Small-craft facilities along the Alexandria waterfront can provide gasoline, diesel fuel, water, berths, and marine supplies. Hull and engine repairs can be made; largest marine railway, 35 feet; lift, 16 tons.
Harbor regulations provide a speed limit of 10 m.p.h. when passing the wharf area of Alexandria, except in emergencies.
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The Alexandria, Mile 91.4W, Potomac River, waterfront extends about 1.5 miles north of the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge.
The Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge, Mile 90.7, which connects Jones Point with the Maryland shore, has a bascule span with a clearance of 76 feet; a sound signal is at the channel span of the bridge. Rocks are on the western edge of the channel just southward of the bridge in 38°47’24″N., 77°02’23″W.