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Lambs Marina

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Basic Marina Information:

Phone: (252) 338-1957
Website: http://www.lambsmarinanc.com/
Statute Mile: 47
Lat/Lon: Near 36 19.311 North / 76 10.601 West
Location: located on the easterly tip of the T-shaped creek indenting the Pasquotank's easterly banks, south of Sawyers Creek
Depths: 8 ft.


Service Details:

Transient dockage: Available
Transient dockage rate: $35.00 per night regardless of vessel size
Type of dockage: fixed wooden slips and face docks
Total number of slips/berths: 43
Dockside Power Connections: 30/50 amp power hookups available

Dock. Fresh Water Connections: Available
Showers: Available, Climate Controlled
Laundromat: Available
Restaurant: two just across the street
Restaurant Recommendations:

Track 1 Restaurant (252) 338-0881, recommended by marina personnel, Sissy's Sub Shop (252-334-9644)

Provisioning Possibilities: convenience/country store plus fresh seafood counter on-site
LPG (Propane) Availability: Available

LPG tank refilling services on-site
Wi-Fi Internet Access: Free Wifi Available
Waste pump-out: Available
Gasoline and diesel fuel: Gas & Diesel Available


Fuel Prices (All Taxes Included)

Reporting Date: October 22, 2014
Notes: ethanol free/boat gas
Gasoline Price: $3.80
Diesel Fuel Price: $3.90

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Reviews from the Cruisers' Net Community (11)

  1. Cap'n Parky -  April 11, 2013 - 11:25 am

    After spending a cold cold winter on the Outer Banks, I am now cruising again on MV ‘Pisces’ – mothers – hide your daughters. :-)
    Currently enjoying the friendship and facilities of Lambs Marina, somewhat changed for even better services. For a start Larry is now offering ethanol free gasoline and diesel at very competitive prices – and what I believe is the lowest slip rent on the ICW. ($4.50 per ft per mo, $5.50 pfpm for liveaboards. Not only this but a very safe fresh water dockage, laundry, spotless rest rooms, convenience store and now even a brand new patio style restaurant under construction. Sunsets and a glass of wine…….
    Fellow boaters travelling north or south on the Great Dismal Swamp route should check out slip vacancies soon at http://www.lambsmarinanc.com
    See you on the water. Happy sailing.
    Cap’n Parky

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  2. Laurie & Steven -  November 18, 2012 - 10:55 pm

    We left our sailboat there for 1 month. During Hurricane Sandy, our boat was safe and they maintained our dock lines as needed. Approach was easy, no shoaling conditions at all. Everyone at the marina was extremely helpful, they even provide a courtesy car for local errands.

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  3. Doyle and LaVisa (Halifax) -  September 6, 2012 - 11:53 am

    We stayed here during our Carolina Loop cruise. Not a fancy marina but everyone was very helpful and accommodating. Dave the dockmaster when out of his way to help. Very clean restrooms and air cond. Deep water in and out in well marked channel. Good value for the money and local boat owners very friendly. Reminded us of like the old days of cruising. Highly recommend if you are doing the Dismal Swamp.

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  4. Cap’n Parky -  May 4, 2012 - 2:43 pm

    Cruising News:
    To the sailboater who thought he had run aground on the approach to Lambs Marina, our apologies. Lambs Marina these days after dredging have a minimum depth of 8 ft both in the approach and at their slips. However the very next morning we went out in our dinghy and found two cypress logs floating in mid river. We towed both out of the way and are confident that those are what the sailboater bumped into.
    Check out our news on http://www.lambsmarinanc.com
    Happy sailing to one and all
    Cap’n Parky
    MV Pisces

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  5. Cap’n Parky (Arnold Parkinson) -  February 16, 2012 - 12:04 pm

    I’ve recently been able to design and upload a new website for Lambs Marina – they’ve been having trouble with a previous designer which is not yet fully solved. Please check out the new site at http://www.lambsmarinanc.com which thus far has been very well received by my cruising friends.
    Larry Lamb is spending a lot of money upgrading services for cruising boaters – not to mention a recent (very expensive) dredging of all slips to an 8ft minimum depth. They’re trying hard to be rid of the previous common (though correct) perception that water depth was a problem at Lambs but not now. Any boat that can go through the Dismal Swamp Canal can now easily be accommodated at Lambs.
    Lambs slip rates are well below average – and their fuel prices are very competitive since they also have a highway fuel stop well known locally for low low prices. Worth mentioning is that not many marinas have a fresh sea food counter, a gaming casino and a large flat screen television for the use of boaters! Our cup runneth over. :-)
    I can vouch for them with confidence. A small marina no doubt – 60 odd slips – but with a big heart trying to do their best for cruising sailors in these poor economic times.
    I hope you are well – drop by anytime.
    Best Regards
    Cap’n Parky (Arnold Parkinson)
    MV Pisces

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  6. Cap’n Parky -  January 14, 2012 - 10:09 am

    Cruising News:
    Lambs Marina has finished dredging to a minimum 8ft and the water is now wonderfully clear again. Check it out at http://www.lambsmarinanc.com
    The dredging company is now on it’s way to Morehead City, NC, to dredge out their badly needed waterfront docking – and after that the notorious Peletier Creek and Spooners Creek.
    Is there no end to our good fortune? I might buy a bigger boat!
    Cap’n Parky

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  7. Reg Holden -  January 1, 2012 - 6:13 pm

    We used Lambs a couple of years ago to put in for a trip to Hampton, Va. I do not believe we could have put our 19′ Cuddy Cabin back on the trailer then, has the ramp been improved so a float on trailer will work? Thanks and they are very nice people!
    Reg Holden
    Replies to regandbarb@msn.com

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  8. Capt. Parky -  January 1, 2012 - 6:12 pm

    Cruising News:
    Good news for all cruisers – dredging has now completed at Lambs Marina giving minimum water depth throughout at 8ft 6ins MLW. Vessels up to 50ft are welcome at this very friendly and laidback marina. Call Larry Lamb at 252 202 4150 for info or reservations.
    Capt. Parky

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  9. Capt. Sterling -  April 28, 2010 - 1:31 pm

    Stored the boat here twice, inexpesive rates. protected. remote.

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  10. Arnold -  October 14, 2009 - 2:20 pm

    With high blustery south winds the dockage at Elizabeth City tends to be uncomfortable. So I moved up river to the old NS railroad bridge and moored in nice quiet area just north of the bridge. Unhappily during the night the wind changed and thus the current with it and I drifted some 200 yards before my anchor snagged on a sunken log. I had to cut it loose in the morning. But this mishap was much compensated by the friendly reception of owners Larry and Georgia Lamb, who built this marina years ago and really know how to meet the needs of boaters. Larry even ran me to a store in Elizabeth City to get parts – and kindly offered me an old style anchor as a spare, which I turned down not wishing to be a pest. This marina has everything – propane, low cost fuel, a monthly slip rate of only $3.50 a ft and an equally low transient rate for boats with less than 6ft draft. There is a great little local restaurant nearby – and a fresh fish and bait store. So here’s to you Larry and Georgia – may you last forever!
    Arnold

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  11. Mac & Shirley MacVean -  July 20, 2009 - 12:58 pm

    4.5 ML. Diesel is still being pumped out of truck. We did get propane there. Some fish for sale in the fish store. Nice people.
    S/V Cat’s Paw2
    Bruce Roberts 43
    Mac & Shirley MacVean

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