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NC marina gets facelift

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Bridge Pointe Marina in New Bern, N.C., has new docks, upgraded utilities and amenities, and an improved layout.



The new docks were designed and manufactured by Bellingham Marine of Ipe hardwood framed by southern yellow pine walers.


The marina can accommodate 125 vessels up to 150 feet and has access to cable television, free wireless Internet, metered power and fresh water. The marina’s deepwater basin is at the confluence of the Trent and Neuse rivers.

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