Marinas & Dockage - New Hampshire
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|Marinas in New Hampshire|
|Adams Marina, US Rte 3, Box 249, Winnisquam, NH 03289 (603) 628-3561|
|Anchor Marine Corporation, Winnipesaukee Pier, Weirs Beach, NH 03246 (603) 366-4311|
|Back Bay Marina, 17 Bay Street, Wolfeboro, NH 03294 (603) 569-3200|
|Fay's Boat Yard, 71 Varney Point Road, Gilford, NH 03246 (603) 293-8000|
|Green's Marine, Rte 3, 1822 Hooksett Road, Hooksett, NH 03106 (603) 485-5131|
|Irwine Marine, 985 Union Avenue, Laconia, NH 03247 (603) 524-6661|
|Lakeport Landing, 65 Gold Street, Laconia, NH 03246 (603) 524-3755|
|Melvin Village Marina, 462 Gov. Wentworth Hwy., P.O. Box 165, Melvin Village, NH 03850 (603) 544-3583|
|Paugus Bay Marina, 41 Sheridan Street, Laconia, NH 03246 (603) 524-1233|
|Ray's Marina & R.V. Sales, Inc., Rte. 125 North (old Rte. 16), Milton, NH 03851 (603) 652-4523|
|Silver Sands Motel & Marina, Route 11B, 103 Weirs Road, Gilford, NH 03246 (603) 293-4481|
|Thurston's Marina, Route 3, Weirs Beach, NH 03247 (603) 366-4811|
|Trexler's Marina, Long Island Bridge, Center harbor, NH 03226 Ph: (603) 253-7315|
|West Alton Marina, Route 11, Laconia, NH 03251 Ph: (603) 293-7788|
|Y Landing, 102 Powers Road, Meredith, NH 03253 (603) 279-5050|
Great Bay Marina, Bean Road, Portsmouth , NH 03802 (603) 436-5299
A marina may have refueling, washing and repair facilities, marine and boat chandlers, stores and restaurants. A marina may include ground facilities such as parking lots for vehicles and boat trailers. Slipways (or boat ramps) transfer a trailored boat into the water. A marina may have a boat hoist well (a traveling crane/ travel lift) operated by service personnel. A marina may provide in- or out-of-water boat storage.
Boats are moored on buoys (mooring balls), on fixed or floating walkways tied to an anchoring piling by a roller or ring mechanism (floating docks, pontoons). Buoys are cheaper to rent but less convenient than being able to walk from land to boat. Harbor shuttles (water taxis), may transfer people between the shore and boats moored on buoys. The alternative is a tender such as an inflatable boat. Facilities offering fuel, boat ramps and stores will normally have a common-use dock set aside for such short term parking needs.
Where the tidal range is large, marinas may use locksto maintain the water level for several hours before and after low water.