Slips & Boat Services at Three Belles Marina

Full Service Boat Marina in Niantic, CT

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Three Belles Marina Niantic, CT

Wet Slips

Fixed and floating slips for vessels up to 60 feet. Read More…

Outdoor Valet Rack

Storage and valet service for vessels up to 30 feet. Read More…

Indoor Valet Rack

Indoor storage and valet service for vessels up to 30 feet, plus winter storage for larger vessels.
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Moorings

Well-protected cove for vessels up to 26 feet and 2.5 foot draft. Read More…

Launch Ramp

Convenient and safe access to the water.
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Transient Rentals

Enjoy all that our marina has to offer.
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Trailer Storage

Why take your trailer home when you can leave it with us? Read More…

Winter Yard Storage

Over 6 acres of flat parking lot with access to water and power throughout. Read More…

Inactive Boat Storage

Long-term storage options are available.
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Slip and storage options for your boat and gear

We try to cover all the bases. From moorings to wet slips and everything in between, we have a home for every type of boater. In the summer your boat can be inside or outside, on a valet rack or in the water, on a mooring or in a slip or simply on your trailer to be launched from our private ramp. In the winter your boat can be stored outside or inside, in the yard, in a rack or in the building. We even have room for boats over 35 feet inside in the center aisle of the valet building. It all depends on what you’re looking for.

Three Belles Marina offers 150 fixed and floating slips and can accommodate vessels up to 50 feet. All of our docks are new within the last four years and each slip comes equipped with water and power, from 30 to 50 amps. In addition, all dockage includes wireless internet access as well as use of our pool, the picnic tables on the green and gas grills.

Our summer season runs from April 15th to October 15th, however, many of our die hard fisherman are able to stay in the water later in the season. Our winter season runs from October 15th to April 15th.