by wwcraven on Jul 05, 2019
There is no on site dockmaster or anybody else. There is a sign on the gate with telephone number. We called it and got a return message with the gate code, three hours later. We chose a slip, setup our power cord and two dock chairs. We left on our boat to watch the fireworks. When we returned at 10pm, another boat had taken our slip. I had to back in to a new slip in the dark and retrieve my power cord and chairs. Our original slip was occupied by a ski boat and the owners were gone. I left a note on their windshield. The floating docks are nice but the walk is a long, steep incline to get up to street level. There is an elevator but you need a key and there is nobody to ask for service. Like all downtown Chattanooga marinas, it is fully exposed to River traffic and plenty of wakes. There were several boats that parked overnight, probably without a reservation then left in the morning, nobody checks in.
We hate to hear your experience was not a positive one. You left me a voicemail at 12:13 pm and I responded back by text (when you didn’t take my call back earlier) at 2:46 pm. The 4th of July holiday is a busy time on the water. The docks are walked several times a day and boats that are not suppose to be there are tagged with a notice. Cameron Harbor Marina is a private Marina that is run by the HOA. We do out best to accommodate transient boaters but we are not open 24 hours a day.
by iu4rent on May 02, 2019
Awesome Marina in downtown Chattanooga. 50 foot slips that are 20 feet wide. Very accommodating and located directly in front of a very nice restaurant.
by brewerdottie on Nov 12, 2018
Dockmaster Brad was awesome. Tough docking sideways to the current, which was strong... would have been VERY difficult without his help. Convenient to some really good restaurants, too!
Thank you Dottie. We look forward to seeing you again soon.