Rockland, Maine - ME, United States
Bringing the Northeast boating community fantastic service for over 30 years, Journeys End Marina is a top-notch facility that will meet all of your boating needs and more. Located in Rockland, Maine, Journeys End Marina is in the prime area for world class boating. You will be able to enjoy fantastic amenities at the marina that will make you feel right at home during your stay. You will have access to clean showering and laundry facilities, as well as a lounge to relax in while your waiting for that last drying cycle. For those pesky work emails you need to catch up on, the marina has complimentary WIFI available throughout the property.
Journeys End Marina is a full-service venue, delivering quality service to its guests for all types of servicing needs. These include fiberglass and gel coat repairs, full re-paints and touch-ups, electrical repairs and more. Your boat will leave the marina looking and running like new! This marina does offer ValvTect Premium Marine Gasoline in both gas and diesel for all types of boats. A pump-out station is readily available as well.
During your stay at Journeys End Marina, there will be no shortage of things to do. The Rockland area has become a central tourism hub offering visitors quality shopping, neat art galleries and delicious restaurants.Read More
44.104755 / -69.101719
Cancellation Policy: This marina has a 24 hour cancellation policy. Please contact Snag-A-Slip or the marina at least 24 hours prior to your stay to receive a full refund.
August 30th, 2020:
|Vessel Name||Boat Type||Vessel LOA||Vessel Draft|
|Cygnus||Power||36 ft||4.0 ft|
Journey's End is a large facility capable of doing any kind of work. Hamilton Marine is right there. Easy walk to town for restaurants. The heads and showers are clean, and the laundry machines are only $1 each, washer and dryer.
Unfortunately, on our second visit this trip they had us on the North face dock, on the far side of the enormous steel building which is visible from across the harbor. This meant long walks to the facilities, and absolutely no WiFi signal. There isn't much protection on this side. It's open to the harbor, and wakes from all the boats coming and going from their North basin. The docks and ramps on this side make all kinds of clanging and creaking noises in the wakes and waves.
Moral of the story, make sure you're on the South side, or take a mooring, instead. You'll roll just as much, only it'll be quieter and you may even pick up a WiFi signal.