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      Basic Marina Information:

      Phone: 252-944-0066
      Statute Mile: 135.5
      Lat/Lon: Near 35°32.223 N / 76°37.354 W
      Location: lies in the charted cove indenting the northeastern shores of Pantego Creek, northwest of marker #9 and Belhaven Waterway Marina. Local hospital overlooks the opposite side of the cove from the city docks
      Depths: 6 ft.
      Address: 315 East Main Street
      Belhaven,  NC   27810

      Service Details:

      Transient Dockage:Available. Maximum stay of three nights
      Transient Dockage Rate:$1.00 per foot per night
      Type of dockage:Facedock
      Live Aboards Allowed:no
      Total number of slips/berths:4-5 spaces
      Dockside Power Connections:30 amp power hookups available
      30 Amp Notes:$5.00/per night - single 30 amp hookup
      Dock. Fresh Water Connections:Available. available
      Restaurant:several within walking distance
      Restaurant Recommendations:Fishooks (252-943-9948), Georgie’s Oyster Bar (252-943-2102)
      Provisioning Possibilities:Cruisers may be able to rent a marina golf cart at Belhaven Waterway Marina next door to facilitate a visit to Food Lion supermarket 2 miles away
      LPG (Propane) Availability:Available. walk to nearby Riddick & Windley Ace Hardware (252-943-2205) for tank exchange, or propane tanks can be refilled six blocks walk away from marina at Amerigas Propane (252-943-3547)
      Waste pump-out:Available. $5.00 pumpout
      Wi-Fi Internet Access:Not Available
      Fuel Availability:No Fuel Available

      Reviews from Cruisers (8)

      1. Jim Murtha -  November 16, 2013 - 3:43 pm

        Stayed at Belhaven town docks 11/9/2013. The entrance is directly above the Waterway Marina. You must navigate between a group of old pilings to reach the long face dock. The first length of dock has a low wooden fence and we were told it is for short tie ups only (a pump out is in this area). As you continue in the basin there are electric & water connections. Looks like there may be space for five or six vessels. We saw depths at the seven and eight foot levels.
        Earlier we had attempted to phone the dock master but couldn’t contact anyone. Shortly after we finished docking the dock master came over and said we should expect a few more vessels and should be ready for tight quarters. The fee was $1.00/ft and included electric and water. Self operated pump out was via a $5.00 token. The dock master said the town had yet to post any signs or entrance aids at this dock.
        The docking was fine although no other vessels ever showed up. The dock master mentioned the “new free” docks so we thought we would check them out as we took a walking tour of town. We walked the river front all the way out of town till we reached a fenced commercial facility about 1/2 mile out of town. We took several grassy paths out towards the river but never located these new docks.
        The town itself appears a little down on its luck as though “its time had passed”. The few people we encountered on the street were friendly as was the dock master.
        Jim Murtha

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      2. Jim -  October 16, 2013 - 8:34 am

        WOW! People actually complaining about not getting a free dock?? Has anyone tried to get a permit for a dock lately? And why threaten to skip these small towns and not help them pay for the upkeep of their docks. Will you be happy when no shoreside facilities are available to us transients.

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      3. Danny Styons -  October 16, 2013 - 8:34 am

        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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      4. Keith -  June 6, 2013 - 9:05 am

        There is power and water as well a pump out.
        At the very end of the main channel just before the bridge. Have to go in through a very small channel lined with rickety pilings. Looks improbable, but it is there. Wouldn’t have found it without the photos.

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      5. Mike and Gail Preston -  May 2, 2012 - 3:10 pm

        We stayed at the new town dock at Belhaven, NC this last week.
        Narrow entrance, but basin to turn around. Room for three to four boats depending on size. Tie to poles, no cleats. No water or power, No assistance unless someone is there.
        Right in the middle of town, short walk down to Georgies Sports and Oyster bar, where the seafood is great. Sitting at the bar the guys will shuck your steamed oysters. We rafted up to companion boat comfortably for the night.
        I would stay here again.
        Mike and Gail Preston

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      6. Keith and Joy Reising -  May 2, 2012 - 3:09 pm

        Belhaven has new town docks in the center of town with no fee ! No electric or pumpout for free but nice.
        The best seafood we have had in a long time is 4 blocks from the dock at Georgies in Belhaven. Georgies is a great value too.
        Keith and Joy Reising
        aboard “Great Mates II”
        44 Atlantic MY

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      7. Roger Hitchner -  March 12, 2012 - 3:57 pm

        Great News! I will make it a regular stop. And if there is any $$$ left over, how about installing a HarborCam so I can see from the waterway if there is room at the dock? Just asking.
        Roger Hitchner
        Painter, Hershine 41

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      8. S/V Faith -  March 12, 2012 - 3:57 pm

        Had the opportunity to be the first boat docked at the ‘New’ Bellhaven Town dock. Spent the night of 28 December there while aboard a Pearson 424… found pleanty of water for the 6′ draft. We took soundings in the dingy before we went in, and found 8′ all the way in (stay close to the old pilings). The entry channel has good water just stay in the middle until you see the new dock (near the hospital). Stayed the night with a friend on a Southern Cross 31 and were joined by another sailboat the next day. Local paper came out and officially pronounced the dock “open” (we made the front page).
        The dock was constructed with money from a grant, and while no signs are up now, there is to be a 24hour limit. Trash disposal is available, and there is a public restroom across the parking lot. Close to the hardware store, and restaurant… great stop!
        S/V Faith

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