A marine service pier on the east side of the entrance to Redhouse Cove, at the west end of Inner Harbor, has reported depths of 7 feet at the outer end. The boatyard can haul out craft up to 50 feet for repairs.
The Gibson Island Yacht Club has facilities in Inner Harbor.
Cornfield Creek, which flows into the eastern end of Magothy Narrows, has depths of 7 feet nearly to its head. Gasoline, diesel fuel, water, berths, and some marine supplies are available just above the mouth.
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Sillery Bay, on the north side of Magothy River along the west side of Gibson Island, has general depths of 8 to 13 feet. The bay is the approach to Magothy Narrows and the harbor on the north side of Gibson Island; the eastern shore of the island is connected with the mainland on the north by a causeway.
The marked channel through Magothy Narrows has depths of about 10 feet, and there are depths of 9 to 10 feet in Inner Harbor.