some of the town's historical homes are restored and available for tours and public viewing. Much of the town is the same as it was when John Lawson laid the boundaries in the late 17th century. The area is unspoiled and much of the land is in its natural state. Blackbeard The Pirate was probably the town's most infamous resident.
Great place to boat out of! Location is naturally protected, close to the ICW, and right across the street from a bar/restaurant. Dock Master is very knowledgeable and eager to help. Facilities are a bit on the older side, but still meticulously upkept and fully functional. When I was there the marina was undergoing an extensive refit of its motel, with the docks and bulkhead to follow soon thereafter. Pricing was very affordable. Highly recommend staying here!
Dockmaster very nice and accommodating; however, facilities are in very bad shape. Bathrooms have no hot water or power due to fire damage. Toilets would not flush due to the tanks not filling with water. These are my additional comments following the marina's response to my review: You are correct that I failed to mention in my review that you graciously offered the use of your vehicle so we could go to supper for which I truly apologize. On the other hand, I also failed to mention that upon arrival, we hailed the marina multiple times and phoned the office getting no response to either. We had to locate the one available slip that would accommodate the beam of my boat and we docked it without any assistance from any marina staff since none was anywhere to be found. Therefore, I am wondering why the 5 minutes or less it took the "dock boy" to help with the plug in would be considered "extra time" since no time was spent helping us otherwise. Once we secured the boat we found a nice young man doing work on the damaged building who was kind enough to locate the marina manager (whom I assume is who was referred to in your response as the "dock boy") since we had still not seen or heard from anyone. I also did not mention that the slip we were in had a board protruding from under the decking for which we had to take extra precautions to protect my hull. In addition to being no running water in the restroom/shower facility, there was no water pressure to the faucet near our slip. I thought I gave you a factual and fair review that would be meaningful to other boaters considering staying at Bath Harbor, but you chose to insult me, my guests and Hunter owners everywhere.
These Guys are Number 1 in our book ! We moved our Large boat there to avoid hurricane Damage from Florence These Guys bent over backwards to get us in , Tied and even a pizza from across the street before they closed ! ( good pizza too (Blackbeard’s Pizza ) All at 10 pm in pitch blackness only there search light and our plotter got us in , We will be back just because they were 1st Class all the way Tom , Kathy , and Chris Cairo , Moorehead City NC .