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Belhaven Cooperage Town Dock

transient-dockfoodpropane/natural gas

Basic Marina Information:

Phone:(252) 943-3055
Website: http://belhavennc.us/post/5/town-dock.html
Statute Mile:135.5
Lat/Lon: Near 35 32.571 North / 76 37.784 West
Location:found just upstream of Pantego Creek red marker #12 day marker and 100 yards to the north shore
Depths: 7 ft.
Address: 315 East Main Street
Belhaven NC  27810


Service Details:

Transient dockage:Available, maximum stay of 72 hours
Transient dockage rate:Free
Live Aboards Allowed:
Total number of slips/berths:10
Restaurant:five to six block walk into downtown Belhaven to reach multiple restaurants
Restaurant Recommendations:

Fishooks (252-943-9948), Georgie’s Oyster Bar (252-943-2102) (all in downtown Belhaven)

Provisioning Possibilities:Walk six blocks to Belhaven Waterway Marina in downtown Belhaven where you may be able to rent a marina golf cart to facilitate a visit to Food Lion supermarket 2 miles away
LPG (Propane) Availability: Available

Walk six blocks to downtown Belhaven and visit Riddick & Windley Ace Hardware (252-943-2205) for tank exchange, or propane tanks can be refilled six blocks additional blocks away at Amerigas Propane (252-943-3547)


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Reviews from the Cruisers' Net Community (2)

  1. Walter Smith -  October 12, 2013 - 10:29 am

    We stopped in Belhaven last week and were somewhat disappointed in the new free docks. They are rather isolated and because there are no lights there, we were concerned about safety at night. Also completely covered in bird poo, so we decided to anchor instead. We did dinghy in and found that they have put in some really nice new restaurants. Perhaps the waterfront will make a come back. It is a shame that they didn’t put more thought into the new docks.

    Walter Smith
    s/v Salt Shaker

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  2. Danny Styons -  October 7, 2013 - 1:14 pm

    I rode to Belhaven by car last Wednesday to check out the docks, as we were planning a trip and this was on our list of stops. Boy am I glad I did! There are no free docks down town. They are as you said 1.00 per foot plus power. The free docks are a long way from town. I have hard time calling these town docks. They are up a path I wouldn’t think about walking at night. The docks were completely covered with sea gull poop! No lights. I can not imagine someone staying at these docks. I would feel munch safer anchored. Our new plan is skip Belhaven.
    Danny Styons

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