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North Coast Harbor Marina Presents Rock & Dock to Lure Boaters to Downtown Cleveland

Published: Wednesday, July 16, 2014
By: Terri Ford

Rock & Dock at North Coast Harbor Transient Marina Lures Boaters to Downtown Cleveland

https://asoft9242.accrisoft.com/greatlakessc/clientuploads/news/July 2014/photo 2.JPGJuly 14, 2014 (Cleveland, OH) - Rock & Dock at North Coast Harbor Transient Marina has opened in Downtown Cleveland as downtown’s newest addition has 53 dock slips that can accommodate boats with a minimum length of 26 feet. Boaters traveling the Great Lakes can dock for the day or stop by for a few hours during their lake excursions. Rock & Dock will also provide paddle boats, kayaks, paddle boards and jet ski rentals for family and friends to enjoy.

Located behind The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum on E. 9th Street, the marina is part of the Downtown Lakefront Plan and Cleveland’s commitment to revitalize the city’s waterfront. Funding for the development of this project came through a $1.5 million federal grant from the Department of Natural Resources for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services with an additional $500,000 in municipal funding.

Rock & Dock will host a number of events to attract visitors to the area including paddle boat races, exercise classes and festivals. For boaters who dock at the marina, they will have walking access to all the great downtown attractions, including the Rock Hall of Fame and Museum, First Energy Stadium, the Great Lakes Science Center and, via private transportation or the waterfront transit line, the Horseshoe Casino, Progressive Field, the Flats - East Bank as well as W. 6th and E. 4th Street.

To reserve dock slips or for more information about watersport rentals, please visit Rock and Dock’s website at www.rockanddock.com or call 216.804.1152

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