Engine Parts, Inboard Engine, Diesel Engine
67 St. Mihiel Dr., Delran, New Jersey 08075 United States
Carolyn H said:
Terrible mechanic STAY AWAY!!! Coudlnt find leak for 2 months took to another place that found it in days!They will take your money very easily. The slips are overpriced even half way through season they want a fortune. Not good.
Gordon L said:
May, 23, 2016 Here I am again at Dredge Harbor Marina in Delran, NJ.. I didn't buy a new boat this year ( 2016) and I normally get one from Dredge in March. I didn't want to let them down so I traded today and bought another boat. I traded my 2003 Bayliner 1950 Capri Bowrider for a 2012 Harris Pontoon Boat ( cruiser FX200 ) fishing style with a 90 HP Mercury 4 stroke MPI fuel injection. Wow, what a boat...The engine is sooooo quiet and the boat runs so smoothly..As usual, I made the deal with Mike Fortu ( General Sales Manager ). He treats me like family and I picked out the boat this morning around 11AM and it was cleaned, sea trialed and ready to go by 4 PM...I have never been in any marina where they were able to do all that in just a few hours. Thanks to Billy the owner, who even helped his staff clean the boat and get it ready for me. How often do you see an owner cleaning a boat for a customer..Kudos to Billy and his staff. There service department is one of the best I have ever seen. Their mechanics are the most knowledgeable in the tri-state area..Jack, who is the parts department manager always seems to have the bayliner parts IN STOCK almost all the time. If it is not there, he has it the next day...Kudos to Jack... I can't thank Billy enough for the fantastic service he provides for me with every single boat I have bought from him. I have purchased at least 7 of them in the past two years. They must be doing something right if I keep coming back and also recommending them to all my boater friends.. Capt. Motogordo ( Gordon Lief ) Delanco, NJ. 08075
Leena S said:
This review is for the Marina from a StandUp Paddleboard (SUP) perspective! So, when I think of the word Dredge, obviously the definition comes to mind. "To clean out the bed of an area of water by scooping out mud, weeds, and rubbish with a dredge." Yuck! Not very appealing... Dredge Harbor Marina, however, was a very welcoming and pleasant surprise. It's located in a very unassuming, small town USA. Dredge Harbor empties into the Delaware River. We had a great afternoon on our SUP exploring the area where the boats docked and even making our way near the Delaware. There was a bit of boat traffic and jet skiers in the River, so it was a bit too daunting for me to actually go into the River. Dredge Harbor was a nice change of pace compared to going to the Jersey Shore to SUP.