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Harbor East Marina

Harbor East Marina
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Phone:
+1 410-625-1700
Address:
40 International Drive
City:
Baltimore
State:
Maryland
Zipcode:
21202
Country:
United States
Newly renovated Harbor East Marina in Baltimore, Maryland, is a 184-slip marina with up to 500 feet of alongside dockage. 
Business Description:

Located in the heart of Baltimore’s famed Inner Harbor, Harbor East Marina offers an unparalleled urban oasis boasting spectacular views, refined amenities and access to the city’s most prestigious neighborhood, Harbor East. Luxury hotels, 5-star restaurants, lively bars & lounges and the best of national and local shops sit just steps ashore, providing guests a sophisticated waterfront retreat.
In addition to its prime setting, Harbor East Marina offers boaters a world-class marina experience with 154 boat slips and 500ft of alongside dockage.  Our newly renovated facility features brand-new floating docks, wider slips and finger piers, Ipe decking, enhanced shore power and reimagined amenities throughout the property. From exciting summer events and educational seminars, to well-appointed showers and a comfortable marina lounge, boaters are surrounded by all the comforts of home while enjoying their stay in Baltimore.
 

 

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