Easily accessible, with deep channels, from the Chesapeake Bay and ICW on the Pagan River in Smithfield, Virginia, The Marina at Smithfield Station is a serene refuge with unparalleled service and hospitality. Having received many Best of the Bay awards in multiple categories from Chesapeake Bay Magazine over the last decade, Smithfield Station was most recently awarded Best Dockmaster, Best Marina, Best Dockside Bar, and Best Crabcakes.
Historic Smithfield is a charming diversion for cruisers who want to enjoy a colonial-era town and beautiful natural surroundings just off the James River. For those who crave a hearty and delicious meal after a day at sea, the marina’s restaurant serves creative dishes featuring world-famous Smithfield Ham, as well as fresh seafood from the bounty of the Chesapeake Bay’s estuaries.
Vessels arriving at the marina at Smithfield Station will find a minimum low tide water depth of 6 feet, with deep water slips available. The floating dock marina can accommodate vessels up to 130 feet in length. Transient slip and service rates are listed below. Contact the dock master to inquire about available long term rates.
At the marina At Smithfield Station, we redefine the art of boating and leisure by offering an array of exceptional amenities designed to enhance your stay. Nestled in the heart of Smithfield, Virginia, our marina provides a picturesque backdrop for boating enthusiasts, families, and adventurers alike. Discover a world where comfort, convenience, and relaxation converge.
Vessels can conveniently refuel on either the way in or out at a fuel dock located at Leeward Marina at the northern base of the James River Bridge. Fuel is approximately 7 miles from Smithfield Station by water. Basic maintenance and divers can be arranged by the dock master.