Posted by Larry Dorminy | Posted on 10-11-2011
It’s always good to hear of a new source of supplies within walking distance of your boat. The Town Docks Ed refers to are, of course, the Beaufort Municipal Docks. Cruisers can access Treasure Coast Provisions by walking north on Craven Street.
Another provisioning choice in Beaufort is the Coastal Community Market, located at 606 Broad St (252-728-2844, http://www.coastalcommunitymarket.com/). It’s a few more blocks away, but here you will discover a nice selection of local vegetables, eggs and breads, plus more than a few choices in the way of organic foods.
For all of those cruising in the Beaufort/Morehead City, NC, area there is a new grocery/convenience store open half-a-block away from the Beaufort Town Docks.
The new store, called Treasure Chest Provisions, is located at 129 Middle Lane. The store carries ice, packaged grocery items, some perishables (including bread and milk), plus dry goods. To reach the new store, boaters walk north on Craven Street from the Front Street town docks.
I Was in Beaufort N C just a day or so ago and I found Treasure Chest Provisions store on 129 Middle lane just a block from the dock master house. It was PERFECT the store had eggs, milk, cheese, yougart lettuce and just about all the supplies that we needed from being out after a month at sea. Just needed some wine but was told that it is coming. The employee was very polite and outgoing. This is a shop that will get my business each time I pull into port. I wish them great success to everything in the upcoming year.
Treasure Chest at 129 Middle Lane in Beaufort N C has just what most boaters are looking for. We stopped in on way to Canada and look forward to stopping in again on way back down. Love the home made baked goods.
My crew and I were in Beaufort just a few days ago on our way back to Canada and stopped in Beaufort NC . we needed milk and eggs and found Treasure Chest Gift & Provisions. they not only had the milk & eggs that we needed we found fresh baked goods as well as fresh fruit and vegetables. This is a store that has been long in coming. Make sure to stop by the owners are so friendly. Look forward to seeing them again on our way back down south.
Mary Alice Jones
just spent three beautiful days in beaufort, nc. i was happy to find a new store, Treasure Chest Provisions, located at 121 Craven Street. They had eggs, milk, cheese, produce, dry goods, etc. at very reasonable prices. i was happy to replenish some supplies without taking a trip to the food lion! It is a small shop located in the back of the gift store. they just opened in may. Please support them.