Brand New Full- Service Marina located on the pristine historic Bennett’s Creek at the mouth of the James and Nansemond Rivers. State of the art floating docks with electric and water hook ups, a stocked ship store, unleaded 89 octane as well as diesel fuel, boat detailing, and sewage pump out. The marina is operated by our Dock Master Brenton Talbot and his professionally trained staff.
Minutes to The Chesapeake Bay, Hampton Roads Harbor and Intracoastal Waterway.
Our onsite concierge can supply anything from dinner reservations at our full service restaurant Decoys or our other award-winning restaurants, Vintage Tavern and River Stone Chophouse, to tickets for area attractions, sports and entertainment.
All of our slips feature dockside lighted pedestals with electric and water hook ups. As well as high power security cameras with full view of the dock. We can accommodate boats up to 80’ in length and will have professionally trained staff ready to assist in your arrival. Enjoy our HDTV and WIFI available to all slips. Our floating dock slips lead to an 1800 sq ft floating dock gathering area open to all boaters, and two ramps leading to our 14,000sq ft deck with tiki bar, and swim up bar.
Our beautiful hideaway also offers luxurious cottages with waterfront views, stone showers, Bose sound systems, the most comfortable beds in the world, fresh flowers, plush robes, linens, and towels, and a private pier with an 8 person hot tub on it.
The cottages can be booked with a private dock for your boat that accessed only through the cottage entrance.
Approach Instructions The Army Corp of Engineers has not yet dredged the mouth of the creek.
Coming in, you'll see two red daybeacons. The second red daybeacon is marked with a #4. Stay to the right of #4, and in between #4 and the green pvc pipe (clearance is about 25 feet wide). You can look on facebook for the video of our boat entering the creek (facebook: bennetts creek marina suffolk virginia).
Come in on plane.
At high tide you'll clear about 5 to 6 feet. At low tide, you'll want to be cautious as it can range between 1ft and 3ft. We have large vessels coming in without issue, but they are careful to follow the approach instructions.
Day trips for lunch are FREE!