It would be difficult to find an individual more qualified than Ralph Clayton Jr. in developing and building such a complex project as Seaview Harbor Marina.
For more than 30 years, he has been an outstanding developer and contractor in the South Jersey area, for both the private and government sectors. He was responsible for the construction of stone jetties and seawalls for the State of New Jersey, for the main piers at the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May as well as the original Pacemaker boat marina facilities. Other projects to his credit include the All Seasons Marina, the Bayberry Cove Resort Condominium, the Resort Condominium and the Oak Forrest community.
Ralph Clayton Jr. was the visionary that gave birth to the Seaview Harbor Marina. He build it with care and used the latest state-of-the-art materials and construction methods that assure the safe, secure, and comfortable marina that we enjoy today.
The Original Seaview Harbor Marina construction was completed and opened.
Seaview Harbor Marina accomplished a Major Renovation of the the floating docks, electrical, and plumbing systems. The original Fiberglass floating docks were replaced by our current, beautiful IPE hardwood.
Pronounced “e-pay”, Ipe is widely recognized as one of the hardest and most durable timber species in the world. Its wide color variation provides a striking appearance on decking, siding and other uses. It is naturally durable and resistant to rot and decay, making it an excellent choice for exterior applications.
Beside the electrical, cable, and water systems being modernized, a complete Marine waste pump-out system, with access from every slip, was expertly installed.
Seaview Harbor completed major renovations and upgrades on the Restaurant and Owners Club House. The Owners Clubhouse is located on the second floor above the Restaurant. The glassed-in room and surrounding deck provide incredible views of the entire Harbor as well as the Great Egg Harbor inlet. The Southern exposure displays breath-taking sunrises and sunsets that you will remember for a lifetime.
Seaview Harbor’s advanced engineering and protected location as well as it expertly-designed seawall helped the Marina to fair well through 100-year Superstorm Sandy. Seaview escaped the storm with only cosmetic and minor damages. All were repaired and upgraded by the start of the 2013 boating season.
Seaview Harbor’s harbormaster and management are continuously renovating and upgrading the facilities and amenities as needed. The management also keeps a healthy capital reserve fund available for physical improvements.