Brick Sets Prices for Traders Cove Boat Slips

Patch File Photo / Daniel Nee
Patch File Photo / Daniel Nee
Brick Township officials have set prices for boat slips at the township-owned Traders Cove Marina.

The marina slips, Councilman Jim Fozman said, are priced lower than private full-service marinas since Traders Cove does not offer many services that those facilities do, such as a fuel dock and mechanics.

The prices are:
  • Up to 20-feet: $65/foot
  • Up to 25-feet: $75/foot
  • Up to 30 feet: $90/foot
  • Up to 35 feet: $110/foot
  • Up to 40-feet: $120/foot
  • Up to 50-feet: $130/foot
  • Over 50-feet: $140/foot
  • Bayfront slips: $75/foot
Jet-ski docks will be $800/dock and transient slips will range from $25 per night for boats up to 21-feet up to $95 per night for boats above 40-feet.

Ramp access will cost $10 (one way) for residents and $20 (one way) for nonresidents. Season passes for residents will be $150 for residents and $300 for nonresidents.

Boat slip fees and transient fees include fresh water and electricity; jet-ski slips include water only. The boating season, as defined by the ordinance, runs from April 15 to Oct. 15.

The per-foot fees bring the marina more in line with how most marinas price their slips.
Lori Morrison April 29, 2014 at 08:21 AM
Boat ramp should be free for township residents
Glenn April 29, 2014 at 10:23 AM
Boat ramp should be free for residents, not double of last year. Sure not all residents have boats or live on the water, but I pay $18,000/yr. in taxes and need the ramp 4 times a year.
Paul Pallante April 29, 2014 at 10:31 AM
I agree with Lori...ramp should be free to residents.
BrickAmericanMan April 29, 2014 at 12:26 PM
What do you mean not cleaning fish? its a marina. that what you do there.
Daniel Nee April 29, 2014 at 12:53 PM
RockNRoll - I agree that it is a pretty decent deal with electric and water. I personally don't require more than that for my boat. But why are you against filleting fish? I've never heard of a marina banning that, and I'd think twice about tying up somewhere that forbid it.


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