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MarineMax Brick Marina is a full service Marina with 160 Slips that can accommodate boats from 15’ all the way up to a 70’ yacht. A full staff of certified technicians will ensure your boat is in tip-top shape.
MarineMax Brick Fishing:
The area is a hot bed for fishing from inshore fluke/flounder, striped bass, red drum, bluefish and wreck fishing to offshore big game fishing. Our team members enjoy crabbing for blue claw crabs and clamming in the areas waters. MarineMax Brick team members understand how fishing feeds the soul and the stomach with deliciousness. The MarineMax team know the local waters and are happy to share their techniques for targeting and landing the area’s most popular species. For experienced fishing tips or just to swap fish stories, drop by the MarineMax Brick store we love to talk fishing.
MarineMax Brick Water Sports:
The MarineMax Brick team take watersports seriously. Wakeboarding, waterskiing, wakesurfing and tubing are part of their lexicon. These are popular activities throughout the area especially on the calmer west end of the Manasquan River and Barnegat Bay. Many of the MarineMax team members can give firsthand advice on getting into these fun sports. Stop by MarineMax Brick for some pointers or just to shoot the breeze about your favorite watersports.
MarineMax Brick Dockside Restaurants:
After a day on the water, our team members especially enjoy the local hospitality of the areas dockside restaurants. They relish the fabulous vistas of the harbor and breathtaking sunsets from the Wharfside Restaurant and the Lobster Shanty while dining on locally caught lobster and fresh seafood. Both are situated side by side in Point Pleasant on the south shore of Manasquan River. Another Point Pleasant dockside eatery frequented by local boaters is the Shrimp Box near the entrance to Cooks Creek where boats tie up alongside of the outdoor patio.
There are also some popular dockside restaurants on the northern shore of the Manasquan. In Brielle are Way Point 622, the Brielle River House and the Sand Bar & Grill. Further west, in Brick you can’t go wrong with River Rock Waterfront Restaurant and Marina Bar. All three are very popular in season, so plan to arrive early to assure dock space is available.