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Money Island Marina Newport NJ

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Boat ramp at Money Island Marina

HOURS: Our deep water boat ramp is open daily 6 AM to 6 PM. Use outside those hours can be arranged by calling the marina manager. A cash drop box is posted on the wall next to the door of the bait shop.

ASSISTANCE: Assistance with loading and unloading is provided by Bruce.

FEES: Our fee of $20 for most boats is $5 higher than other local ramps but ours is newer and in better condition and the fee includes access to the other marina facilities including the new rest room, fish cleaning tables and sun-screened deck. The fee for smaller boats is $10 and the fee for jet skis is $5.

TRANSITION DOCK: A transition dock adjacent to the ramp allows temporary or short term tie ups to make loading and unloading easier.

LOW TIDE: While our ramp is longer than most, it is still difficult or impossible for most types of boat trailers to load a boat at low tide. Check the tide time and plan your trip accordingly.

We strongly discourage use of the ramp at low tide. If you get stuck trying to use the ramp at low tide, additional fees may apply to get you out.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Please use our tire braces when parlking your vehicle on the ramp. A stainless steel emergency cable hangs from a post alongside the ramp. A boat hook and lifesaving ring are on the upper deck of the ramp. Fire extinguishers are located at the gas dock upper level and inside the bait shop door.

boat ramp



Marinas and waterways are inherently dangerous. Exercise caution and always keep safety as your first priority. Enjoy our facilities at your own risk.


Green energy certified


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.