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Atlantic Highlands Municipal Harbor

2 Simon Lake Drive
Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716

Phone (732) 291-1670
Fax (732) 291-9657
ahharbor@ahnj.com


The next Harbor Commission Regular Meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 7, 2023 7:00 pm at Borough Hall 100 First Ave Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716


 

Head Boat Slip Available

Prime location, call the Atlantic Highlands Harbor Office at 732 291-1670 for details.



News & Announcements

2021 Recreational Boating Statistics (pdf)
Fuel Dock Hours
The hours of the Atlantic Highlands Fuel Dock are 8:30am - 4:30pm and the Fuel Dock can be reached on VHF Channel 9
New Addition to the Harbor... Pickleball Court
New Addition to the Harbor... Pickleball Courts
Life Jacket Loaner Station
The Atlantic Highlands Municipal Marina is proud to announce the return of the Life Jacket Loaner Station which was washed away by Super Storm Sandy in 2012. This program allows anyone who may have forgot or is in need of an additional or temporary Personal Floating Device (PFD) to use one and return it when done with their boating outing.
NJ Clean Marina - Clean Boating Tips
Click on the links below to access Clean Boating Tips
Harbor Office Hours
The Harbor Office is open 8:30am - 4:30pm Monday thru Saturday.
Emergency Notification System for Harbor Tenants (pdf)
Harbor tenants will be able to receive important telephone and e-mail messages from the Atlantic Highlands Municipal Harbor by signing up for the Swift911 Emergency Notification System. Click here for details.
National Saltwater Angler Registry
Registration is the law, and it helps NOAA and anglers work together to gather better data on angling catch that will help us to ensure the future of saltwater fishing.