Gloucester City's Arts & Leisure
Gloucester City Cultural Arts & Heritage Society
Meets the Fourth Monday of every Month at the Gloucester City Library on Railroad and Monmouth Streets at 7:30 pm
Email: email@example.com 856-456-1462
Gloucester City Marina
Gloucester City Marina of Camden County was developed for recreational
boating and is located at King Street and Jersey Avenue at the Delaware
River in Gloucester City, NJ. The Marina will be officially
open from April to October from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on a
daily basis. Extended hours may be issued for holidays/special
occasions. There are 24 slips available and detailed berth rental rates and fees are described more fully below.
interested in applying for a slip, please first review the
rules/regulations link listed below and then download/complete the
application/rental agreement and submit payment/agreement to:
Municipal Building c/o "GC Marina"
512 Monmouth Street
Gloucester City, NJ 08030
Click Here for Marina Rules/ Regulations
Click Here for Application/ Rental Agreement
To Charter North Wind - GC Sail Boat
Winter Boat Storage Available at the Gloucester City Marina
$15.00 per foot of boat, boat sized limited to 30'
There are 50 spaces available and they are first come first serve
The boat owner must shrink wrap own boat.
Contact Lee at the Marina for more details.
Berth Rental and Fee Schedule
A maximum of 24 slips are available.
The maximum boat LOA availability is 26’ unless special arrangements are made.
Seasonal rentals shall be available for a seven (7) month period, from April 1 – October 31.
Metered electric and water are available at one-half of the slips. The fee is $100 for the
Non-refundable deposits of $100.00 are required to reserve a seasonal slip.
Submission of a completed contract, proof of required insurance coverage and payment in full
is due by March 31, 2010.
Failure to complete these requirements by the due date will result in forfeiture of slip,
as well as, deposit.
Monthly rentals shall be available for 30 days dockage.
A base rate of $7 per foot shall be charged.
Metered electric shall be available and charge at $40 per monthly
There shall be no pro-rating.
Payment is due, in full, upon assignment of slip. If slip is to be paid for an a monthly basis, then monthly payment is due in full each month before dockage.
Monthly slips shall be available on a limited basis, contingent upon project seasonal and transient traffic. No slips will be assigned prior to April 1st.
Non-refundable deposits of $100.00 are required to reserve a monthly slip.
Submission of a completed contract and proof of required insurance coverage is required before dockage will be allowed.
Overnight rentals shall be available for any dockage over 4 hours and for all dockage after 5:00 pm. A rate of $25.00 shall be charged. Payment is due in full when vessel enters the marina.
Deposits made on evening slip rentals are refundable with-in 24 hours before the reservation date.
Transient rentals shall be available for up to 4 hours.
A rate of $7 shall be charged.
Payment is due in full before vessel leaves the marina.
Deposits made on transient slip rentals are refundable with 24 hours notice before the reservation date.
Rates for special events must be approved by the City of Gloucester City.
Fees shall be waived for Police and Fire Safety vessels.
A $20.00 refundable deposit will be charged to all seasonal, transient and daily boaters requiring a gate key.
Ramp fees are:
Boat Launch $12.00
Boat Launch Season Pass $150.00
Jet Ski Launch $5.00
Jet Ski Launch Season Pass $75.00
The marina is for non-commercial boats only, unless under contract with City of Gloucester City.
Only one boat per slip shall be permitted, except during special events and/or as assigned by marine personnel.
There shall be no transfer of assigned slips without marina approval.
Gloucester City Sails Click here to link to Sails Website
In case you were wondering...
A plaque has been installed August 2008 which states "The anchor came from the cargo ship Saint Ambroise launched in Saunderland, England in 1919. The anchor is stamped with an upright swastika which represents the Hindu symbol for long life, good health and good luck. This swastika should not be confused with the off-set swastika that symbolized the evil and tyranny of Nazi Germany.
This German ship anchor that had been hiding at the old Coast Guard Base for many years is now prominently displayed at Proprietor's Park on King Street. The anchor was taken from a German freighter captured by the Coast Guard off of the Atlantic Coast during World War II. For 40+years the anchor sat at the entrance of the City Coast Guard Base, which was abandoned by the Coast Guard in 1986 when they left the property.
Today, it has been cleaned and repositioned near the entrance of the City Marina at the intersection of King Street and Jersey Avenue. For the past few weeks Union Local 711 Painters and Allied Trades AFL-CIO kindly donated their time to scrape the rust off the anchor and paint it. The job was completed last week and the anchor was moved to its new location on Wednesday (August 22) by the Public Works Department.
While there has been slight opposition to the project due to the swastikas that are visible on the anchor, Mayor & Council have decided to erect a plaque at the foot of the anchor explaining its rich history as they feel that because of the anchor’s historic value, the City felt is would be wrong to remove the symbols.Other future enhancements include a landscaped area and a possible seating area to draw visitors to the site.
Municipal Building, 512 Monmouth Street, Gloucester City, NJ 08030 (856) 456-0205
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM; Thursday - 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM; Friday - CLOSED
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