by pac2368 on Dec 04, 2018
Very helpfull docking, fuel, and information on area restaurants. Nice ship store.
by dafisher00 on Jul 13, 2018
We have stayed here before it was nice, this time we told them we were going out for the day and we come back and someone is in our slip. It was just very inconvenient to sit and spin around while they figure out where we are going to go. Don't rent us a slip if you aren't going to give to us for the duration of our stay. Didn't really like staying on the fuel dock.
by gilg1 on May 13, 2018
Very good and friendly
by draedis on Oct 05, 2017
Been going to this marina for many years now, and it's definitely one of the top marinas. Service is great, people are nice, and they're constantly trying to improve things for their customers.
by dtonjes on Apr 24, 2013
If you are interested in staying at this marina be sure to bring a big boat and a large bag of cash and stay only on a floating dock. Plan on damaging your boat on the metal docks (metal docks??) with unprotected sharpe edges. Scrape along the concrete posts with broken down batter boards hanging by chains (recommeded) and packing straps. Play bumper boats getting into a slip with no manuvering room. Listen all night to generators run on large boats and sleep with over bright lights from the marina and huge fishing boats.
Enjoy your stay. Oh yeah, you can not fix stupid.
Hi dtonjes, Cape Marina believes your review does not accurately reflect our company as a whole. Our average ratings are over 4.0/5.0 on Google, Facebook and 3.0 on Active Captain. As a sea side marina, Metal Docks are very common, if not used to support concrete docks. Power from our marina is all 3-Phase 208V, some larger vessels may choose to run generators so they can achieve 240V but it is rare. Our marina is lighted to ensure the safety of our guests. Safe Travels! - Cape Marina Crew