The Morehead City Yacht Basin is in the heart of downtown Morehead City with a short walk to over 20 restaurants. Only a few hundred feet west of the ICW just north of the Morehead City causeway bridge and State Port, the Calico Creek deepwater channel leads to a well protected basin dredged to a depth of 10 - 13 feet at mean low water. The facility has been expanded to handle 88 vessels from 30 feet to 200 feet in length. The floating docks are engineered to exacting specifications and are surfaced with Brazilian cumaru wood and washed river gravel aggregate panels. With over 1250 ft. of transient side dockage and 30, 50 and 100 amp power, the new facility has the longest floating fuel dock in the State, refuelling five boats at a time and pumping 56 gallons per minute of fuel. The new clubhouse, bathroom and laundry facilities are incomparable. Does not have dry storage.
as of 04/30/2013 *price incl. taxes
Marinalife member Fuel Discounts: Variable discounts starting at 500 gallons or more.
*Marinalife is not responsible for the accuracy of these prices. The prices are updated directly by the marina not by Marinalife
Directions by Water
Just North of the Morehead City High Rise Bridge at ICW Mile 204.5 and just South of ICW Marker #38, turn West into Calico Creek (a federally maintained deepwater channel) leaving red markers to starboard and you will see the Morehead City Yacht Basin. The fuel dock is on the West side of B-Dock. Call the Dockmaster on VHF Channel 16 for directions.