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Big Trout Marina

Posted by admin | Posted on 08-25-2008

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24. Big Trout Marina
(252) 925-6651
Lat/Lon: near 35 30.561 North/075 59.378 West
Location: guarding the northerly banks of Far Creek and Engelhard harbor, a short distance west of flashing daybeacon #10
Transient dockage: Available
Transient dockage rate: up to 30 feet – $40.00, over 30 feet and more – $45.00
Type of dockage: fixed wooden slips
Total number of slips/berths: 25
Dockside Power Connections: 20-30 amp
Dockside Fresh Water Connections: Available
Showers: Available
Restaurant: small cafe on-site (breakfast and lunch only)
Provisioning Possibilities: Red & White grocery store within walking distance, 1/2 mile away
LPG (Propane) Availability: marina will help or walk to Ethco service station (252-925-6501) for LPG tank refill and exchange 1/2 mile away
Gasoline and diesel fuel: Available
Depths: 5-foot minimum depths, but 6 feet at outer pier

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (3)

The marina is a little sketchy for boats drawing more than five feet, and the channel is narrow coming ( sailboats are advised to “hug the greens”), but the marina owners were very hospitable. They cooked up a big dinner of fried fish, hush puppies and fixins just for our club. They knew we were coming, of course. On the down side, the showers leave much to be desired and some of the boats along the outer dock had some polarity lights coming on because of some power issues. But all in all, we had a great one-night stay.
Carl Crothers

Hi Claiborne
We just arrived at Big Trout after calling Edna and Frank at home (they did not answer the Marina number, but it is very early in the season – March 14). Frank met us at the dock when we arrived at 6:30 PM and was very accommodating.
The Channel in was never less than 10 feet – we stayed about 30 feet off the green markers as one of the posters suggested.
Thanks for the recommendation – we found it in your book and then went to the website. We had planned to go to Manteo, but a 5 hour bridge closure yesterday at the Onslow bridge kept that from happening.
Fair Sailing
Glenn
PS: Verizon service is fine, ATT is non-existent.

Hi Claiborne,
As you wisely suggested, I talked to Edna Summerlin, owner of the Big Trout Marina with her husband Frank. She assurred me that it was recently dredged, and I could expect 8-10 feet of water. We plan to be there on Tuesday, July 14. I’ll let you know what I find. It is a great place to go. Edna and Frank are most accommodating, and the food at their restaurant is superb down home cooking. We will be cruising in North Carolina for two weeks, with our southernmost point Cape Lookout Bight. Your book is our Bible in NC. Thanks for writing it and making it available.
Best regards,
Norman

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