The Boardwalk offers space to non-members on a first-come basis if their members haven’t reserved dockage first. The Boardwalk has marine fuel and pump-out service and offers Dock & Dine: Pay $30 for a 4-hour dock, any size vessel, receive $10 in Boardwalk Bucks good at all Boardwalk family of restaurants, Sunday Noon – 8:00 p.m., Monday – Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. 419-285-3695.
The Crew’s Nest is a private club that provides its members with daily and overnight downtown waterfront dockage. Overnight dockage is $2 per foot. Single day memberships can be purchased Sunday through Thursday for $35 for a couple, $45 for families up to 6, call 419-285-3625 for dockage availability and pricing.
Tucked in the harbor of Put-in-Bay, Miller Marina offers daily and overnight public dockage in a serene family friendly setting. Just one block from the village, the marina has new shower facilities, WIFI, and a lakeside pavilion. Clubs and boating groups are welcome. Reservations are encouraged especially for weekends, call 419-285-5902 or email email@example.com.
Put-in-Bay’s mooring field has been long regarded as a plum anchorage while visiting South Bass Island. The proximity to village attractions, the serene setting, and the reliable and trustworthy harbor taxi service all create a rewarding and satisfying boating experience. Boardwalk Harbor Operations manages the mooring field on behalf of the Put-in-Bay Port Authority. Reservations are not allowed, per Port Authority rules. Each mooring ball registrant receives a welcome envelope, and there is no additional fee for service to/from the mooring. USCG licensed captains operate three harbor launches provided by The Boardwalk, which can be hailed on VHF channel 10. Taxi service, from the end of May until Labor Day, runs
Currently, the Put-in-Bay Moorings have the following hours:
Monday & Tuesday – 8am to 6pm
Wednesday & Thursday – 8am to 8pm
Friday & Saturday – 8am to 10pm
Sunday – 8am to 6pm
Please visit Boardwalk Harbor Operations for complete and updated information on mooring balls, Park Place Boat Club docks, and Put-in-Bay marine fuel station.
Three large public docks, A, B, C downtown offer dockage for hundreds of private boats. At the Village docks A&C, expect to pay $2.00 per foot weekday and $2.50 weekends and $10 for each jet ski and/or rubber raft in the water or on a swim platform. On B dock rates start at $1.85 a foot. All docks are first come, first served. Charges are determined by the actual space the vessel occupies.
A and C docks offer electrical and water service and are operated by the Village of Put-in-Bay. Hail for A & C docks on VHF ch. 69 or call 419-285-2068. For more information check Village Docks Facebook Page
B dock is operated by DeRivera Park Trust. Prior to arrival you should contact B dock hail on ch. 68, or call 419-285-2076. For more info B dock is on DeRivera Facebook Page or online at www.bdockpib.com
Park Place Boat Club
Park Place Boat Club (PPBC), a semi private boat club, can accommodate nonmembers and Club Rendezvous Sunday – Thursday for daily or overnight dockage. PPBC is the eastern most marina in the bay, closest to Perry’s Monument. Floating deepwater docks can accommodate vessels up to 45’. Wall docks can accommodate vessels over 45’.
The village operates a public bathhouse for boaters and visitors in DeRivera Park, downtown across from the public marina. The bathhouse has restroom and shower facilities, and 2 tokens can be purchased for $5. Each token is good for about an 8-minute shower. DeRivera Park’s office is also located within the facility which is maintained by the Village of Put-in-Bay.
Put in Bay Yacht Club
The Put-in-Bay Yacht Club has a 124-foot pier on our waterfront. The dock is available for transient guest dockage by reservation only. Reservations are open to the public and are allocated on a first come first serve basis, beginning at the PIBYC annual winter meeting in January. There is a minimum 2-day reservation on weekends, with a maximum stay of 7 consecutive days, and a maximum of 3 standing weekend reservations.