About Us

About Matthews Point Marina

Matthews Point Marina is located in the sheltered waters of Clubfoot Creek, just off the Neuse River and Pamlico Sound. The marina, home to many great sailors and powerboat cruisers, offers immediate access to some of the best sailing and cruising grounds on the east coast of the US.

Our Marinas and Yacht Sales Offices Offer:

  • Integrity
  • Friendly Courteous Staff
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Boat Slips for Rent or Sale
  • Internet through Wi-Fi
  • Large New Clubhouses
  • Ample Parking
  • Laundry Facilities on Premises
  • Fuel Docks and Pump Out Station

Check with us on availability of slips for rent!

Operated by the Matthews family since the 1950s, the continually updated marina in this idyllic location quietly recharges the lives of all who visit. The property was originally operated as an old fashioned fishing camp. Jet Matthews completely redeveloped the property into a beautifully landscaped and modern marina in the 1980s. He continues to maintain his residence at Matthews Point even though he has developed the very exclusive and successful Luken’s Island project for sportsmen and investors and in 2004 he very successfully completed redevelopment of the award winning Morehead City Yacht Basin. It has a century of tradition in the finest east coast location and has set a new benchmark for outstanding quality in marina design and development.

We operate and manage two marinas and two yacht sales offices to serve all of your boating needs. Please call us or stop by for a visit. Our two beautiful marinas, Matthews Point Marina and Morehead City Yacht Basin, serve Eastern North Carolina with 200 boat slips, incredible surroundings and great access to fabulous sailing, fishing and boating areas.

The Morehead City Yacht Basin is the premier marina in Beaufort, Morehead City and Carteret County. It is the original home of the Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament and is proud to have hosted Ernest Hemingway and legions of other renowned sportsmen. Located on Calico Creek, just a few hundred feet from the Intracoastal Waterway, access to Beaufort Inlet is minutes away.