Cape George Colony Club

Cape George Marina

Cape George has an 80-slip marina protected by a seawall. A few of the slips can accommodate boats up to 40 feet in length with a maximum beam of 12 feet. However, the entrance depth often limits the size of the boats the marina can accommodate.

Most slips have electricity, water and dock boxes available for an extra charge.

Fees, rates and charges are subject to change from time to time.

Members can have full launch ramp privileges. An area at the south end of the marina is available for storing boats/trailers on either an open or reserved basis. In addition we have dry land kayak, canoe and dinghy storage available.

Marina and storage fees are charged to Members using these facilities. See the fee schedule for details.

Recently, volunteers built a crab/shrimp cooking facility at the north end of the marina. Members may use the cooking pots, propane burners, etc., to prepare their shellfish. Make sure you dispose of all shells below the low tide mark in the marina.

We have a volunteer Harbormaster who is responsible for assigning marina slips, overseeing the running of the marina, and working with the volunteers to maintain the facilities through a very active marina committee. These volunteers, who meet on Tuesdays at 9:00 a.m. in the winter and also on Thursdays at 9:00 a.m. in the summer, have built the docks, put in the water service, constructed the cooking shelter, etc. Participation in the marina committee is encouraged to keep the usage fees low.

If you would like a marina slip, rampage, trailer dry land or kayak storage, complete and return the Marina Registration Form. At this time is there is a waiting list for larger moorage slips. If you want to be put on the waiting list, complete the Marina Registration form and return it to the Cape George Office along with your waiting list fee. 

Note: It is necessary to obtain permission from the Harbormaster before launching any jet skis. Also, boaters are advised to closely observe the depth when entering the marina.