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Coinjock Marina

Coinjock, North Carolina - NC, United States

Perfect stop along the ICW

Off the Intercoastal Waterway at Mile Marker 50 is the Coinjock Marina in North Carolina. With 30 slips that can accommodate vessels up to 140 feet, the marina is perfect for those cruising the ICW. Coinjack Marina has great amenities including a fuel dock, 30/50/100-amp power, and 120/240-volt power, WiFi, cable TV, clean bathhouses, a laundry facility, pump-out and more. Onsite is a world-famous dockside restaurant that is open year-round. Forget something? Check out the marina’s fully stocked ship’s store. If you don’t want to stay on your boat, the marina has onsite lodging available, which sleeps up to nine people. Coinjack Marina even offers rental cars and airport transportation for those looking for ways to get around. If you’re making your way through the ICW, Coinjack Marina is the perfect place to Snag-A-Slip.

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Amenities

  • Showers
  • Pet Friendly
  • Town Nearby
  • Restaurant Nearby
  • Hotel/Lodging Nearby
  • Bars/Clubs Nearby
  • WiFi
  • Ice
  • Pump-Out
  • Laundry
  • Ship Store
  • Gas
  • Diesel
  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Cable TV
  • Bars/Clubs On-Site
  • Hotel/Lodging On-Site
  • ATM
  • Bathhouse

Location

36.3486 / -75.9488

Coinjock Marina

Coinjock, North Carolina - NC, United States

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$1.75/ft

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Verified Snag-A-Slip Stay

Lawrence on April 22nd, 2021:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Sea Dragon Power 35 ft 4 ft

Nice place, pet friendly and nice dog walk. The prime rib in the restaurant is amazing. Call to order it first! The rate in January 2020 was $1.75/ft plus electric if you stay overnight. Intense multi-fuel fuel dock. I would have figured that, but I got there at dinner time, fueled up, and had to pay for the night even if I dined and left when they closed. But - a nice place with nice folks and a store with all your boat needs from oil to trinkets.