Be part of the history and the passionate community of boaters that make Stone Cove Marina their home.
Stone Cove Marina provides many conveniences of today, but prides itself on a long history servicing the boating community at Point Judith. Since the 1800’s, the marina had been known as Roses and Priest boatyards, until Louis Hanson purchased the properties to create Hanson’s boatyard. At that time, boats were hauled on a railway system. Some of the old tracks can be seen at low tide.
In the late fifties, George Mackenzie bought the boatyard and within two years sold it. It became Wakefield Marina. In 1973, the Wood family took ownership of the property. Keeping the tradition of the past, it was named after Stone Water Fence Cove the small cove located at the north end of the property. Throughout the years the Woods have made a commitment to enhance the docks, electricity, water, heads and grounds with continuous upgrades.
The Wood family welcomes you to Stone Cove Marina to enjoy your next excursion at sea.