Easy docking, great facilities, close to town. Always enjoy coming here.
Docks are very nice. As are the facilities. Worked out well for us this time.
The Wave action at the dock rocked the boat all night. No one got to sleep. Sunday was blessed with a loud water pump going off all day and that was followed by a night of loud music from the restraunt. Contined by the restraunt employees seemingly playing the drums on the trash cans. The town gave little entertainment value. Skip going and save yourself the.money and get some sleep
We had a great stay at Cape Charles Town Harbor. The dock master emailed us our slip assignment a few days ahead. The marina immediately answered our hail on VHF16 and had a line handler meet us at the slip. The floating docks are in excellent condition. The restrooms and showers are relatively new, very clean and accessed by coded door locks. There are several restaurants in easy walking distance.
Nice touch calling me by my first name when I called on the VHF,
Great town, all the marina staff are wonderful, friendly and professional. Marina well maintained, will be back many times.
Great docks and facilities
Shanty restaurant had great environment and food. Shower and bathroom facilities very clean. Docking and refueling was convenient, fellow sailors helpful and the evening quiet!
Easy access, deep water, clean bathrooms and showers, staff helpful and friendly, easy walk into town.
Great people, very helpful. Can't say enough good about them. They really helped us out. Easy access to the Bay and a wonderful town.
The Municipal Corporation of Cape Charles Harbor ably hosts a unique mix of commercial, industrial, and recreational vessels in its protective basin boasting 95 slips, 4 T- Heads ranging from 60 to 120 feet and 1200 feet of dock space. Whether for work or play, patrons 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 deep-water slips and docks and short walk to the re-emerging Historic Town.