Money Island MarinaMoney Island Marina, Newport New Jersey
a sustainable green marina on the rural Delaware Bay
(856) 447-3576
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Free hot dogs with paid dock fishingpier fishing at Money Island Marina

We ordered too many hot dogs for the Father's Day picnic so in order to clear our some space in our freezer, hot dogs are free with paid dock or pier fishing. Dock and pier fishing is $4 per day. We don't charge for spouses or girlfriends or for kids. Includes use of marina facility (deck and bathroom). Access to ice, cold drinks, bait and tackle can make the trip more enjoyable. Bruce can give more information on tide times, what's being caught and baits used.

Great partial season boat slips available

We've started with a strong spring striper season and flounder season is around the corner. Great boat slip and dry dock spaces for the 2014 season are now going fast so reserve your favorite spot now. We offer the longest season in the area (March 15 to December 15), competitive slip prices (most are $1,000/slip, $500/dry dock regardless of size) along with fresh/live bait, fuel, tackle and the best coffee in the area!

Download a 2014 rental application package here or just call Bruce at 856-447-3576. Slips can be reserved by telephone with a secure credit card deposit taken online later (we just need your contact information and email address).

Find out why Money Island Marina is the place boaters are talking about this season. Prime well-protected deep water boat slips with the area's most convenient access to prime Delaware Bay fishing locations are still available with an extended season from March 15 through December 15. Seasonal dry dock available with unlimited in/out ramp use for slip holders and dry dock leases. Gas, bait, ice, tackle and supplies available 7 days a week from 6 a.m. All major credit cards accepted.Delaware Bay web cam

Fresh bunker available now 

Environmentally friendly ice - We are reducing the cost and environmental impact of marina ice. read more...

Drive to the bay for coffee?

Is it worth a drive to the bay just for coffee? It might be if it is the best coffee on the bay (Philadelphia's LaColumbe), only $2.00, that can be sipped while taking in the amazing view from our sun-screened deck on the beautiful Delaware Bay.

2014 Angler Limits

2014 recreational limits, sizes and seasons summary chart is available now. Pick up a copy in the bait shop this spring.

Sponsors needed for Father's Day open house

Open house on Father's Day last year was a lot of fun. We plan do make it bigger and better for 2014 and are seeking business sponsors for the free public event. See last year's photos on Facebook.

Where is Money Island Marina?

Money Island is in rural Cumberland County, New Jersey on the southwest tip of the state with the Post Office of Newport NJ 08345. We are the smallest community in Downe Township, promoted as "the nature lover's paradise", on the Delaware Bay shore. The community consists of two roads, Nantuxent Drive and Bayview Avenue with an additional unpaved spur officially known as East Nantuxent but locally referred to as "shell lane". The marina bait house is the first building visible as you approach the island from the shop open now

The marina is located on Nantuxent Cove, where the Nantuxent Creek enters the middle Delaware Bay. We are about 60 miles directly south of  Philadelphia via Route 55 and about 16 miles southwest of Millville New Jersey. We are 8 nautical miles east of Dover Delaware. Get driving directions from Google Maps.

*Please be aware that there is another place nicknamed "Money Island" in New Jersey (not ours) near Toms River on the Atlantic Ocean side of the state. There is also another places nicknamed "Newport New Jersey". The other Newport NJ (not ours) is a recently redeveloped multiple use community near New York City. Avoid confusion by entering the zip code "08345" into searches.

map of Money Island Marina

Green energy certifiedMoney Island Marina LLC is pleased to host BaySave Foundation, a non-profit organization promoting sustainability of the Delaware Bay communities. The marina uses Green-e Energy to certify that its energy program meets the minimum environmental and consumer protection standards established by the non-profit Center for Resource Solutions.