The Fall Rendezvous has become a homecoming at Brewer Essex Island. The weekend will offer fun activities like an outdoor movie on the lawn, campfire and s’mores. Also included are…
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189 floating docks
40+ floating docks
Gas & Diesel (ValvTect)
The Manasquan River is famous for its breathtaking sunrises and sunsets along with many stunning riverfront mansions that adorn its shores. In addition, Treasure Island is just a few hundred yards away from Brewer Crystal Point Marina and is an ideal destination for picnicking, tubing, fishing, sunbathing or just relaxing on your boat.
Brewer Crystal Point Marina strives to provide its marina members with comfort and convenience. Quality customer experiences and user-friendly facilities and resources are our priorities.
- Finger Piers for easy boat access
- Floating Docks
- no-wake zone
- Restrooms with heat and air-conditioning
- Community Room
- Certified Weigh Scale
- Air-conditioned Fish Cleaning Hut
- Self-serve Fuel Dock (Gas & Diesel)
- Transient slips available
Point Pleasant is centrally located and close to many popular attractions. From beautiful estuaries and preserves, to world class amusement parks, to lively casinos, and historical sites all within close proximity to New York City and Philadelphia. Adults and children alike will find something of interest. River Rock Bar & Grill is close enough to walk or go by boat and tie up. Point Pleasant Beach and Boardwalk offer a variety of family friendly events all summer long!
We are thrilled to announce that we have finalized plans for a major improvement project! We would like to introduce the brand new Member Recreation Facility! The luxurious new amenity will include a heated in-ground pool, a new modern restroom, and an office for the Harbor Master. These areas will tie into a covered deck, sunbathing deck, and will overlook Brewer Crystal Point Marina and the Manasquan River. It is our expectation for construction to begin this winter with an expected completion date in Summer 2017. In addition, we are pleased to announce that in 2017 we plan to add new Wi-Fi service and surveillance cameras to Brewer Crystal Point Marina. We want Brewer Crystal Point to be your home away from home, and we hope these upgrades mean you will spend more time relaxing with us and enjoying your boat!
About the Area
The land known as Point Pleasant Beach, inhabited by the Lenni Lenape Indians in 1609, was first spotted by the Sea Captain Henry Hudson from the deck of his ship, the "Half Moon" as he made his way north up the New Jersey Shore. The Borough of Point Pleasant was not established until several hundred years later - June 2, 1886.
Quaker Settlers arrived in the area during the 1700's. In the early 1800's, summer tourism began when local farmers started to open thier houses to boarders. Typically charging $8.00 a week, tourists would get room & board as well as a wagon ride to the beach.
In the 1870's, Sea Captain John Arnold bought land and built a roadway to the ocean - now known as Arnold Avenue. Shortly afterwards, train service from New York and Philadelphia began, with the first train arriving on July 3, 1880.
To attract more investors, in 1877 the Point Pleasant Land Company bought 250 acres and began selling lots. In 1878 a horse drawn tolley began service for tourists.
The boardwalk was not built until 1890. However, it was a shappy structure that blew away two years later. The amusement area was switched to Clark's Landing on the Manasquan River. It was not until 1915 that the permanent boardwalk was installed along the beachfront. It ran the entire length of Point Pleasant Beach, however, the hurricane of 1938 shortened it to it's present length.
The boardwalk began to see many more amusements and attractions as Orlo Jenkinson built Jenkinson's Swimming Pool & Pavilion in the late 1920's. Within a short time, the boardwalk was full of big bands and dancing.
Point Pleasant NJ has remained a premier Jersey Shore Boardwalk, with a first class aquarium, rides, live entertainment and amusements. Downtown Point Pleasant boasts a thriving shopping district with a myriad of premiere antique establishments, making the area a great location for all ages.
Slips / Storage
Brewer Crystal Point Marina has several wet boat storage options, all with “Members Only” access. We can accommodate boats of all types and sizes ranging from 20’ to 65’. Our floating docks and finger piers provide easy access to your boat at any tide and each slip has water and electric hookups. We also have Personal Water Craft in-water ports for those looking to store jet skis!
We recommend our neighboring Brewer yard, Brewer Manasquan River Club for your storage needs. Brewer Manasquan River Club specializes in keeping your boat protected through the winter with engine and water system winterization, shrink wrap, and battery removal and storage. We will also haul your boat when you’re ready to winterize!
ATTENTION: Brewer Preferred Members – All Member Promo Codes have expired.
In order to receive your Green or Gold Card discounts, you must register your Membership on Dockwa. Your Membership ID can be found on the back of your Membership Card. You can either register during the registration process or by visiting dockwa.com/brewer Your Brewer affiliation will be noted and the reservation will automatically adjust to reflect the proper discount.
Green and Gold cards MUST be present at check-in, in order to keep this discount.
The Brewer Yacht Yard Group has a great program that can save money for you and your friends. We offer a Refer a Friend program for new customers or a Brewer customer who has not been with us for two or more years. When your friend signs up for a slip or winter storage, you will both receive a 5% discount! Please contact your office to help answer any questions you may have about this program.
Brian Cosgrove, General Manager
Brewer Crystal Point Marina
- General Manager:
- Brian Cosgrove
- Buoy Ref:
- "NOAA Chart 12354"
- 40° 05.760' N / 074° 05.130' W'