Flounder season is now open and we still have a few great deep water protected boat slips for 2015. Our slip pricing is lower for smaller boats this year and a little higher for larger boats. We are able to accommodate those who want to pay over time rather than all at once. The discounted seasonal slip rental rate is $45 per foot ($720 for a 16 foot boat minimum, Dry dock price with unlimited ramping is lower and we have a special deal for local veterans who might otherwise not be able to afford to enjoy the marina. Download a rental application here. Call Bruce with any questions at 856-447-3576.
Money Island is in rural Cumberland County, New Jersey on the southwest tip of the state with the Post Office of Newport NJ 08345. We are the smallest community in Downe Township, promoted as "the nature lover's paradise", on the Delaware Bay shore. The community consists of two roads, Nantuxent Drive and Bayview Avenue with an additional unpaved spur officially known as East Nantuxent but locally referred to as "shell lane". The marina bait house is the first building visible as you approach the island from the causeway.
The marina is located on Nantuxent Cove, where the Nantuxent Creek enters the middle Delaware Bay. We are about 60 miles directly south of Philadelphia via Route 55 and about 16 miles southwest of Millville New Jersey. We are 8 nautical miles east of Dover Delaware. Get driving directions from Google Maps.
*Please be aware that there is another place nicknamed "Money Island" in New Jersey (not ours) near Toms River on the Atlantic Ocean side of the state. There is also another places nicknamed "Newport New Jersey". The other Newport NJ (not ours) is a recently redeveloped multiple use community near New York City. Avoid confusion by entering the zip code "08345" into searches.
Marinas and waterways are inherently dangerous. Exercise caution and always keep safety as your first priority. Enjoy our facilities at your own risk.
Money Island Marina LLC is pleased to host projects of BaySave Foundation promoting sustainability of the Delaware Bay communities and the living shoreline projects of The Nature Conservancy and the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. The marina uses Green-e Energy to certify that its energy program meets the minimum environmental and consumer protection standards established by the non-profit Center for Resource Solutions.