Yachts For Sale In Brick
Brick Township is centrally located in Ocean County on the Jersey Shore, about a 13-minute drive from Tom’s River, NJ and just east of the Garden State Parkway. Incorporated in 1850, the town is named after Joseph Brick, who owned the Bergen Iron Works on the Metedeconk River. Mantoloking Road, the main road heading east, leads to the Mantoloking Bridge for crossing from the mainland to Brick’s beaches on Barnegat Peninsula, a narrow strip of land that separates Barnegat Bay from the Atlantic Ocean. From the bridge, Brick Beach I, II and III are south on Ocean Avenue. Beach I and III have restroom facilities, concessions, and parking; Beach II can be accessed from either Beach I or III. Beaches are clean and lifeguarded during season and are one of Brick’s greatest attractions, and only a 10-minute drive from Brick mainland.
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YACHTS LOCATED NEAR Brick New Jersey
116' Azimut 2007 2008
Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, United States
72' Viking Enclosed Bridge 2020
Brielle, New Jersey, United States
70' Viking Sport Fish 2015
Brielle, New Jersey, United States
56' Northwind 1989
Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Out on a Limb
54' Bertram Convertible 1986
Ocean City, New Jersey, United States
Out of Order
50' Viking Convertible 1993
Cape May, New Jersey, United States
With the Metedeconk River bisecting Brick north and south, and the Barnegat Bay to southeast, Brick has much to offer in outdoor activities. Mantoloking Bridge County Park features shelters and picnic tables and is a great place for crabbing and fishing off the local piers. The 80-acre Reservoir shared by Brick and Wall Township is pumped from the Metedeconk River and is the site of the Windward Beach Park. The park features fishing and crabbing piers, picnic tables, playgrounds, volleyball nets and more. The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge protects more than 47,000 acres of southern New Jersey coastal habitats. The Refuge features 4 hiking trails, boat launches, kayak launch sites, bird and nature walks, and hunting. The Refuge is excellent for birdwatching; spring and fall is best for sighting migratory birds. Brick is the northernmost point of the Refuge that extends 50 miles southward to about 5 miles north of Atlantic City. In Brick, the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge’s deCamp Wildlife Trail can be accessed from Mantoloking Road for a scenic 2.5-mile in and out hike.
The Traders Cove Marina is a municipality-owned marina (Brick Township) located on Mantoloking Road. The marina offers transient slips that can accommodate boats up to 60-ft length. Amenities include the Traders Cove Resource Center with restrooms, showers and laundry facilities, transient boaters lounge with TV and more. Slips have water and electric hook-ups. The marina also offers PWC slips, launch ramps, kayak and SUP storage, playgrounds, and walking paths.
Cassidy’s Breton Woods Marina offers scenic views on the Metedeconk River and is located across the river from Windward Beach and a quarter mile west of Eagle Point. Cassidy’s features 185 boat slips up to 35-ft length, water and electric, restrooms, showers, a 20-ton rated lift, and easy access to Barnegat Bay or the ocean. Tom’s River, Point Pleasant and Seaside are nearby.
Green Cove Marina is a “New Jersey Clean Marina” with first-class amenities and service on the Metedeconk River in a protected cove with no tides or wakes and easy access to Barnegat Bay. The marina features a fuel dock, pump out station, fixed docks with catwalks, travel lift, air-conditioned bathhouse with showers, swimming pool, full-service dept., boat ramp, security gate, picnic area with grill and table, WiFi, and more. Slips accommodate boats from 14 to 46-ft, with 110v house service and 20, 30 and twin 30-amp service. Plus, JetPorts for PWCs.
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