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Cooper River Marina Hours & Fees
Hours 
  • April - September: 9am-7pm
  • October - March: 9am - 5pm

Slip Fees
Slip Fees are listed per foot of slip length, based on a 25-foot minimum, with accommodations up to 40 feet. There is an electricity surcharge of $16.00 per month per 30amp service.

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Standard Rate

Charleston County
Resident Rate*

Monthly

$13.60/ft

$10.88/ft

Semi-Annual

$12.10/ft per month

$9.68/ft per month

Annual

 $11.05/ft per month

$8.84/ft per month

 Transient

$1.80/ft per 24 hours

$1.44/ft per 24 hours

Transient Monthly

$15.10/ft

$12.08/ft

Boat Yard Storage

$55 per month
(over 30-ft) $65 per month

$44 per month
(over 30-ft) $52 per month

 Dinghy Storage

$5 per month

10% off standard transient rate with valid Boat US Membership.

 
*Charleston County residents contribute to the development of our county park system through property taxes, therefore a discounted rate is available to them.

 Park fees, operating schedules, and hours are subject to change without notice.


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