Annapolis Town Dock
At Annapolis Town Dock, you'll be located in the historic heart of Annapolis, Maryland - the sailing capital of the United States!
From your boat, you will experience the hustle and bustle of downtown Annapolis, while enjoying panoramic views of the city, the Naval Academy and the Chesapeake Bay.
Tie up and walk to dozens of restaurants, specialty boutiques, art galleries, gift shops and more. Don't forget to try a famous Painkiller from Pusser's, which is right next door, or eat at any one of our favorite spots around town. Welcome to Annapolis, friends!
38° 58' 36.6816'' N / 76° 29' 11.3424'' W
Now Accepting Reservations for 2019!
Annapolis Town Dock has partnered with Snag-A-Slip, the leading online boat slip reservation provider. View slip availability and book your boat slip online today.
$4.00 per foot
30' Minimum - $120/night
Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and some special events have a 2 night minimum requirement.
Single 30 / $10
Double 30 / $15
Single 50 / $15
Double 50 / $30
Dock and Dine
Vessels up to 60' / $30
Vessels 60'+ / $45
First come, first serve.Not available to book online.
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 & Holiday
We have a 7 day cancellation policy for all special events and holidays including, but not limited to, Memorial Day Weekend, July 4th Weekend, Labor Day Weekend, etc. In the event that you need to cancel within the 7 day window, we will issue you a credit for a future stay.
The Secret is Out.
Annapolis Town Dock in famed Ego Alley is now taking reservations.
For the first time ever, boaters can make reservations in advance for dockage at Annapolis Town Dock in Naptown's famed Ego Alley. This prime location is perfect for boaters who want to be in the heart of downtown Annapolis, just steps from Main Street, tourist attractions and the United States Naval Academy.
Annapolis Town Dock is a 220ft strip of alongside dockage on the port side of Ego Alley when entering the channel. Formerly known as Fawcett's, Annapolis Town Dock is positioned in front of brand-new office space and a (soon to be announced) waterfront restaurant.
Annapolis is home to hundreds of great restaurants, bars, retailers - and many are within walking distance to Annapolis Town Dock! Even better, guests will be able to enjoy popular Annapolis events, including the Blue Angels Air Show, Independence Day Fireworks, the Parade of Lights and a number of local concerts and festivals that happen throughout the year.
Dock and Neighborhood Amenities
Book your overnight boat slip online with Snag-A-Slip
50amp Shore Power
Retail Shops Nearby
On-Site Restaurant (coming soon!)
Next to Pusser's Caribbean Grille and the Fleet Reserve
Easy Walk to Main Street, the Naval Academy, Paca House and other Historical Sites
Professionally Managed by Oasis Marinas
Restaurants and Bars Nearby
Kayak and Paddle Board Rentals Nearby
Art Galleries Nearby
Wine and Liquor Shop Nearby
Post Office Nearby
Beauty Salons Nearby
Taxi, Uber and Lyft Available
Short Drive to the Annapolis Mall, Towne Centre and Harbour Center
Short Drive to West Marine, Grocery Stores, Hardware Stores and more
Short Drive to the Navy Stadium
Annapolis Town Dock
Stay in the Center of it All.
United States Naval Academy
Visit the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD to see where future officers are educated and trained. The “yard,” as the lush grounds of the Academy are called, reflects the beauty of Beaux Arts architecture and historical monuments commemorating naval events. There is a museum onsite too! Learn more about the United States Naval Academy.
The Maryland State House
The Maryland State House is the oldest state capitol in continuous legislative use! The Continental Congress met in the Old Senate Chamber from November 26, 1783 to August 13, 1784. During that time, George Washington came before Congress to resign his commission as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army and the Treaty of Paris was ratified, marking the official end of the Revolutionary War. Learn more about the Maryland State House.
The Paca House and Gardens
This five-part Georgian mansion was built in the 1760s by William Paca, one of Maryland’s four Signers of the Declaration of Independence and the state’s third Governor. See the historical home and spend time in the lush gardens surrounding the mansion - a true oasis in this bustling town! Learn more about the Paca House and Gardens.
The Hammond-Harwood House
The Hammond-Harwood House is a five part Anglo-Palladian (derived from 16th Italian architect Andrea Palladio) mansion that features some of the best woodcarving and plasterwork in America. Today, this beatiful museum, dubbed the Jewel of Annapolis, features stunning exhibits and hosts wonderful events. Learn more about the Hammond-Harwood House.
Walk to dozens of great restaurants, boutiques, bars and lounges on Main Street! This is the heart of Annapolis, where you can find everything from the best crabcakes in town - to a delicious scoop of homemade ice cream. Main Street frequently hosts special events, including midnight shopping around the holidays!
The Maritime Republic of Eastport
Take a stroll over the bridge and tour the Maritime Republic of Eastport. This proud republic established its independence from Annapolis proper on Superbowl Sunday, 1998! Today, it's also home to some of Annapolis' most famous restaurants, including Boatyard Bar & Grill, Lewnes Steakhouse and Davis' Pub. Learn more about the Maritime Republic of Eastport.