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South Jersey Marina

Cape May, New Jersey - NJ, United States

South Jersey Marina: a Marina worthy of the name "Full Service"

South Jersey Marina has been providing first-class accommodations and services for more than 20 years. Slipholders and transients will find everything they need to make their boating experience productive and pleasurable. The marina’s 75 slips all feature high-profile, state-of-the-art floating piers. Without the experience, care and dedication of its staff, a marina is just a place to tie up a boat. At South Jersey Marina, they have an experienced staff which understands boats and boaters, and is committed to the well-being of both.

Dockside services include local weather & fishing reports and the coordination of boat repairs through their sister facility: Canyon Club Resort Marina, also located on Cape May Harbor. Sparkling clean showers and rest rooms, an on-site laundry plus nearby restaurants and well-stocked food markets, all combine to make life on your boat a treat instead of a test of endurance.

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  • Pump-Out
  • Gas
  • Ice
  • Courtesy Car
  • ValvTect®
  • Groceries Nearby
  • Fuel
  • Ship Store
  • ATM
  • WiFi
  • Diesel
  • Showers
  • Floating Docks
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • Restrooms
  • Oil Recycling
  • Laundry
  • Post Office Within 1 Mile
  • Deli
  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Town Nearby
  • Retail Nearby


38.9454 / -74.91271

South Jersey Marina

Cape May, New Jersey - NJ, United States

$3.75 - $4.75/ft

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Cancellation Policy: This marina has a 24 hour cancellation policy. Please contact Snag-A-Slip more than 24hrs prior to arrival in order to be eligible for a full refund.

Waterway Guide Review

Malcolm on May 21st, 2023:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Janthina Power 48 ft 5.0 ft

Located near the bridge in the Cape May back channel, South Jersey Marina caters to larger boats and sport fishermen and sponsors tournaments during the season. The 4 foot clearance on the Lafayette St. Bridge means that there is no through traffic at the marina. Reservations were handled efficiently and the marina was accommodating to our request for early arrival so that we could get a boat bike repaired. The gas dock and the slips behind it are on the creek so, when the tide is running, there is a considerable current to deal with. The slips behind the gas dock are perpendicular to the current flow so it is best to arrive at slack tide. There is plenty of depth and room to maneuver, even for larger boats.

The physical facilities offer everything that you would want. The docks are floating and in excellent condition. Well maintained power, water, and even fuel are available in slip. The office/store is quite extensive and the newly refurbished laundry room has three large capacity washers and dryers: credit card only. Showers are on the second floor and can only be described as "Deluxe." There is a restaurant on site and several others, including the Lobster House, within easy walking distance. Cell service was excellent for all carriers and we had excellent internet connectivity. Marina Wi-Fi was string and fast as well. There is no gated security at the marina but all areas were well lit and there was no sense of concern for safety.

A special mention must be made of the marina staff. Everyone that we came in contact with provided the necessary help in a professional but also friendly fashion. They went out of their way to make our stay more than pleasant and we saw this as they helped two other boats into the marina as well. There is a courtesy car that will take you into town for shopping or food during the day and there is Uber service for evening outings.

The town of Cape May is really quite interesting. It is recognized as the oldest seaside resort in the country with a history going back to the mid-eighteenth century. You could spend a week simply walking around the different area of interests, soaking up the rich history of the place. Cape May is also on the Atlantic Waterfowl Flyway and there are several important wildlife refuges nearby. An Acme supermarket is in town and an ALDI supermarket is five miles north of the marina. The courtesy car will take you and pick you up. We ate lunch downtown at Key West Tacos and had a delicious meal. For us the stay was a surprise. We have been through Cape May several times before but it was always as an overnight stopping point transiting the Atlantic or Delaware Bay. It is worth the time to stop and sample what the town has to offer.

Waterway Guide Review

Gary on May 17th, 2023:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Lady Barbara Power 76 ft 5.0 ft

Nice marina, stayed on fuel dock, 20' water at high tide, high floating docks, prices are high but great location and seem to be line for the area.

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