East side of Marina
Watergate Marina offers a diverse selection of slips from 32’ up to 70’ individual slips, floating and fixed covered slips. T-heads can offer up to 120’. Multi hull slips are available.

Floating slips built with a new technology and are state of the art, offer you your own individual slip with two finger piers, a dock box, and two power outlets. Pilings are 19’ tall and 19’ deep in the gumbo, allowing your vessel to be securely tied up safely and stay there even during a high tidal surge. Sizes offered from 35’ up to 70’.

Other floating slips offered are wooden built and have proved their solid construction during numerous storms and hurricanes. Slips have one finger pier and one power outlet.

Constructed in a way that two of these slips will accommodate a multihull, or two single vessels. Sizes offered are from 32’ up to 50’. Several T- heads can offer up to 100′. Welcome Home!

Contact the Leasing Manager for a personalized quote for your vessel.

A specific slip may be reserved with a completed slip application and one month’s rent as a security deposit. A credit and background check are run on all new applicants. Upon approval of the application we also require:

  • Proof of insurance with $300,000.00 minimum general liability insurance showing Watergate as an additional insured. If living aboard proof of liveaboard coverage is also required;
  • Color copy of your driver’s license;
  • Proof of ownership, which may be USCG Documentation, Texas Parks & Wildlife card, or Bill of Sale;
  • Executed Lease.

A current photograph and Harbormaster’s approval of each vessel that comes into the Marina is required. If boat is over 25 years of age a copy of a current marine survey is also required. Wooden and steel hull, Ferro cement and house boats are not allowed. A 30-day notice is required to vacate your slip.

Boats to 25’ ½” 5/8”
26’ – 35’ 5/8” 5/8”
36’ – 45’ 3/4” 5/8”
46’ & Over 1” 3/4”
56’ & Over 1 ¼” ¾” or 1”
DO NOT USE POLYPROPYLENE BECAUSE SUNLIGHT DETERIORATES THIS MATERIAL! Even the best lines will eventually wear or break loose if attention is not given to the proper selection and use of chafing gear. Use water hose, clear vinyl tubing or a line with sewn-on leather.
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