Saybrook Point Marina is located at the mouth of the Connecticut River adjacent to Long Island Sound in historic Old Saybrook, Connecticut. The state of the art marina can accommodate boats from 13-130’, and features indoor and outdoor pools, a whirlpool, sauna, steam room, fitness center, spa, complimentary bicycles, complimentary shuttle into Old Saybrook. There is onsite fine dining with waterfront views at the new restaurant Fresh Salt and an onsite spa. Additionally, Saybrook Point Inn is adjacent to the marina and offers elegant rooms. Saybrook Point Marina has both fixed and floating docks with electrical hookups of 30amp, 50amp, 100 amp single phase, and 100amp 3 phase. Cable TV and WiFi service are complimentary. The Ships Store has a variety of boating supplies and can have specialty items typically delivered next day. Saybrook Point is a certified Clean Marina, was National Marina of the Year in 2007, and is Connecticut’s only 5 Bell Marina.
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Directions by Water
From Long Island Sound:
Enter the Connecticut River at the breakwater located north of Red Bell 8. Once past the breakwater and lighthouses, locate the large Shell sign and the ValvTect sign just further north on the left bank of the river. The gas dock and pump-out stations are located on the fixed fuel dock north of the Shell sign and under the ValvTect sign. The dock house is a gray lighthouse with a red roof on the fixed dock. The entrance to Saybrook Point Marina is between the Shell sign and the lighthouse with the red roof.
From the Connecticut River:
Traveling south on the Connecticut River, pass under the highway bridge and the railroad bridge. After the second bridge, you will see Dock and Dine on the right side of the river. Saybrook Point Marina is directly south of their dock. The gas dock and pump-out stations are located on a fixed dock where you will see a gray lighthouse with a red roof (our dockhouse) and orange fenders hanging out front. The entrance to the marina is an inlet south of the dockhouse, but north of the Shell sign at neighboring marina, Harbor One.
Longitude: 72º 21
Latitude: 41º 17