Welcome to Cedar Island Marina!
Nestled in between a protected residential area and Hammonasset Nature Preserve, Cedar Island Marina is a perfect choice both seasonally and as a transient. Consistently rated one of the best marinas on the Connecticut Shoreline, we invite you to view our full-service facilities and to meet our expert staff whose experience in the marine industry is unmatched.
At Cedar Island Marina, we offer more than just a slip to tie up at. We offer a community of diverse boaters and a complete summer experience. From those looking to go fishing early on a Saturday morning, those looking to relax with their families on a Sunday afternoon, or those looking to stay up way to late on a Friday night, we are confident you will find likeminded individuals here. Cedar Island Marina's Marine Biology research facility also offers week long Marine Biology summer camps for school students.
Whats New at Cedar Island Marina?
The Service Department is in Full Swing!
April 11, 2014
Our service department had a very busy winter, and now we are more than ready to switch gears into an even busier spring and summer season!
We are ready to work on the projects you need completed before it's time launch! Please call Lynn in the service department at 860-669-8681 Ext. 14 to schedule your work today!
Pictured to the right are two members of our service staff applying a gelcoat of Awlgrip to finish a custom fabricated hardtop.
April 01, 2014
The Cedar Island Marina Research Lab is proud to offer our Adventure Summer Camp for the summer of 2014. This program offers children a unique and fun hands-on experience studying marine biology in one of the most diverse environments in Connecticut.
Our campers will canoe to several environments where they will preform scientific experiments with our marine biologists. Marine critters will also be collected each day and brought back to the lab to be kept in each groups saltwater aquarium.
For more information please click the link above.
To reserve your spot, email or call today!
Dredging of the Entire Marina is Complete!
April 01, 2014
Despite breakdowns, snow, ice, wind (and more snow) we have completed our dredging project as of March 5th, 2014! Last year, as many of you know, Mobile Dredge Corp. dredged the Clinton Channel to 8.5' MLW. This year, the marina basin has been dredged to 8' MLW for 40' slips and 7' MLW for under 40' slips.
August 06, 2013
We just got new aerial photos from Tom Walsh of Shoreline Aerial Photography. We are incredibly impressed with how they turned out! Please check out our gallery for more great pictures (linked in the above title). Also, if anyone is interested, Tom has these pictures for sale and also has incredibly reasonable prices for custom aerial photography. He even sells pictures on merchandise like coffee mugs, cards, etc. Please check out the gallery and his website!
New Fitness Center Open
July 02, 2013
We are pleased to announce that construction of our fitness center is complete. The fitness center has 4 cardio machines: an eliptacal, a bike, and two treadmills. There is a stretching area with mats, stretch cords, yoga blocks, and an ab machine. Also, there is an all-in-one LifeFitness dual adjustable pulley for weight lifting. It is equipped with a Television, Air Conditioning, and Heat. It is open from 7:30am - 7:30pm everyday. Please check it out!
Western Side of Outer Marina Dredged
April 29, 2013
After Mobile Dredge completed the channel dredging, we hired them to dredge the outer end of the marina where we had a large buildup of silt due to Irene and Sandy. They dredged from the outer end of H dock to the end of K dock. The shallowest depth now is 8' MLW.
Clinton Channel Fully Dredged
March 28, 2013
This past winter, Mobile Dredging & Pumping Company was awarded a contract by the Army Corps of Engineers to restore the channel to its original size. This means that the channel is AT LEAST 8’ deep at mean low tide and 100’ wide. After a few weather and political setbacks, Mobile Dredge was able to complete the job. The dredging effort was a joint project with CT Department of Environmental Protection to restore beach erosion at Hammonasset State Park. The dredge was hooked up to a pipe that was approximately 2.5 miles long and the sand at the bottom of the channel was pumped onto the beach. All of this means that we will be able to accommodate (even at low tide) boats with a deeper draft than before!