43 Camden Causeway
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
AIWW, Pasquotank River MM 51.2
- Lat / Lon: N 36° 17.983′ / W 076° 12.733′
- VHF Monitored: 16
- VHF Working: 68
- Phone: +1 (252) 335-5108
- Fax: +1 (888) 225-9790
- Email: [email protected]
- Website: www.thepelicanmarina.com
- Transient rates: boats up to 32′ will be a flat rate of $40/night; boats 33′ and up will be $1.50 per foot per night. Electric rates are: 30 AMP $7.00/day; 50 AMP $10/day.
- Weekly rate pay for 5 days get two days free (exclusive of electric fees)
- BoatUS members 10% discount with valid membership card
- Electricity rate based on requirements.
Do you need a transient slip for the night? Have an emergency situation that requires a marine fuse,bilge hose or other item from our store? Have an urgent situation outside of business hours?
At The Pelican Marina, we understand that out on the water, you can expect the unexpected; that on a voyage, a schedule is more a ‘to do list’ than an actual time frame; and ﬂexibility is a standard requirement. With this ﬂexibility in mind, The Pelican Marina Text App was created.
THE PELICAN MARINA TEST APP
WE DO OUR BEST TO ASSIST YOU ANYTIME, OUTSIDE OF OUR STOREHOURS
Response time averages less than an hour, and on-site staff can accommodate your schedule in most situations.
Designed to assist our transient guests, The Pelican Text App can be used to set or modify slip reservations, get answers to time-sensitive inquiries, make a payment over the phone, set a time to have a staff member meet you at the store for emergency parts or supplies, and for any urgent situations that require our assistance.
The Pelican Marina Text App is also fantastic for providing photos to guests and customer! When a slip reservation is set, we send out conﬁrmation with an aerial view of the marina illustrating the location of your assigned slip to assist with a smooth arrival. In our retail store, we can provide photos of current inventory to make sure we have exactly what you’re looking for. And last but not least, slipholders can be provided current photos of their vessels or dock lines. A picture really is worth a thousand words!