OPENING SPRING 2019!
150 Slips | 12 Megayacht Berths
Lat: 43°39'44"N | Long: 70°14'29"W
Max Length: 630' (192m)
Max Beam: 80' (24m)
Max Draft: 24' (7.3m)
30amp, 50amp, 100amp SP, 100amp 3P, 480v 100amp 3P
Reserve a Slip
VHF Channel: 09
T: +1 207.517.4860
Click Here for the Marina Map
Email: Fore Points Marina
ABOUT THE MARINA
Fore Points Marina has 24/7 security with controlled gated access, surveillance cameras and patrols.
Fore Points Marina has a fully attended fuel-dock with high-speed in-slip fueling. Ice is available at the fuel dock.
Provisioning is easy with the many providers in the area. Get fresh fruits & vegetables, meats, poultry, seafood, cheese, wines, and specialty items.
WiFi and Fiber Optic internet is available. Additional capabilities and technical support are available upon request.
It is the policy of the marina to protect the health of our patrons, staff and the environment. Special care is required for removal of hazardous waste of which is operated within the marina.
Servicing of vessels often results in waste that must be disposed of separately. Waste oil, black or grey water, sludge pump-out services are available and must go through the marina office.
Fore Points Marina has its own laundry service on site. Please contact the marina office for assistance regarding pickup and delivery service.
- Relax in the Captain’s Lounge
- Laundry room on site - or ask the concierge for full service arrangements
- Hot, private shower facilities
- Pristine restrooms
- Picnic area, barbecue, tables
- Bistro with full bar
ABOUT PORTLAND MAINE
Portland is Maine's largest and most diverse city. As one of the oldest seaport's in the nation you can admire the mix of Colonial-era structures engulfed in history with newly designed buildings influenced by younger generations. Portland offers cultural, historical, outdoor, and hometown atmospheres.
Where urban sophisticates coexist with fisherman bringing in the day's fresh catch. You can dine on succulent lobster dishes or visit the many microbreweries and distilleries. Take a beer-themed bus and a walking tour to sample some of the local drinks paired with local fare or dine at restaurants on the waterfront enjoying nationally acclaimed cuisine.
Shopping is as diverse as the town with local artisans creating handmade furniture, jewelry, and household wares to national upscale stores with items that you already know and love. Walk down the cobblestone streets in the Old Port and visit the many varied businesses showcasing one-of-a-kind items for sale.
Having the third largest coastline in the country allows you to view some of the 67 lighthouses in the state. Maine boasts the oldest lighthouse in the nation. Along the coast you can enjoy the numerous beaches or one of the many water activities from paddle boarding or kayaking to whale and seal watching.
There are so many adventures that you can experience, you are sure to want to return again and again. A warm welcome awaits you at Fore Points Marina.