Port Chester Harbor's Municipal Marina offers boat rentals, sailing lessons, information about fishing on Long Island Sound, and a boat launch. Visitors to the Municipal Marina in Port Chester Harbor can find gas and diesel fuel, ice, groceries, a Travel Lift, and maintenance facilities.
There are several private docks in Port Chester Harbor. Coastal Lobster & Seafood Inc. owns and operates its own wharf to receive seafood and shellfish that is processed in a fish-processing plant at the rear of the wharf. The wharf has berthing distance of 55.5 meters (182 feet) with alongside depths of 3.7 and 4.6 meters (12 and 15 feet).
Concavage Marine Contracting Corporation owns and operates a facility at the Port Chester Harbor Wharf to moor marine construction vessels. Their dock is equipped with a 55-ton floating crane and a 20-ton floating crane with a pile driver, hooks, slings, and a clamshell bucket. The 400-horsepower Success II towboat is moored at the dock, and Concavage Marine has three acres of open storage at the rear. This Port Chester Harbor dock has berthing distance of 38.1 meters (125 feet) with alongside depths 3.4 and 4.0 meters (11 and 13 feet).
Soundview Developers Inc. owns the Ebb Tide Boat Rentals Wharf, operated by Ebb Tide Boat Rentals, to moor barges in Port Chester Harbor. The facility was used in the past for receiving sand, gravel, and stone, and an open storage area at the rear of the wharf can handle about three thousand cubic meters (four thousand cubic yards) of materials. The Port Chester Harbor Ebb Tide Boat Rentals Wharf has berthing distance of about 110 meters (360 feet) with alongside depths of 0.9 and 1.8 meters (three and six feet).
Dave's Trucking Company Inc. owns, and Peckham Materials Corporation operates the Port Chester Harbor Dock to receive sand and crushed stone by barge. There is an open storage area at the rear of this Port Chester Harbor dock with capacity for over nine thousand meters (12 thousand cubic yards) of material. The Port Chester Harbor Dock has berthing distance of almost 122 meters (400 feet) with alongside depth of 2.1 meters (seven feet).
Westmore Fuel Company Inc. owns and operates a dock at the Port Chester Harbor Wharf to receive petroleum products by barge. The dock is connected by three pipelines to four storage tanks at the rear with total capacity for 3.4 cubic meters (28.6 thousand barrels) of petroleum products. The Westmore dock at the Port Chester Harbor Wharf has berthing distance of 36.6 meters (120 feet) with alongside depth of 2.1 meters (seven feet).