Enjoy Summer at Harbor East Marina

The only marina located in Baltimore’s most prestigious neighborhood, Harbor East Marina gives you easy access to luxury hotels, 5-star restaurants, lounges and shops.

The Harbor East area in the heart of Baltimore boasts 12 square blocks of fine dining restaurants, world-class hotels, hip lounges, quaint pubs, and the best of national and local shops. In addition to all that Harbor East has to offer, guests can walk to all the major attractions at the Inner Harbor and Fell’s Point. Sports fans are also near Oriole Park at Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium.

The Harbor East Marina is a 180-slip marina with up to 500ft of alongside dockage with transient, seasonal and annual slips. The marina now boasts floating docks, wider slips and finger piers, ipe docking and enhanced shore power.

Neighborhood happenings include fashion shows, wine tastings, sidewalk sales and more.

Now is the perfect time to discover the waterfront retreat of Harbor East Marina — in coming months, the marina plays host to dock parties, poker runs, cleanups and more.

Make Harbor East Marina your next summer destination to experience it all — you can even rent a Party Pod for your next gathering!

Here are a few upcoming events to mark on your calendars.

National Marina Day is June 17. National Marina Day highlights a marina’s impact in their local community every year. Oasis Marinas will be celebrating all June long by focusing on our properties’ pollution prevention practices and environmental stewardship by hosting marina cleanups! This is a great opportunity to experience the beautiful natural resources we are surrounded by, show appreciation for our loyal boaters and support our sustainability efforts. We are proud of our certified Clean Marinas and their contributions to the communities they serve and their dedication to green boating!

Tiki Lee’s Shootout July 13-16

Sparrows Point gets busy for this weekend filled with a boat show, an air show, a Poker Run, bikini contest, fireworks, demonstrations and more. It’s a weekend of speed, skill, showmanship and summer vibes. Tiki Lee’s Dock Bar is named for Lee Carey, founder Dave Carey’s father, who was an avid fisherman and outdoorsman. In tribute to his Dad, Dave Carey founded Tiki Lee’s Dock Bar in hopes that family and friends (old and new) would have a place to kick back and relax with those they love most.

Baltimore Trawler Fest Week of September 26

See an impressive in-water selection of new and pre-owned cruising powerboats, first-class education and demonstrations, the latest in marine products and services, and opportunities to share cruising adventures with fellow cruisers and industry experts.