The renovated facility includes new docks and upgraded amenities
A complete overhaul to the Bridge Pointe Marina in New Bern, North Carolina has given the marina a new lease on life. The recently renovated marina has new docks, upgraded utilities and amenities, and an improved overall layout.
The marina’s new docks reflect the latest in timber dock technology. The docks were designed and manufactured by world renowned marina builder Bellingham Marine. An IPE hardwood deck framed by southern yellow pine walers highlights the attention to detail that was placed on the new facility.
“A marina’s docks play a big part of a boater’s overall impression of a facility,” said marina manager, Jesse Schmucker. “We wanted the docks at Bridge Pointe marina to echo our commitment to quality and to providing our boaters with a first class experience.”
The marina has capacity for 125 vessels with access to cable television, free wireless internet, metered power and fresh water. Finger piers range from 33’ to 70’ in length with side-tie moorage available for boats up to 150’ in length. The marina’s deep water basin and location at the confluence of the Trent and Neuse Rivers make it a great location for local and visiting boaters.
Aside from the waterside improvements, the marina also redesigned and renovated their boater’s lounge area. The new building includes showers, restrooms, laundry, and a comfortable air conditioned sitting area. Charcoal grills are also available.
As the world’s leading marina design-build construction company, Bellingham Marine specializes in floating dock, floating platform and floating wave attenuation systems for marinas worldwide. The company also produces dry storage systems for the upland storage of boats.
Submitted by: Bellingham Marine Industries