The Kingston City Marina is the gateway to the Port of Kingston's waterfront. The marina can accommodate vessels to 45.7 meters (150 feet). The Port of Kingston has deep-water docks ranging from 2.4 to 3.7 meters (eight to 12 feet). The docks have electricity (30, 50, and 100 amps) and water and pump-out services. The marina has showers and restrooms and a marine repair facility. Visitors can dock at the Port of Kingston City Marina for two hours ($5) and up to four hours ($10) without daily dockage fees. Daily dockage is $2 per foot per day. Weekly dockage is $10 per foot, and monthly dockage is $20 per foot. Seasonal dockage is also available at $56 per foot. Dinghies can also dock at the Port of Kingston City Marina for $7 per day, $35 per week, or $125 per month.
The Port of Kingston's Rondout Bay Restaurant & Marina is a 150-slip marina in a no-wake zone. Located on the Rondout Creek, this Port of Kingston marina is the first calm water north of Manhattan. In addition to dockage in the Port of Kingston, the marina offers indoor and outdoor dining, secure showers, a swimming pool, a playground for children. Guests can also play pool, foosball, horseshoes, and air hockey. A gazebo houses a new hot tub. Restaurant visitors can dock at the marina at no charge.
Fees for summer slips at the Rondout Bay Restaurant & Marina in the Port of Kingston are based on the length of the vessel, and electricity, cable TV, and WiFi service are available for an additional charge. Fees range from $50 to $65 per foot. Transient daily rates are available in the Port of Kingston's Rondout Bay Restaurant & Marina from $1 to $2 per foot from May through October. Winter storage is available for both land and water storage based on the length of the vessel and includes hauling, towing, washing, blocking, and spring launch. Seasonal trailer storage is also available. The Port of Kingston's Rondout Bay Restaurant & Marina also offers crane, forklift, pumping, haul, launch, block, load/unload services, and pressure-washing services.
The Port of Kingston is home to the Rondout Landing Marine Terminal Site D Dock. Owned by the State of New York, and operated by Hudson River Cruises Inc. through a lease from the city, this Port of Kingston dock is used for boarding river-excursion passengers. The Dock has berthing distance of 36.6 meters (120 feet) with alongside depth of 2.7 meters (nine feet).
Kosco owns, and Kingston Oil Supply (a division of Kosco) operates the Port Ewen Dock in the Port of Kingston to receive petroleum products by barge. Three pipelines link the wharf to five steel storage tanks at the rear with total capacity for almost 88.4 thousand barrels. The Port of Kingston's Port Ewen Dock has berthing distance of 45.7 meters (150 feet) with alongside depth of 2.7 meters (nine feet).
Heritagenergy Corporation owns, and Kingston Point Terminal Corporation operates the Kingston Point Terminal Dock to receive petroleum products by barge. Three pipelines connect this Port of Kingston wharf to 13 steel storage tanks with total capacity for over 89.6 barrels. This Port of Kingston dock has berthing distance of 76.2 meters (250 feet) with alongside depth of four meters (13 feet).
Thomas J. Feeney Enterprises owns and operates a private wharf in the Port of Kingston to moor floating dry docks and vessels for repair. A 1200-ton floating and a 2400-ton dry dock are moored at the wharf. The 6.1-meter (20-foot) dredged basin allows operation of floating dry docks off the bulkhead. The plant at the rear of the dock builds and repairs barges and tugboats. The Port of Kingston's Thomas J. Feeney Enterprises Dock has berthing distance of 88.4 meters (290 feet) with alongside depths of 2.1 and 6.1 meters (seven and 20 feet)