Dock and visit the historic Rondout waterfront, where history meets hospitality. Located in close proximity to the Hudson River, just before the bridges over the Rondout Creek, we have no height limit and deep draft, 14-18 feet.
Take the opportunity to tour our waterfront’s excellent shops and historic places, including the Trolley Museum, the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History, and the Rondout Lighthouse. Walk to numerous antique shops, art galleries, boutiques, coffee shops and fine dining. Visit maritime gift shop, and attend special waterfront events, such as live music, boat shows, and more.
Overnight Docking Fees:
$2.00 per foot per night: private vessels under 80 feet in length * includes one year basic family membership & admission to the museum for all passengers during time of stay *
$4.00 per foot per night: vessels over 80 feet in length & commercial vessels
Overnight Docking Fees Include: 30 and 50 amp electric service, Fresh water hookup, Wireless internet, Showers and bathrooms, & Trash disposal.
All dock proceeds benefit our nonprofit organization.
*Boat length is the overall length of a vessel including bow sprits and swim platforms.
**All overnight boaters automatically become members upon their first visit of the season and paying the $2.00 per foot per night rate. Membership includes free admission to the museum for all passengers during your stay and 10% off in the gift shop. All members returning in the calendar year will be granted a 12% discount. Membership discount & free museum admission not valid for commercial vessels or vessels over 80ft.
***Any vessel doing work while at our dock including hiring shipwrights, use of cranes, use of heavy machinery and hiring of divers, must obtain permission from the museum beforehand. Any vessel planning to take on Fuel or Pump out must notify the museum beforehand & use one of our contractors.
Always a good stay at HRMM. The buildings wee closed because of wuhan flu. But we were able to dock and enjoy the boaters going by and people enjoying a walk along the Rondout creek. And many local eateries offered delivery.
First time not 5 star, no dock master on duty, 1st day on job for Museum employee, we got in ok, helped others tie up. Didn’t get code for “after hours” bathrooms. Still a great place to stay in Kingston.
The Hudson River Maritime Museum is one of our favorite destinations while we cruise the Hudson River! The museum is a great attraction in its own right and the Kingston riverfront community offers great dining and shopping opportunities.
Another enjoyable visit, our second. The tie-along-side floating pier is solid, well-maintained. The new restroom in the boat shop is available 24/7; current shower is "rustic" but clean, roomy (and a new shower will be on-line soon). Museum is a treasure! Bus makes uptown "Stockade" area easily accessible; lots of history there. Also a good base from which to rent a car to visit other nearby attractions like Hyde Park mansions.
Museum is worth a visit during your stay - the models are amazing. Part of facility is under construction and will vastly improve shoreside restrooms and showers. This will upgrade our rating. Dockmaster was very experienced and helpful - one of the few dock people that could actually cleat a line.
Nice spot. Great staff, very friendly. Museum is worth an hour or two visit. Clean facilities, shower was old, so plan to use your boat.
Nice stopping point, good facilities. Get to visit the museum as part of the cost - good museum. Restaurants nearby.
Great place to stay! Charector, charm....wonderful what there doing at the museum!
Great staff. Nice quite dock. Love it here
50A receptacle was too worn to hold the plug, so had to make do with a single 30A. Stubby posts instead of cleats on floating docks are difficult to use for tall boats - line angle risks pulling line up and off. Men's shower room could use an update. Otherwise, perfect location in town, and lots of interesting things to see in close proximity. Friendly staff.
The staff is excellent. Can’t wait to come back.