Sunday, May 17, 2009

Somers Cove Marina in Crisfield Wants You!

This is Lloyd Tyler, Executive Director of Somers Cove Marine in Crisfield. Lloyd wants you! And your boat, of course.

There are still slips available for both small boats and yachts. Members of the marina not only have a beautiful place to call, "Home away from home." they are within walking distance to the city dock, great eateries, our tiki bar (reopening soon) and the Tawes Museum.

You can also enjoy the many events that take place at the marina throughout the year, like our famous Crab Derby (a three day event) and clam bake. Check our event site or the Chamber of Commerce for upcoming events.

So for some good times, contact Somers Cove Marina directly and reserve your slip today (nice slips available for transients, too.):

715 Broadway
P.O. Box 67
Crisfield, MD 21817
410.968.0925 or 1.800.967.3474

Below, Lloyd serves up a hot dog to a boater at the fueling station. When was the last time the executive director of your marina gave you curbside service?

Hope to see you around. We can be found on the "C" pier.

One of the many events held at Somers Cove Marina.


willow said...

I can't think of a single time I was at a marina. Yikes, I'm land locked.

Casedilla said...

This last photo is making me hungry! Looks like fun.

(P.S. :D What was the AmeriCorps program? It's going great [thanks!]. I've been on Facebook talking to some people who got accepted to the base in Iowa as well. There's a whole group for us to get to know eachother so now we're all just waiting for them to send more information in the mail)

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Yeah, good on the CEO! Nothing like rolling up your sleeves and mixing around and getting to know folks!
Enjoy Somers Cove Marina day out!

ROSIDAH said...

I love seeing all the warm photos of your town! Have a great week, Patty :)

Ann said...

Give me a dozen of the biggest crabs, please.

May be Lloyd could link up with some of the marinas in Auckland. Auckland is known as the city of sails and claims to have more boats per capita than anywhere else in the world.

We even won the America's cup before.

Where do you sail?

Anonymous said...

Looks like lots of fun!

REDLAN said...

With this post I am interested to know more about your town. The crab derby sounds interesting Patty!

Butler and Bagman said...

That's one happy looking man at the top and one appetizing basket of crabs at the bottom.

Anonymous said...

Yummy... Basket of crabs... Fantasy!!
Great Post!!

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

I am so ready to pick some crabs!

gigi said...

No need for a slip for our old bass fishing boat! But oh wouldn't it be fun?

Barry said...

Go great, crabs! When's lunch? Does Lloyd do take out?

Like to Canada?

Jess said...

I love that last photo, getting right in the middle of all the action. I really need to learn from you how to just dive right in!!
When you get a chance, you should check out my new post, I did senior pictures!! :)

Anonymous said...

predictable, but yeah am hungry now too.... might just go buy a spider crab for supper....