The Port of Catskill is home to the Catskill Marina. Having been severely damaged by Hurricane Irene in 2011, restored docks and amenities are currently managed by Hop-O-Nose Marine. Transients are the specialty of the Catskill Marina, which can accommodate vessels to 39 meters (130 feet) in length with a draft no greater than three meters (10 feet). The Port of Catskill Marina offers calm protected waters, and it is a convenient place to stop when entering or leaving the Erie and Champlain canals. The marina offers 30, 50, and 100 amp electric services, fuel, pump-out services, complimentary cable TV, and access to wireless high-speed Internet. Visitors to the Port of Catskill Marina will find showers, toilets, a laundromat, a heated pool with picnic and barbecue areas, and a ships store. The marina is just two blocks from the Port of Catskill's historic district, and it is near antique shops, historic sites, and art galleries.
The Hop-O-Nose Marina in the Port of Catskill offers transient dockage for vessels to meters 19.8 meters (65 feet) with maximum beam of 6.1 meters (20 feet). The marina opens on April 15 and closes on November 1, but the restaurant is open throughout the year. The Port of Catskill's Hop-O-Nose Marina offers repairs, gas and diesel fuel, electricity, and showers.
The Port of Catskill's Dutchman's Landing park at the east end of Main Street has a large area for recreation. Being on the Hudson River, Dutchman's Landing has a boat launch.
Almos Post Company, a division of Kosco, owns and operates the Port of Catskill Terminal Dock to receive petroleum products by barge. Small vessels occasionally moor here as well. A pipeline connects the wharf to a 59.5 thousand barrel storage tank. The Port of Catskill Terminal dock is 76 meters (250 feet) long with alongside depth of 5.5 meters (18 feet).