Cape Charles Town Harbor
The Town of Cape Charles Harbor ably hosts a unique mix of commercial, industrial, and recreational vessels in its protective basin, boasting 95 slips and 1400 feet of dock space. Whether for work or play, patrons will enjoy access to the greatest fishing areas on the Chesapeake Bay. Visitors can watch Watermen haul in and off-load their daily catches of Blue Crabs, Horse Shoe Crabs, Conchs, Fish, Clams, Shark, and Scallops. The Harbor’s state-of-the-art public boat ramps are enjoyed by both individual pleasure and sport fishing crafts as well as the charter boats that run expeditions daily for Cobia, Striped Bass, Flounder, Drum, Spade, Trout and Croaker. Transient vessels appreciate the Harbor for its deepwater slips and docks and short walk to Historic Downtown, where a variety of shops, restaurants and actives are available.
Patrons value the Cape Charles Harbor for its clean, well-maintained facilities and knowledgeable staff, its proximity to the charms of Cape Charles, and its singular character as a hub of commerce, sport, and pleasure. We have been designated a “VIRGINIA CLEAN MARINA“.
Current office hours are:
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM – Monday through Saturday
Cape Charles Harbor
2 Plum Street
Cape Charles, VA 23310
VHF: Monitor 16 Talk 06
The Oyster Farm Marina at Kings Creek
Constructed of superior Brazilian Walnut decking, the Oyster Farm Marina at Kings Creek boasts 124 floating slips and are fully cushioned, single loading, providing accommodations for boats up to 150’. Dock services offered are:
- Fuel (diesel, 89 Plus (Non Ethanol) & 93 octane)
- Electric (Transients $8 per day 30 amp, $10 per day 50 amp $25 per day 100 amp) & water
- Wireless Internet service and Cable TV
- Beautifully designed restrooms with 7 showers
- Laundry facilities
- Upscale restaurant and bar
- Event planning and catering services
- Golf cart, paddle board, kayak and bicycle rental available on site.
Approach from the Bay and Cape Charles Channel to Cherry Stone Inlet Channel. Use NOAA Chart 12224.
From the Cape Charles Town jetty and fishing pier proceed to Day Mark “2” Fl R 2.5s and G”3” (Heading @ 022m). Use the dolphin (tripod of pilings) as a range between these two navigational aids. Be sure to back-range (look behind you) as the current in this channel can approach 2 knots at times, and in conjunction with the wind, will set the mariner out of the channel. Come right once past R”4″ to 093m and proceed down the channel favoring cans 3B & 3C off your port heading to G”5” and R”6”. (NOTE: DISREGARD DAY MARK 2CI. THIS DAY MARK IS FOR ANOTHER CHANNEL AND NOT FOR YOUR APPROACH INTO KINGS CREEK). Continue to follow the marked channel on into Kings Creek. Hail the marina once past R”4″ on channel 16. You’ll be asked to switch and answer our working channel. Dock hands with Oyster Farm Marina will be happy to assist you with dock lines, hook-ups and any other boating needs that you may have upon your arrival into Kings Creek.
The Oyster Farm at Kings Creek Marina
500 Marina Village Circle
Cape Charles, VA 23310
VHF: 09, 16, 64