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Plymouth Landing Marina (City Docks)

Posted by admin | Posted on 09-09-2008

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10. Plymouth Landing Marina (City Docks)
(252) 793-9101
Lat/Lon: near 35 52.004 North/076 45.230 West
Location: on the southern banks of the Roanoke River, near the western end of the Plymouth waterfront
Transient dockage: Available
Transient dockage rate: free dockage for up to 10 days
Type of dockage: fixed concrete slips
Total number of slips/berths: 9
Dockside Power Connections: 30-50 amp (some slips have 30 amp and some have 50 amp hookups)
Dockside Fresh Water Connections: Available
Showers: Available (climate controlled)
Laundromat: Available
Restaurant: two within easy walking distance
Restaurant Recommendations: Roanoke Oyster Bar, 252-793-1039, Stella’s, 252-791-1020
Provisioning Possibilities: walk 1 mile to Highway 64 for supermarket and drug store
LPG (Propane) Availability: call Swain Gas Co. (252-793-2564) and they will come to riverside for LPG tank refill or exchange
Free Wi-Fi Internet Access: Available
Waste pump-out: Available
Depths: 4.5 to 14 feet (deeper depths are found at larger slips)

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (3)

Plymouth is a great town to visit for it’s Civil War history and all the good things mentioned here. My great grandfather served with the Union army and became a prisoner of war when the town was retaken.
However, there is a charted fixed bridge of 50′ vertical clearance between the town and Albemarle Sound that will keep most sailboats from visiting. We have anchored just before the bridge and used our dinghy. I think we were lucky to not hit a snag with the anchor since the Roanoke River is dense with cypress on both sides.
Harry Burns
S/V Two for the Roads

Because our marina (Cypress Cove, formerly IYC) is at Columbia, we often cruise west on Albemarle Sound. Plymouth on the Roanoke River has just opened new town docks. We hear they are nice and free. Plymouth has shops, a museum (with replica of the Abemarle, a Confederate ironclad) and a lighthouse in the historic part of town along the waterfront.
Jean Thomason

I would like to tell everyone about the new town docks in Plymouth NC. Very nice slips (10 slips ) with power and water at no charge. They have very nice rest rooms and showers with a washer and dryer. There is also a pump out with just a 5.00 charge.
We stayed there in April and was very pleased. Oyster Bar short walk away was great. Breakfast at Stella’s down the street was very good. There was also three Museums in easy walking distance.
The east end where the larger slips are the water 12 to 14 feet and the west end on the T we marked 4.5 feet. These slips are not where the old slips are. These are at the west end of town in front of the Light House. Very nice.
Danny and Jan on the Mosey on

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