Description for Baltimore Marine Centers at Inner Harbor
Baltimore Marine Center at Inner Harbor is one of the most sought after destinations in the city. Located on the promenade at Baltimore's beautiful inner harbor and directly at the foot of Federal Hill, the city views are stunning! This marina was renovated in 2007 and offers 133 concrete floating dock slips that can accommodate yachts up to 300 feet. It is just a short walk to Baltimore's downtown attractions, festivities and restaurants, including the Inner Harbor pavilions, historic Federal Hill and the stadiums. Enjoy city living at its best from your slip at Inner Harbor. Transients always welcome.
as of 05/01/2017 *price incl. taxes
Marinalife member Fuel Discounts: $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel during transient visit at the marina.
*Marinalife is not responsible for the accuracy of these prices. The prices are updated directly by the marina not by Marinalife
Rusty Scupper has three dining levels on the 2nd floor; on weekends the 3rd floor and outdoor deck are open - all with great views. Just east is the American Visionary Art Museum. A short stroll west along the promenade is the Maryland Science Museum, Harbor Place and many Inner Harbor attractions: museums, aquarium, tall ships, USS Constellation. Just a little further is Oriole Park. Alternatively, tie up at the city dinghy dock near the anchorage or take the water taxi (it stops at 35 attractions). Get a Harbor Pass at the Visitors' Center $46/30 - 3-day access to 4 attractions, water taxi, plus discounts.
Chesapeake Bay to the Brewerton Channel (Patapsco River), follow the Patapsco River in until Fort McHenry. Go around Fort McHenry to the starboard side, follow the Harbor channel all the way into the city. Our facility is the last one on your port side. Look for the Rusty Scupper Restaurant and Inner Harbor Marina fuel signs.
Latitude: 39° 16' 55" N
Longitude: 76° 36' 30" W
09, 16, and 69