Main Pier has many exciting activities at and near the marina. We have annual picnics, fishing tournaments, and much more. Check back here often for news, event photos, and information you'll want to have a safe and enjoyable boating year.

Aquatic Nuisance Plant Control has provided a Risk Benefit Information document for owners. Specific treatment information is posted around the marina for each treatment. The first treatment has been completed, the second should be in early August.

 2019 Risk Benefit Statement

The pump out system is working again. If you have any problems with it, please do not attempt to repair. Contact Gene or one of the board members to report any issues. If you are unfamiliar with the system, please ask for assistance the first time.

This is also a good time to remind those that have a removable porta potti that there is an adapter for you to use the pump out system. Please do not dump porta potti waste into any of the portable johns. 

There have been issues with the pump out system. Parts are on order and should be in next week. If you need to use the system please look for Gene, Gerry, Al or Gary for assistance. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

Check out this great video submitted by Gary Howell.



On July 26, 2018 the marina was again treated for weed control. The company has provided an interesting document for your reading.

Click here to view "Risk/Benefit Statement - Important Information that Makes Sense".

Updated 7/24/2018

Improvements to the wireless network are underway. The primary outdoor wireless network name (SSID) is now Main_Pier_Mesh, and additional access points have been installed. This will eliminate the need for south end owners having to use the Repeater, which has been a bit flaky as of late. Most people will want to change their wireless settings to "forget" the MAIN_PIER_MARINA network and then connect to the new one. Inside the clubhouse you will find the MAIN_PIER_MARINA network still exists because the outdoor network may not be satisfactory for some devices, in which case we suggest you set the device to only connect manually (instead of "connect automatically).   Both access points will have the same key (password), which is posted inside the clubhouse and may change from time to time (please note that the current password is all lower case). 

Technical Tips:
Wireless signals can have a hard time penetrating the fiberglass hulls of boats, especially at or below the waterline. While you can expect reasonable signal on the boardwalks and out on deck, you may experience problems inside the boat. For laptops, you might consider getting a USB wireless adapter that has a remote wired antenna that you can set outside and as high as practical. (Unfortunately no such workaround is readily available for cell phones and tablets). While you may get adequate signal strength from the access points in your location, performance will vary based on your device’s signal strength back to the receiver. Some devices like online game systems demand a lot of bandwidth, performance may vary based on the number of internet users at that time. 

If you encounter issues with the wireless service, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

While we had a late spring that delay launching boats for many, it is well past time for all boats to be removed from the parking areas. If you are unable to launch your boat, you must retrieve it and take it elsewhere. Boats left in parking areas are subject to towing and storage at the owner's expense. 

In the next several weeks a paving company will be working on filling cracks and voids, plus addressing a sinkhole in the southwest lot and a pothole in the west road (which is a private road not maintained by the city or county). The work will be done during the week, which should minimize any inconvenience of most slip owners.