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Weather Station

Slip Utilities

The marina has re-opened after extensive repairs. This marina has a centrally located fuel dock on the Albemarle Sound, and both non-ethanol gas and diesel fuel are competitively priced. A pump-out station is also available. To purchase services at the fuel dock, call the dockmaster on VHF 16 or 68, or phone at (252) 426-4037. The fuel dock is located between the two flags at the end of C Dock.

Slip utilities include power hookup, with 30 and 50 amps, water hookup, and WiFi on C-Dock.  Our permanent docks accommodate boats up to 60 feet, with a draft of 6 feet. The Dockmaster’s Office is open 9:00 am-5:00 pm on weekdays, and 8:00 am-5:00 pm on weekends. Memorial Day to Labor Day. Winter hours are 9:00 am-5:00 pm.

Albemarle Plantation has our own weather station installed on the docks, as well as a webcam for a live video feed. Local weather conditions and a 10 day forecast are available on Weather Underground.

Kayak rentals are available and there is a dedicated launch ramp at the docks. Call ahead, and we’ll put your kayak or canoe in the water for you. We also have a ramp for launching from trailers further up the creek. In addition, we have a floating dock suitable for launching small dingys, row boats, and Sunfish.