Andress Boat Works is a small deep-water marina with a personalized approach. Our dockside service is friendly and welcoming to all from large cruisers, houseboat rentals, seadoo enthusiasts to kayakers and skiff rowers. We offer boat repairs through two different local mechanics. We offer overnight dockage with power and are close to restaurants and other services. Picnic tables and benches available. Our convenience store offers groceries including fresh local produce and meats. Our goal is to provide old-fashioned friendly and quality service to make your leisure and vacation time as pleasant and memorable as possible. We work closely with others in the area and if we are unable to provide the service we will likely be able to direct you to someone who can.

Products & Services

  • Gas & Oil Products
  • Pump-out Services
  • Washroom
  • Ice
  • Drinking Water
  • Marine Hardware
  • Navigation Charts
  • Propane Tank Exchange
  • Water Taxi & Island Delivers
  • Seasonal Docking and Storage
  • Transient Overnight Docking
  • Tow & Rescue Services
  • Off-site mechanic available
  • Bait & Tackle
  • Free community boat launch


Andress Boat Works offers flexible winter storage options. Our facilities include indoor storage or outdoor covered storage. Your storage arrangements may vary from full service winterizing and covering to bring your own boat fully winterized  and we just provide a spot for housing your boat from winter elements. We will gladly create a plan that works for you and it is not dependent upon using our summer docking facilities although we would welcome your enquiry for that service as well. Just call or email us for details.

Marine Supply

Fishing Tackle

You will find all the basics from rope, fenders, life jackets, river charts, etc. to toys for enjoying the river in the Marine Supply Shop. Downstairs where the dive shop used to reside has been transformed to supply the boaters of the river.

Heading out fishing we have lures, line, bobbers and reasonably priced rods and reels. Don’t forget the net so the big one doesn’t get away. We continue to carry worms as before.