A Marina Worthy of the Name "Full Service"

South Jersey Marina has been providing first-class accommodations and services for more than 20 years. Slipholders and transients find everything they need to make their boating experience productive and pleasurable. The marina’s 75 slips all feature high-profile, state-of-the-art floating piers. Without the experience, care and dedication of its staff, a marina is only a place to tie up a boat. At South Jersey Marina, we have an experienced staff which understands boats and boaters, and is committed to the well-being of both.

Dockside services include local weather & fishing reports and the coordination of boat repairs through our sister facility: Canyon Club Resort Marina, also located on Cape May Harbor. Sparkling clean showers and rest rooms, an on-site laundry plus nearby restaurants and well-stocked food markets, all combine to make life on your boat a treat instead of a test of endurance.

Ship’s Store

Looking for a souvenir of your stay or that latest tournament fishing line? Then a stop at our ship’s store is a must. Fishing tackle, sportswear, charts, artwork and gifts are just a part of our in-stock inventory.

Plus, everything you’ll need for boat cleaning, maintenance and care is on our shelves.

It’s an old cliche, but… “If we don’t have it, we’ll do everything possible to get it, and get it fast!”

Serious Fishing

South Jersey Marina is serious about fishing. The largest Charter and Party Boat Fleet in southern New Jersey leaves our docks. And some of the sport’s most exciting, and rewarding tournaments call us home. Tournaments like The MidAtlantic Tournament, the MidAtlantic Tuna Tournament and the Viking/Ocean Showdown. Our location at the southern end of the Jersey Cape puts the fishing grounds of the Atlantic and Delaware Bay within easy reach.

A Way to All Waters

One look at a Chart shows why South Jersey Marina is one of the East Coast’s most popular marinas… for slipholders and transient boats alike.

Easily accessible from the Atlantic Ocean, Delaware Bay and Intracoastal Waterway, we are an ideal jumping-off point for sport fishermen and cruisers who like to put a variety of marine environments to the test.

Come and spend a few nights with us, you may not want to leave.

Recent Marina News

Test Fishing Center 2024
This is a test of the emergency broadcast system.
Record Setting 32nd MidAtlantic Draws to a Close!
The final fishing day of the 2023 MidAtlantic saw only 11 boats head offshore into a stiff southerly breeze and sporty sea conditions. By early afternoon the sun began to peek through high clouds though the gusty wind made for a bumpy afternoon and a rough ride home. With nearly the entire 181-boat field having...
Moving Day Comes Early at The MidAtlantic!
Day Four dawned overcast with a light breeze for the 180 boats that headed out today into a light chop. Over the history of The MidAtlantic the last day of the tournament has become known as “Moving Day” as the leaderboard typically sees a complete shake-up. That would not be the case this year as...
Big Blue Marlin Highlight Day 3
The morning of Day Three of the 2023 MidAtlantic got off to a bumpy start as the sporty conditions from the back end of the cold front yesterday lingered into the morning hours today. Reports from offshore indicated conditions had improved by late morning for the 165 boats fishing today and the billfish continued to...