Red Bank has several small-craft facilities.
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The channel in Navesink River is crooked but well marked by seasonal buoys. The Oceanic highway bridge across the river between Rumson and Locust Point has a bascule span with a clearance of 22 feet.
Red Bank is near the head of navigation on the Navesink River.
The dredged channel that extends for 1.5 miles above the landings at Red Bank had a reported midchannel controlling depth of 2 feet to the second highway bridge, and thence less than 1 foot for the rest of the dredged section in 1985. The channel is privately marked by buoys and stakes. The Route 35 highway bridge crosses the river 4.8 miles above the mouth and has a fixed span with a clearance of 12 feet. A railroad bridge crosses the river 450 yards southwest of the Route 35 bridge and has a fixed span with a clearance of 9 feet.