A Safe Harbor for Your Boat

Set Sail for Adventure

One of Moss Landing’s prime attractions is its proximity to the Pamlico River. Naturally, a waterfront community of our caliber simply wouldn’t be complete without a place to house your boat. Conveniently located at the headwaters of the Pamlico River, the Moss Landing Marina is a five-minute walk from your back door. Our 92 slips range in size from 30 to 50 feet and can accommodate sailboats, speedboats or other boats of up to 60 feet. With its easy access, our marina is also an ideal spot to launch your paddleboat, kayak, canoe or skiff. Want to explore the Inner Banks? The Intracoastal Waterway is just 25 nautical miles to the east. Moss Landing residents are entitled to an additional $1500 off the promotional price of any boat slip at Moss Landing Marina purchased before 8/1/16. For more information, email hello@beacon-street.com or call (252) 231-2944.

In the Path of Pirates: Boating in the Pamlico Sound & Along the Pamlico Sound

 

Considering its enviable waterfront location, it should come as no surprise that boating is a popular activity here in Washington. You can trace the source of the Pamlico River up the Tar River or take a scenic cruise along the Pungo River. Or you can tack east and explore the vast expanse of the Pamlico Sound. Edward Teach – more familiarly known as Blackbeard – and his barbarous crew of pirates sailed these waters over 400 years ago.

 

Today, with over 3,000 square miles of open water, the Pamlico Sound offers plenty of room for everything from waterskiing to windsurfing, paddleboarding to bass fishing. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, you might want to chart a course to Ocracoke Island, where Blackbeard met his demise at the hands of the British navy in 1718.

 

Marina & Clubhouse

Conveniently located at the headwaters of the Pamlico River, the Moss Landing Marina is a five-minute walk from your back door. Our 92 slips range in size from 30 to 50 feet and can accommodate sailboats, speedboats or other boats of up to 60 feet. With its easy access, our marina is also an ideal spot to launch your paddleboat, kayak, canoe or skiff. Want to explore the Inner Banks?

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