Joyner Marina welcomes all transient boaters on trips north, south or anywhere in between. We are conveniently located on the Intracoastal Waterway at Green Marker 161 and Mile Maker 295 in Carolina Beach, NC. We are one mile south of the Carolina Beach Inlet and located at Snows Cut , providing easy access to the ocean or Cape Fear River. We have over 200’ of dockage available on our fuel pier, and many transient slips inside our protected basin.
In addition to our attentive staff and picturesque location, we have gas and diesel fuel pumps, a waste pump-out station, laundry and shower facilities, free Wi-Fi, a 3 block walk to the beach and convenient access to shops, stores, dining and night life. We are only a 25 minute drive to the Wilmington International Airport in case you need to fly in or out while traveling.
Note: We only supply 50 amp shore power at the marina and do not have adaptors on site. If your vessel requires 30 AMP shore power, we do have limited space at our fuel dock.
Great little place. Very inexpensive. We stayed on the face stock by the diesel pump. It was where I wanted to be because it was easy access. The only problem is that a lot of boats coming by may not slow down for you and the boat will rock quite a bit. Other than that it was a great stay with nice amenities. Note that restaurants are about 2 miles down the road so bike if you have em, uber if you don’t. The young gentleman who was working, was extra friendly and helpful. Couldn’t have been any nicer. Will definitely return.
A very nice facility, and the young staff members were each friendly and helpful. However, management is apparently trying to save a penny by understaffing and by having work done on the place in a haphazard fashion. I was there during the July 4th weekend, and there was usually only one person on duty, and of course, they were constantly busy at the fuel dock. The bathrooms were absolutely filthy, and usually had no toilet paper. Another customer, a live aboard who had been around for a while, found a roll. Crazy. Shower was unusable. One bathroom was closed, so both sexes had to use one, and the work on the closed bathroom did not advance while we were there (3 days).
Spent a night at Joyner at the fuel dock. The problem is that nobody in North Carolina obeys No Wake signs and you get really beat up banging against the dock!