New Dockage Rates for transient and long-term slip rentals now available.
The Marina at South Harbour Village is the perfect stop if you are running the ICW or just looking for that ideal vacation spot. Located on the Intracoastal Waterway midway between Wilmington, NC and Myrtle Beach, SC (just south of red ICW marker 8/mile 311), South Harbour Village Marina is nestled on the site of Southport’s historic fish factory at the base of the bridge to the Oak Island beaches. A wealth of dedicated services complement a wide range of boating activities. The marina offers amenities the whole family can enjoy and is convenient to the Atlantic Ocean via the Cape Fear River Inlet.
Our spacious fuel / transient dock can accommodate boats up to 175 feet. Amenities most marina guests find most attractive are: convenient access on the Intracoastal Waterway; competitive pricing on fuel and dockage; excellent power and water considerations; clean restrooms and laundry facilities; high speed internet access and courtesy phones. Marina Dockage Rates are available on a nightly, monthly, quarterly or annual basis. Both local and Italian cuisine are offered in two waterfront restaurants right at the end of our docks. So, whether you are looking for deep sea charters or tidal creek fishing, sunset cruises or lighthouse tours, a weekend retreat or golf getaway, drop anchor in The Marina at South Harbour Village and you will never want to leave.
APRIL I, 2013- NEW DOCKAGE RATE CHANGE
We are pleased to be able to pass on some of our operating cost savings on to you in the form of a rate savings on your dockage.
4909 Fish Factory Road
Southport, NC 28461 USA
ICW MM 311 | Green 9
Latitude 33° 55'.250" N
Longitude 78° 03'.667" W
Monitoring VHF Ch.16
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Read more about South Harbour Village Marina in the official Waterway Guide