Tappan Zee Marina is located on the Hudson River, in the heart of Piermont, NY, a fun, eclectic town in the Hudson River valley. Tappan Zee Marina has deep water, easy access and beautiful sunsets. We are approximately 13 miles from the George Washington Bridge and just about an hour's drive to New York City. Guests are able to walk to Piermont tourist attractions, restaurants, bars and retailers - and explore nearby state parks. We are a must stop on your Hudson River cruise!
VHF Channel 16
NOW OPEN! Gas only. $3.53/gallon.
Boat Slip Rates
$1.50 per foot
Single 30 / $5
$1,000 for the season
Weekly / Seasonal / Winter Storage
Pricing may vary. Please contact us for more information at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (845) 359-5522.
Standard Cancellation Policy
We have a 48 hours cancellation policy. In the event that you need to cancel within the 48 window, we will issue you a credit for a future stay.
Special Event and Holiday Cancellation Policy
We have a 72 hour cancellation policy for all special events and holidays including, but not limited to, Memorial Day Weekend, July 4th, Labor Day Weekend, etc. In the event that you need to cancel within the 72 hour window, we will issue you a credit for a future stay.
Tappan Zee Marina has partnered with Snag-A-Slip, the leading online boat slip reservation provider. View slip availability and book your boat slip online today!
Boater's Lounge with WiFi in lounge (coming)
30 AMP electric
Pier 701 Restaurant Onsite
A variety of attractions nearby, including State Parks: Tallman Mountain State Park, Blauvelt State Park and Hook Mountain State Park
Walking or biking into town is easy and just a few minutes away.
Tarrytown Train Station is just 20 minutes away. From there, guests can take the Metro North train into New York City and other Hudson River destinations.
Taxis are available and ride share services are prevalent
My wife took a look at the town of Piermont 10 years ago ( we live in NJ ) and pretty much insisted I dock my boat here…It is such a beautiful place.
- Mark Coleman