Marine Pump Out Stations within Cape May Water Ways

Searching for a Marine Pump Out Station in Cape May for Your Boat
Helping Cape May Recreational Boaters find marine pumpout locations to empty or dump your gray and black holding tanks.  A Marine Pump Out Station is a facility intended to receive the discharge of wastewater from any holding tank from any recreational boat.
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All recreational vessels must have access to pumpouts funded under the Clean Vessel Act (CVA) Program. In New Jersey, more than 170 marinas are operational or pending under the CVA Program and are subject to specific Federal guidelines pertaining to cost, access and maintenancll recreational vessels must have access to pumpouts funded under the Clean Vessel Act (CVA) Program. In New Jersey, more than 170 marinas are operational or pending under the CVA Program and are subject to specific Federal guidelines pertaining to cost, access and maintenance
 
The NJ Boater’s Pumpout Guide is available online in PDF format.he NJ Boater’s Pumpout Guide is available online in PDF format. Please Click the PDF below to download the full Southern New Jersey Pumpout Guide.
 
Check the following Pump Out Marinas in Cape May:
 
  • Cape May Marina
  • Miss Chris Marina
  • Rosemans Marina
  • ​South Jersey Yacht
  • Canyon Club Resort Marina
  • H & H Marina
  • Cape May Inlet Marina

 How to Pump Out Your Marine Waste System

1. Remove the cap from the boat’s deck waste fitting.
2. Insert pumpout hose nozzle into deck fitting.
3. Turn pump on. If there is a hose valve, open it to start suction.
4. When no waste is seen in “sight glass”, close hose valve and remove nozzle from deck fitting.
5. Put nozzle (with open valve) in bucket of water for15 seconds to rinse hose Rinse boat’s tank with water and pump dry, if desired.
6. Close valve and put away hose. Turn off pump and replace deck fitting cap. 

Current law for the also makes it illegal to dump untreated boat sewage within three (3) miles of any shoreline. Fines for illegal dumping may reach $2,000 or more.