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Yachts For Sale In Point Pleasant

Point Pleasant Beach is a prime Vacation Destination located on Jersey Shore’s Barnegat Peninsula at the Manasquan Inlet to the Atlantic Ocean. Point Pleasant is bounded by the Manasquan River to the north with the towns of Brielle and Manasquan just across the Route 35 bridge. The town of Brick surrounds Point Pleasant Beach and Borough to west and south, along with the northern point of the Barnegat Bay; the Atlantic Ocean is east. The Point Pleasant Canal that opened in 1925, cuts through the Borough to connect North Barnegat Bay at Bay Head Harbor with the Manasquan River and Inlet to the north. Point Pleasant is also the northern terminus of the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway (AICW).

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YACHTS LOCATED NEAR Point Pleasant New Jersey

photo of 121' Topaz 1987

121' Topaz 1987

Toms River, New Jersey, United States

photo of 75' Sunseeker 75 Predator 2002


75' Sunseeker 75 Predator 2002

Bay Head, New Jersey, United States

photo of 74' Horizon Vision 2009


74' Horizon Vision 2009

Hackettstown, New Jersey, United States

photo of 74' Viking Enclosed Bridge 2007

74' Viking Enclosed Bridge 2007

Beach Haven, New Jersey, United States

photo of 72' Azimut 72 FLY 2023

72' Azimut 72 FLY 2023

Brick Township, New Jersey, United States

United Listing
photo of 70' Hatteras GT 70 2024

70' Hatteras GT 70 2024

Cape May, New Jersey, United States

photo of 70' Princess F70 2020


70' Princess F70 2020

Point Pleasant, New Jersey, United States

photo of 70' Bertram 2014


70' Bertram 2014

Jersey City, New Jersey, United States

photo of 65' Princess V65 2018


65' Princess V65 2018

Beach Haven, New Jersey, United States

photo of 60' Bertram Sportfish 1994


60' Bertram Sportfish 1994

Beach Haven, New Jersey, United States

photo of 60' Ocean 1999

Rob Roi

60' Ocean 1999

Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, United States

United Listing
photo of 57' Viking 57 Sportfish 2010

Warden Pass

57' Viking 57 Sportfish 2010

Cape May, New Jersey, United States

photo of 57' Grand Banks Europa 2020

Lucky Star

57' Grand Banks Europa 2020

Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States

United Listing
photo of 57' McKinna 57 Pilothouse 2002

Golden Dream III

57' McKinna 57 Pilothouse 2002

Brick Township, New Jersey, United States

photo of 55' Novatec 55 2003

55' Novatec 55 2003

Bayville, New Jersey, United States

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This coastal, residential borough in Ocean County is considered one of the best places to live in New Jersey and is a prime summer vacation destination especially for Point Pleasant Beach’s mile-long Jenkinson’s Boardwalk and wide sandy beach on the ocean. The family-friendly Boardwalk features carnival type rides, games, arcades, mini-golf, food, gift shops, sweet shops, and other amusements. It is very lively with visitors on weekends during the summer months, and on weekdays once schools let out in mid-June. Jenkinson’s Aquarium is located on the north end of the Boardwalk where it ends at the Manasquan Inlet, one of the safest inlets in the area and a prime fishing spot at Loughran Point Park.

Point Pleasant Beach offers the typical clubs, pubs, and bars nightlife of Jersey Shore coastal vacation spots, such as Broadway Bar & Grill, Frankie’s Bar & Grill, The Ark Pub & Eatery, Jenkinson’s Pavilion Bar & Restaurant (featuring DJ and live music, indoor and outdoor), JP Bailey’s Cafe, Martell’s Sea Breeze Clam Bar, and Wharfside Restaurant. The downtown area of Point Pleasant Beach (Arnold Ave, Bay Ave, Rt 35) features over 100 shops (specialty stores, coffee shops and more), 15 antique galleries (antique emporium) and 15 fine dining restaurants as an alternative to Boardwalk fare.

Point Pleasant offers diverse underwater experiences for the scuba diver; novices can dive “The Railroad Bridge” area of Gull Island Park that is commonly used by local dive shops for training. High tide is best; visibility ranges from under 1-ft to 8-ft. The Manasquan Inlet offers a challenging shore diving experience and is best for competent, experienced shore divers only. Entry points are restricted and then at slack high tide because of strong currents and rocks. The rock crevices are home to sea life year-round and great to explore. Due to Point Pleasant’s proximity to New York Harbor, the Jersey Shore is renowned for its wreck diving. About 100 yards from the beach, in the southern section of town, is the outline of a wreck for offshore diving exploration. Spearfishing is becoming a popular sport for scuba divers; check local dive shops (Professional Divers Inc.)

The Gull Island County Park & Conservation Area located in the Manasquan River is an undeveloped island that is great for bird watching, picnicking, paddling (kayaks, canoes), and fishing in the rich, brackish waters. The New Jersey Museum of Boating, located at the Johnson Brothers Boat Works, was founded in 1998 to interest visitors in the rich history of New Jersey Boating. Two new exhibits feature USCG Stations and Shipwrecks of the Jersey Shore. The Museum features a library of books and magazines of interest to readers of all ages. In 2002 the Museum was added to the New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail.
Point Pleasant Beach’s top event is the Festival of the Sea. Begun in September of 1975 to commemorate summer’s end, the Festival has developed into a major event. Held annually in September in the Downtown Shopping District, local restaurants and vendors offer crowd pleasing seafood fare like crab cakes, shrimp skewers, paella, soups, bisques, lobster and more. Of course, other food is available, plus hundreds of craft vendors and music entertainment.

A few notable, local marinas that offer transient slips are Captain Bill’s Landing located on the Manasquan Inlet. Fuel dock features Valvtect, gas and diesel fuels and can accommodate vessels to 110-ft; dockside depth is 6-ft. Offers 3 transient slips—must call ahead to reserve. Marina is subject to current and boat wakes due to location, but Capt Bill and marina crew are ready to assist with securing your boat and any other help you may need. Amenities include a tackle and bait shop and ice; Red’s Lobster Pot restaurant is next door. The Point Pleasant Beach Boardwalk is just over half a mile from Captain Bill’s Landing. Loughran Point Park is nearby.

Safe Harbor Crystal Point on the Manasquan River offers 200 slips with 3 transient (call ahead to reserve) and 8-ft dock depth. Largest vessel that can be accommodated on the floating docks is 90-ft. No liveaboards or mooring. Amenities include fuel dock with diesel and gas, pump-out service, 30 & 50 amp electric, water, phone, cable TV, restrooms, showers, ice, snacks, pool, and restaurant. NOTE: Not to be confused with the other Safe Harbor marina located in Point Pleasant, that is a very basic facility.
Johnson Brothers Boat Works is located on southeast end of the Point Pleasant Canal and North Barnegat Bay. The marina has a total of 70 slips with 3 transient slips (call ahead to reserve). Maximum length is 100-ft with 6-ft dockside depth (3-ft tide range). Amenities include security, pump-out, water, cable TV, restrooms/showers, laundry, pool, Internet, ice, Ships Store, grills, and repair services—hull, engine, prop. Offers 15, 20, 30, 50 amp and 110-volt electric. It is also a Boat Storage Facility. No fuel, liveaboard or moorings.

Arnolds Yacht Basin, founded in 1970s by the D’Ambrosa family, offers nearly 200 slips on fixed and floating docks accommodating vessels up to 45-ft, with 5-ft dockside depth. Liveaboard is permitted. Located on Beaver Dam Creek, west of Bay Head Harbor (North Barnegat Bay). Amenities include 15, 20, 30, 50 amp electric, cable TV, WiFi, pump-out, restrooms, showers, Internet, Ships Store, security, weather station, 4 lifts and 2 boat launches. Pet friendly. No fuel. Also offers on site mechanic services and fiberglass shop. As always, call ahead to reserve a slip.

Forsberg’s Boat Works is located on Beaver Dam Creek west of Bay head Harbor (North Barnegat Bay). The marina has a total of 60 slips with a 4-ft dock depth and can accommodate vessels with a maximum length of 45-ft. Amenities include 30 amp electric, water, WiFi, restrooms, showers, 20-ton travel lift and repairs—hull, engine, prop. No fuel.

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