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Avalon Pointe Marina, New Jersey, United States

Avalon Pointe Marina is located in Avalon, New Jersey. Boat owners who book a berth here will benefit from a vast array of services at affordable rates. Bottom painting, repair services, shaft and prop reconditioning ship store, free WiFi, are just some of their amenities. Avalon Marina can accommodate boats with a maximum length of 60 feet.Avalon is one of the most charming and elegant locations in the mid-Atlantic. It lies in a picturesque landscape that is well-known for its high-class tourist facilities. The Seven Mile Island is one of the most attractive destinations in the area. Here, visitors can enjoy the vast sandy beach and the tranquil atmosphere.Some of the most sought after touristic objectives are the Avalon History Center, the Historic Cold Spring Village, the Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum (NASW), or the Cape May Lighthouse.Avalon is a place where any traveler feels at ease. There are many accommodation options and restaurants that testify the locals’  hospitality.

Facilities of Avalon Pointe Marina

Bar

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Electricity

Fuel station

Dressing rooms

Hibernation

Travellift

Service Station for ships

Restaurant

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Attractions in New Jersey

New Jersey is an American state situated in the northeastern part of the continent. This state is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, and it is one of the smallest states in the US, the fourth to be more precise. Nevertheless, New Jersey is one of the most populous locations in North America and the third richest state. This is mainly due to its great touristic potential triggered by the countless natural beauties and seaside location.

Native American tribes like the Lenape used to live in what is now known as the New Jersey area, and these ancient populations have inhabited the place for more than 2500 years. The land’s first contact with the modern civilization occurred in the 17th century when the Swedish and Dutch built here their first settlements. They were later followed by the British who took the leadership and founded the New Jersey Province.

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