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The Marinalife Magazine, published quarterly, is a lifestyle magazine featuring cruising stories, marina and waterfront destinations articles, as well as a directory of discounts & specials available to Marinalife members.
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ENHANCING YOUR YACHTING LIFESTYLE marinalife.com SUMMER 2015 + DESTINATION: VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA MASSACHUSETTS DOCK & DINE CRUISING PACIFIC NW B&B’S Top Summer Boating Destinations
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E N H A N C I N G YO U R YAC H T I N G L I F E S T Y L E marinalife.comSUMMER 2015

+DESTINATION:

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA

MASSACHUSETTS DOCK & DINE

CRUISING PACIFIC NW B&B’S

Top SummerBoating

Destinations

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CONTENTS >SuMMER 2015

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66CRuiSiNg18 weekend warrior Chesapeake Bay — Cruising from Baltimore to Kent Narrows, Rock Hall and Havre de Grace

22 cruising with members Our Rhythm ‘n Blues – Cruising from Virginia to Maine

32 cruising Through history Mackinac Island, Michigan

40 cruising with members A Summer to Remember — Chesapeake Bay to Long Island Sound

DEPARTMENTS16 what’s new 26 nauti Shopper How do you hold your drink

28 port personalities Donny Mekilok — The Squamish Nation Marine Group

78 captain’s Tips State Tax Boating Laws

82 Sportfish Shore to Please — Fishing in Manasquan, New Jersey

on The cover > Manitoulin Island, Ontario,Canada. Photo credit: Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation

DESTiNATiONS36 Destination Victoria, British Columbia

38 cuba update 12th Havana Biennial

44 Destination Lake George, New York

60 Destination The Hamptons, New York

85 marina Spotlight Bohemia Vista Marina in Chesapeake City, Maryland

30 marina Spotlight Journey’s End Marina in Rockland, Maine

88 Food Collecting Clams in Boston

130 cast off

Marinalife magazine, Vol. 10, Iss. 3 is publishedquarterly by Marinalife, LLC, 1414 Key Highway, 3rdFloor, Baltimore, MD 21230, 410-752-0505. Annualsubscription price $9.99; for subscription (pleaseadd $10 for Canadian addresses and $20 for allother international addresses), renewal or changeof address, call 410-752-0505. marinalife.com

Periodical Postage paid at the Baltimore, Md.post office and at additional mailing offices. ISSN # 2152-2200

poSTmaSTer: Send address changes to Marinalife, LLC, 1414 Key Highway, 3rd Floor, Baltimore, MD 21230

47Top Summer BoaTing DeSTinaTionS

Marinalife Members voted and the resultsare in for the top places to visit this summer

54Bay STaTe Dock & Dine

Cruise this summer to these nine fantastic Massachusetts restaurants

66cruiSing wiTh your pooch

Travel with Sophie and Bailey as they write about their favorite stops

70maine’S greaT LoBSTer FeSTivaL

Don’t miss one of East Coast’s top eventsthis summer in Rockland, Maine

74cruiSing paciFic norThweST B&B’S

Hop aboard the Trogdon’s vessel and cruiseto the many islands of the Pacific Northwest

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INTRODUCING

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eDIToR’S LoG >

I had the chance this spring tohike part of the AppalachianTrail through the SmokyMountains of Tennessee and North Carolina. My hikecoincided with a wave ofthrough-hikers who hike thetrail from Springer Mountain,Ga., to Mt. Katahdin, Maine, taking about six months tocomplete. After spending fourdays with different groups of

through-hikers I kept thinking about how these hikers, who lookout for each other and have taken on this monumental feat, remind me of the boating community. I think back to times I have been helped by a fellow boater whether helping fix something or imparting knowledge. The through-hikers had thissame mentality — we are all in this together. It reminded mewhy I love boating and the people that I run into at the marinas,conferences and boat shows. We recently exhibited at theAGLCA (America’s Great Loop Cruising Association) SpringRendezvous in Norfolk. The “Loopers” have taken on a similar

challenge as the through-hikers — to circumnavigate the easternpart of the US that also takes about six months. The community,lifestyle, and camaraderie among boaters are the reasons thatMarinalife was started 15 years ago. Here’s to a fun and safe summer of meeting new friends on the water.

The Marinalife team has some new things in store for you thissummer including a new and improved version of our mobile app.It is currently available (for free) for Apple users and soon forAndroid users. The new app allows you to easily find a marina,read reviews and view rates and fuel prices all on a nautical chart.Visit marinalife.com/app to learn more.

The summer issue of Marinalife is jam-packed with articles to help inspire your summer cruising — from Cruising the Chesapeake Bay to Lobster Fest in Rockland, Maine. Also, read about the top dock-and-dine destinations in Massachusettsand cruise with the Trogdons as they pick their favorite waterfront bed and breakfasts in the Pacific Northwest.

We look forward to seeing everyone out on the water this summer!

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WHAT’S NEW >

Marina Updates

WITH

Harbour Isle Beach Club in Bradenton, Fla.

will be opening this summer. This 23,000-

square-foot club is part of a 220-acre

resort home community located directly

on the Anna Maria Sound across from

Anna Maria Island. The beach club will

feature a fitness center, Sky Bar Lounge,

Cabana Bar, swimming pool, yoga lawn

and beach. In 2016, Harbour Isle plans

on opening Harbour Isle Marina with

wet and dry storage, restaurants and a

ship store.

North Cove Marina located on the Hudson

River in New York City announced that it

will now be operated by IGY Marinas.

IGY Marinas and Brookfield Property

Partners won a bid for 10-year lease of

the marina and will begin a variety of

structural upgrades to the facility. This

includes additional lighting, waterfront

seating, new signs, landscaping and

operating a sailing program from the

marina location.

Charlestown Marina in Boston, Mass.,

recently opened in May 2015 servicing

vessels up to 400 feet. The marina is

located in the Charlestown Navy Yard

and will accept both transient and

seasonal boaters. Onsite is Pier 6

Restaurant, security staff and cameras,

shower and restroom facilities, laundry,

grilling stations and free WiFi. The marina

features a 900-foot hybrid steel/concrete

breakwater system designed to reduce

wake from the harbor.

JUST LAUNCHED Check out the improved

Marinalife mobile app.

Version 2 is now available

for IOS products (soon for

Android). Now you can

use nautical charts to

easily locate marinas and

view details including

amenities, fuel prices,

rates, reviews and more!

We are challenging all

boaters to cruise around

the Chesapeake Bay this

summer for our Crab Deck

Crawl. From July 1 until

Sept. 7, we challenge you to

show your crabitude by

taking photographs of

12 crabby items. Send in

all 12 photos and you

could win the coveted

Golden Mallet Award. Visit

marinalife.com/crabdeckcrawl

for more information and to

download the printable map.

Best Marina ContestThe time has come to cast your vote

for 2015’s best marinas! This year vote

for the Best Large Marina (over 100 slips)

and Best Small Marina (under 100 slips). Voting is open

until October 1, 2015. Visit marinalife.com/marinacontest.

Summer Boat Drink Contest Marinalife wants to hear

about your favorite on-board

cocktails. Submit your drink

recipes to [email protected]

by September 1. Winners will

be announced this fall.

WHAT’s new

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Marinalife magazine, published four times a year, is focused on the cruising lifestyle. The magazine includes articles onwhere to cruise, new marina destinations, events, cruisingstories and a directory of themany great discounts available to Cruising Club members.

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it will take a little more than an hour to get to kent narrowsfrom Baltimore. kent narrows is used by boaters as a shortcut for accessing the Miles and wye river or eastern Bay,rather than going under the Bay Bridge. However it is also a destination in its own right, with an array of seafoodrestaurants, bars and marinas, and it’s a convenient stopping point before cruising to St. Michaels.

if you are craving the bay’s fresh seafood, you will not bedisappointed by the choices here — Harris Crab House, thenarrows restaurant and Bridges restaurant are just some of the top-notch spots, many of which allow you to dock and dine. if you are ready for some good people watchingand a lively crowd, head to red eye’s dock Bar for the livemusic, bikini contests and potent frozen-drink concoctions.and don’t miss Big owl’s Tiki Bar, where the locals gather to enjoy the gorgeous sunsets.

dock at Piney narrows Yacht Haven (410-643-6600) orMears Point Marina (410-827-8888). another good option is Castle Harbor Marina (410-643-5599), only about twomiles northeast on the Chester river.

Kent Narrows, Md.Baltimore is a great starting point for your journey this summer exploring parts of the middle and upper ChesapeakeBay. The city has been through a tough time lately but welove it as much as ever. now is the time to visit! You couldspend several days in the city, checking out the nationalaquarium and its award-winning blacktip reef exhibit, visiting the Science Center, exploring the american Visionary arts Museum or cheering on the orioles at Camden Yards — all of this is within walking distance of most of the area’s marinas.

Baltimore is famous for its distinct, unique neighborhoods that line the waterfront, including FederalHill, inner Harbor, Harbor east, Little italy, Fells Pointand Canton. no matter which marina and neighborhoodyou choose, it’s easy to get around — water taxi, bike,dingy and regular taxis abound, and a seven-mile pedestrian promenade wraps around the waterfront. Marina options are plentiful, too — there’s BMC at Harborview near Federal Hill; BMC at inner Harbor in the inner Harbor; Harbor east Marina in Harbor east, the closest to Little italy; the Crescent Marina and Henderson’s wharf in Fells Point; and BMC atLighthouse Point Center and anchorage Marina in Canton.

For more about favorite spots to eat and things to do in Baltimore from the Baltimore locals at Marinalife, visit marinalife.com/baltimore.

Baltimore, Md. Day 1

Cruising the Chesapeake BayBY J OY M c P E T E R S

weekend warrior > CHESAPEAKE BAY

Baltimore's Inner Harbor is the perfect place to venture this summer. Tons of attractions are all located within walkingdistance from the harbor including Camden Yards, Port Discovery Children's Museum, the National Aquarium, the Mary-

land Science Center, and don't forget about all the wonderful restaurants within each unique neighborhood.

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From Kent Narrows, head north approx-imately 15 miles to the town of Rock Hall and find dockage or an anchorage onSwan Creek, located behind Rock HallHarbor. There are several excellent marinason Swan Creek, including Haven HarbourMarina (410-778-6697), Gratitude Marina(410-639-7011) and Osprey Point Marina(410-639-2194). All are on a shuttle routethat takes you around Rock Hall.

Rock Hall is still a town of watermenwho bring in oysters, crabs and rockfishdaily. Visit the Waterman’s Museum atHaven Harbour to learn more about that

maritime history. A great way to explorethis quaint town is by bicycle. Many of themarinas have free bike rentals. Main Streetis dotted with numerous antique shops,clothing stores and boutiques, such asSmilin’ Jakes Casual Apparel. On Saturdayafternoons, hit the Farmers & ArtisansMarket to pick up fresh local produce andbrowse the many craft stalls. For a relaxingevening, stop at The Mainstay and listen to jazz, or head to Waterman’s CrabHouse to devour crabs and groove to livemusic on the outdoor deck. The nearbywaterfront Harbor Shack is a local favorite

and offers live music and good food. During the summer there’s a stream of fun events, from the Log Canoe Races( July 18-19) to the infamous Pirates and Wenches Weekend (August 7-9).

If you need to reprovision, BaysideFood is right in town. And if your vesselneeds any type of service or maintenance,you are in the right place — Rock Hall has several top yards (including HavenHarbour and Gratitude) that can performwork on your boat.

Day 2Rock Hall, Md.

The city of Rock Hall, known as the Pearl of the Chesapeake, offers a vibrant community with ample shops and restaurants along

with numerous fishing, hiking, biking and boating opportunities.

View of Kent Narrows Bridgefrom Red Eye’s Dock Bar.

Bridges Restaurant is located in Kent Narrows and offerscomplimentary dockage for guests dining at the restaurantfor vessels up to 70 feet.

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Havre de Grace, Md.Make a 30-mile run the next day to Havre de Grace in the Upper Bay. Havrede Grace sits on the Susquehanna River at the confluence of the Chesapeake Bayat Concord Point and has undergone a revitalization in the last few years. It isnow filled with restaurants, galleries, jewelry shops and historic B&Bs.

There is plenty to do, no matter whatyour interests. For the golf aficionados there is Bulle Rock, located just a few milesfrom town and ranked by Golf Digest as thebest public course in Maryland. The many

dining options in town include Laurrapin Grill, known for its locallysourced menu, and McGreggor’s, knownfor its outside deck and colossal crab cake.Tidewater Grille, also with an outside waterfront deck, serves up everything crab — from crab dip burgers to cream of crab soup. Check out the many museums in town, which include Havre deGrace Maritime Museum, Concord PointMuseum, Susquehanna Museum at theLocke House and the Decoy Museum.Every Saturday, there are historic walking

tours and you can stroll along the riversidepromenade any time you like. If you can,catch one of the great events held eachsummer, such as the Seafood Festival (August 7-9) and the Havre de Grace Art Show (August 14-16).

Dock at Havre de Grace Marine Center’s Log Pond Marina on Concord Street (410-939-2161) or at Tidewater Marina (410-939-0951) —both are just a short walk from town. ml

Day 3

Concord Point Lighthouse is the oldestlighthouse in the state of Maryland and is

situated where the Susquehanna Rivermeets the Chesapeake Bay.

To view this article online, visitmarinalife.com/baycruise

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Part 1 — Chesapeake BayThis was one of the highlights of our trip.College friends who were married thesame year as us joined us for our 35th anniversary cruise through the ChesapeakeBay. We made it our quest to find the bestcrab cakes on the bay. We began this leg ofthe trip at Bluewater Yachting Center inhampton, Va., The surf rider restaurantwas the first of our many crab cakes!

The next day brought us to The Tides

inn in irvington, Va., We biked to TheDog and Oyster Winery and had dinnerand of course crab cakes at the Tides inn restaurant.

Zahniser’s Yachting Center insolomons island, Md., was beautiful. Wetook the dinghy all around the islandwhere the topography was so interestingwith cliffs and lovely scenery. We enjoyedcrab cakes at stoney’s seafood house.

Oxford, Md., was one of our favorites

places to explore! All of the quaint homeswere in perfect condition. Many residentspartner with local artists for a contest inwhich they paint a portion of the resident’swhite fence, better known as “onion tops.”We stayed at the Brewer Oxford BoatYard & Marina and had crab cakes atschooner’s on the Creek.

st. Michaels, Md., was another fun spot with lots of shops and restaurants.We docked at st. Michaels Marina, which

CruisiNg WiTh > STEPHEN WELLS

Our Rhythm ‘n BluesBon VoyageWelcome Aboard! We departed from our homeport in Vero Beach, Fla., headed north to Maine aboard our 78’ Ocean Alexander, Rhythm ‘n Blues. This journey took us to many ports of call, traveling over 5,500 nautical milesfrom Florida to Maine and back. The daunting task of making all of these marina reservations was made easy withthe help from the Marinalife staff. The length of this cruise created a new “rhythm” for us which leads to the boat’sname, Rhythm ‘n Blues. Now hop aboard as we take you through our journey from the Chesapeake Bay to Maine.

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was an easy walk to everything. We actually had two crab cake tastings: TheCrab Claw Restaurant and St. MichaelsCrab & Steakhouse.

Annapolis was bustling with energy!We stayed at Annapolis City Dock and we were in the thick of the action. It wasfun exploring the Naval Academy and allof the shops and restaurants that align thestreets. Steps away from the boat was thewinning crab cake, located at Dock StreetBar & Grill!

We finished off the Chesapeake Baywith stops in Chestertown, Rock Hall and Georgetown before cruising throughthe C & D Canal toward Atlantic City,N.J. Then we made our way to the “BigApple” for an extended stay.

Part 2 — Long IslandNew York City, or should I say “the BigApple,” will rate up there as one of themost memorable days of our trip. Bringingthe boat right up to the Statue of Libertywas amazing. We wanted to sing “GodBless America” at the top of our lungs!

After a night at Danfords Hotel &Marina in Port Jefferson (locally known as Port Jeff ), we traveled to Mitchell ParkMarina in Greenport and on our way wepassed Plum Island. For all of you NelsonDeMille fans (novelist) you will know exactly where we are. Mitchell Park Marina is located in town and we enjoyeda nice walk to Claudio’s for dinner (a Greenport landmark — the oldest family-owned restaurant in the UnitedStates since 1870). The next day we bikedto Kontokosta Winery and did a wine tasting at this beautiful winery overlookingLong Island Sound. There are at least 50 vineyards in this region, and we havebeen surprised by the quality of the wines.

We left Greenport and had a shorthour and a half ride to Sag Harbor, an upscale little town that is not far from the Hamptons with very nice shops and restaurants. We had lunch at PageRestaurant and enjoyed the very goodgrilled octopus!

Our final stop on Long Island wasMontauk. Montauk Yacht Club is verynice with two pools, restaurants, a beachand a spa. After watching the sunset, wewere greeted with a Supermoon.

Midshipmen at the Naval Academy during their daily noon formation. This formation is done weather permitting Monday through Friday of the academic year before lunch. The Naval Academy started doing

noon meal formations in 1905; the idea came from the tradition of mustering troops in the Civil War. Visit Annapolis

The Statue of Liberty was completed in Francein July 1884 and gifted to the United States to recognize the American Centennial. The statuewas unveiled in its residing location in October1886. The copper statue stands 151 feet and 1 inch and weighs 450,000 pounds.

OUR CRUISE ITINERARY

Bluewater Yachting CenterHampton, Va.

The Tides Inn MarinaIrvington, Va.

Zahniser’s Yachting CenterSolomons, Md.

Brewer Oxford Boat Yard & Marina

Oxford, Md.

St. Michaels MarinaSt. Michaels, Md.

Annapolis City Dock

Annapolis, Md.

Chestertown MarinaChestertown, Md.

Rock Hall Landing MarinaRock Hall, Md.

Georgetown Yacht BasinGeorgetown, Md.

Summit North MarinaBear, Del.

Golden NuggetAtlantic City, N.J.

Atlantic Highlands Municipal Marina

Atlantic Highlands, N.J.

Danfords Hotel & MarinaPort Jefferson, N.Y.

Mitchell Park MarinaGreenport, N.Y.

Sag Harbor Yacht ClubSag Harbor N.Y.

Montauk Yacht ClubMontauk, N.Y.

Newport Harbor Hotel & Marina

Newport, R.I.

Vineyard HavenMartha’s Vineyard, Mass.

Nantucket Boat BasinNantucket, Mass.

Constitution MarinaBoston, Mass.

Newburyport Harbor MarinaNewburyport, Mass.

Boothbay Harbor MarinaBoothbay, Maine

Rockland Landings MarinaRockland, Maine

Bar Harbor Municipal MarinaBar Harbor, Maine

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Part 3 — Rhode Island to MaineNewport, R.I. is a city steeped in historyand architecture. We docked at NewportHarbor Hotel & Marina and toured twoof the “Summer Cottages” as they arecalled. The Cliff Walk was a wonderfulwinding walk that follows the coastline for3 1/2 miles. Seeing the cliffs and the watercrashing onto the rocks was quite a thrill!

We were happy that we docked at The Black Dog Wharf because Martha’sVineyard has a nice historic streets withshops and a few restaurants.

Nantucket, Mass., has wonderful walk-ing and bike paths throughout the entireisland. We loved seeing the residential areawith the immaculately restored homes onthe cobblestone streets. The yards are lushand manicured with an abundant amountof hydrangeas in every color imaginable! We docked at Nantucket Boat Basin.

In Boston, we stayed at ConstitutionMarina located on Boston Harbor

conveniently situated on the FreedomTrail. Boston Commons is unique withthe “swan boats” and Newbury Street, thehistoric high-end shopping district withlots of outdoor cafes. We took the dinghydown the Charles River. It was the firsttime we have ever done locks in a dinghy!From the water we saw Harvard, BostonUniversity and MIT.

We left Boston and headed to Newburyport, Mass., a wonderful littletown. Arriving during their big YankeeHomecoming Festival, the streets werelined with white tents and the park hadconcerts during the day and fireworks atnight. We tied up at Newburyport HarborMarina and had delightful dinner at CeiaKitchen Bar — a small European restaurant.

The next day we headed to Boothbay,Maine. On our way we saw a water spoutand, wouldn’t you know, it was a whale! To be so close to such a huge creature was awe inspiring! The scenery and temperatures changed quite a bit as wemade our way into the harbor. It was absolutely beautiful!

You know you have entered Maine whenyou can walk across the water on lobstertrap buoys. It requires major maneuveringskills to make your way through the waterways and harbors. We took thedinghy out the next day to the town ofBath. Again, another amazing day of

beautiful scenery spotting seals on ourjourney. The dockmaster asked us wherewe had gone and when we told him Bath,he said, “You took that little dinghy throughHells Gate, that’s adventurous!” (I guessthat’s what they call that section of 6-knotrapids that we had to go through!)

We were in Rockland, Maine for a few days. We were able to dinghy over to Rockport (not to be confused with Rockland) and also to Owl’s Head Point.Very beautiful coastal countryside. Lots of art galleries for visitors to explore inRockland.

We finally arrived to Bar Harbor, Maine and met our daughter Stephanieand her husband John. They hikedPrecipice which is the most difficult hike in all of Acadia National Park. My wife and I had already hiked Precipice 20 years ago so we had our bragging rights! The guidebook says“climbers should expect an experiencephysically strenuous and mentally stimulating.” We decided that might be too tiring. The next day we all hiked Acadia Mountain together, which theguidebook called moderately strenuous.Let’s just say their definition of “moderate”is a little different from Kristi’s! ml

To view this article online, visitmarinalife.com/rhythmnblues

Acadia is the oldest American National Park east of the Mississippi River and the first where landwas donated to the federal government. The park contains over 120 miles of hiking trails.

On our way we saw a water spout, andwouldn’t you know,it was a whale!

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Powdery, sugar-white beaches and sparkling turquoise water make

Gulf Shores & Orange Beach a true boater’s paradise. Miles of open

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How long have you been the general

manager at Mosquito Creek?  

I’ve been the general manager of theSquamish Nation Marine Group since2006, managing and redeveloping Mosquito Creek Marina, Lynnwood Marina and New Brighton Port.

How long have been you in Vancouver?

What brought you to the area?

I’ve been in Vancouver since 1989. Rockand Roll! I was a professional musicianbefore my marina career.

How did you get into the boating

industry?

I have always been interested in boats. I was living on a 40-foot boat at the timeand a friend offered me a job as a deckhand at a local pilot company and onething lead to another. After my stint withthe marine company I moved on to a dockmaster position in downtown Vancouver. I stayed at that position for four years, and then this exciting new opportunitypresented itself.

Have you seen a lot of changes in the

Vancouver boating industry since you

have been there?

Yes I have. There are a lot of recreational

boaters in the Vancouver area. And more marinas have sprouted up and more interest in better service. There are a lot of new faces in the boating industry. Vancouverites are blessed with one of the most spectacular places to boat in the world. There are many spots to go and anchor and explore. There is also a lot of reason to stay in North Vancouver.

What is some of your hobbies

besides boating?

Photography. I have a little site calleddonnygeographic.com where I share myimages. There are so many spectacular visuals we see everyday. I love my cameraand crafting the shot.

Sausage or Bacon?

Bacon without a doubt!

If a boater pulls into the marina

and wants suggestion on things

to do — what do you say?

I say, “What would you like to do?” Somepeople are here to look at the beauty ofthis amazing area while some are here for the food. There are so many greatrestaurants in the area. Some want to goon a real estate hunt. Some want to gogolfing, hiking, sightseeing, maybe to

Whistler. I generally feel them out andgive them guidance based on their requests. We are very lucky here in North Vancouver.  We’ve got the best ofcity living with a million different thingsto see and do as well as easy access to nature and recreation in our back yard.

Your drink of choice? 

I’m a juicer. I juice three times a day sothat’s a tough one. I can say there is a lot of green juice in my life. When theweekend rolls around the green takes a bit of a back seat to a good single malt or a cold Molson.

What team do you cheer on

the most?

I would say that being a Vancouverite, I pretty much have to say our belovedCanucks are the team I cheer for. It’s anup-and-down battle to stay on board withthem but one has to have faith.

Favorite band/performer?

Being a musician for a good part of my lifemakes it hard to choose a favorite band orperformer. There are so many talentedpeople on this planet. I’m a big fan of TheBeatles, Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell, LittleFeat, Tom Waits and many, many others.

Where is the coolest place you

ever traveled to?

I think the coolest place we have traveledto is Russia. A Viking River cruise downthe Volga River from St. Petersburg toMoscow was really a very cool trip. Bali,Croatia and Beijing also rank up there. ml

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JOuRNey’S eNd MARINA is set in the thriving MidcoastMaine port of Rockland in West Penobscot Bay. The property isowned by the O’Hara Corporation, which has been active in themarine industry for more than 100 years and also operatesO’Hara Bait out of Rockland and an Alaskan fishing fleet in the Bering Sea. 

The idea for the marina first took hold in the 1990s, when the fishing industry gravitated toward the West Coast. TheO’Hara family decided to purchase some vacant waterfront fishprocessing plants around Rockland’s harbor. Soon Journey’s endbegan to take shape, and a full-service yachting center — whichcaters to both recreational vessels and commercial lobster boats— was born. 

Rockland is a popular destination for cruisers heading northduring the summer, and Journey’s end quickly became one of thepremiere places to stop. The deep-water marina can accommodatevessels up to 275 feet and offers everything a boater may need, including WiFi, well-lit ramps and docks, water and electric, aship store, clean shower and bathroom facilities, laundry and bothdiesel and gasoline fuel. The marina has the largest indoor boat

storage facility in Maine, and the service crew happily works oneverything from the smallest boats to the largest mega-yachts.This August, a heated 18,000-square-foot indoor service andstorage facility will be completed, along with an 85-foot indoorspray booth. The extensive services available include fiberglass repairs, full re-paint jobs, hull and keel repairs, electrical and refrigeration maintenance, metal fabrication, and general enginerepairs. Journey’s end also runs a transport service that safely gets your vessel anywhere you need it within the united Statesand Canada. 

The heart of quaint Rockland is just a stone’s throw from themarina. Browse through the many shops and art galleries andgrab a bite to eat at one of the excellent restaurants, including the award-winning Primo, which offers farm-to-table cuisine bycelebrated chef Melissa Kelly. Tour the Rock Harbor BrewingCompany, sample one of the many beers on tap, and kick back tothe soulful beats of the live bands. The many festivals throughoutthe summer include the North Atlantic Blues Festival ( July 11-12),the Maine Lobster Festival ( July 29-August 2) and the 13th Annual Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show (August 14-16).What’s more, Rockland is home to many historic schooners, including the magnificent Victory Chimes. 

Perhaps Journey’s end general manager Shane Strause sumsup the facility’s appeal best: “If you’re boating in New england,there’s no need to compromise. Journey’s end is a spectacularsummer destination for boaters, no matter what you’re looking for— a seasonal slip, a paint job, indoor winter storage, you name it.Journey’s end Marina is the one place that offers you everythingyou and your boat may need. Come and see what sets us apartfrom everyone else.” ml

Journey’s End Marina BY OL IV IA SCHLEICHER

For more information, visit journeysendmarina.com

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HAWKS CAY MARINAThe Dawn Of A New Era.

Reserve a slip for 3 nights or more in our Main Marina and receive a 25% discount off of our published daily rate.

For more information and reservations: HawksCay.com/MarinaLife or call (855) 318-4676

Our new dockside store is already open and soon we’ll introduce a fully remodeled

marina. For now, we’re as great as ever with slips that are steps from the resort and offer

power, water, WiFi and cable TV. Enjoy our restaurants. Lounge by the pool. Indulge in

the spa. Then, set out for the fishing grounds and dive sites just outside our private inlet.

Subject to availability and blackout dates. Offer excludes July 3-5, 2015 and July 25-August 9, 2015.

Be sure to pick up your Very Important Boater “Duck Card” while you’re at Hawks Cay Marina to work toward our special Repeat Guest Bonus discount!

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some linguists say Michilimackinacmeans “great turtle” in the ottawa nation language and refers to the shape of Mackinac island. But the ottawa tribe,who settled on Mackinac island beforetheir first contact with Europeans, say they found a small tribe already living on that island and their tribal name wasMi-shi-ne-macki naw-go.

That’s why “Mackinac” is spoken as“Mackinaw,” unless you’re a “fudgie” andunfamiliar with the local pronunciation.today it’s the fudgies dollars spent at thefudge shops and riding on horse drawnwagons around Mackinac island that drivethe summer tourist economy from Father’sDay to Labor Day.

This popular great Lakes destination islocated at the crossroads of history for theupper Midwest. Michilimackinac has witnessed French Jesuit missionaries andvoyageurs, the development of the beaverfur trade and the competition betweenEngland and France to be the dominantcolonial power in north America. Butwhen did this eight-square-mile islandfirst become a summer resort destination?That occured during the America VictorianEra after the civil War.

Before the spider web of railroad lines were built in the great Lakes region,the primary mode of transportation for

commerce, immigration and businesstravel were the inland seas themselves and the Erie canal. steamboat passengerferries connected the major great Lakecities of Buffalo, toronto, cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee and chicago. As the gilded Era advanced, so did the luxurious appointments aboard these palatial intercity steamers. As an antidoteto living in the big industrial cities during

summer in the late 1800s, northernMichigan became a popular getaway forthe rich and middle class alike. A ticketaboard a coal-fired steamer from chicagoto harbor springs, Michigan was just $5, without meals and a cabin for the 24 hour trip.

The grand hotel built in 1887 onMackinac island, exemplifies tourism developed for those who benefited from

Mackinac Island:THE GREAT LAKES RESORT

BY CAPT. JEFF WERNER

cruising through history >

The Straits of Mackinac between Lake Huron andLake Michigan and the surrounding region have historically been known as Michilimackinac.

The Grand Hotel's front porch is the longest inthe world and is known as a "flirtation walk" for

visiting Mackinac Island romantics.

To view this article online, visit marinalife.com/mackinac

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the Industrial Revolution and were fortunate enough to have leisure time for a vacation. Perched on a bluff, withsweeping views from its 660-foot-longfront porch, the “Grand” was designed as a desitination resort by the owners of the Detroit and Cleveland SteamshipCompany and the Michigan Central Railroad. It was an immediate success, and a hundred years later it was designateda National Historic Landmark. In fact, all of Mackinac Island is now a NationalHistoric Landmark District, which makesit a must visit port of call for Great Lakes

cruisers with an interest in history.The best choice when arriving by boat

is to tie up at the dock at Mackinac IslandState Harbor. Why is it the best choice?Because it is the only marina on the island!The marina is part of the Michigan StatePark system and reservations should bemade well in advance either online or by phone. Although there is room to anchor in the harbor, the holding is poorand would be unsafe in a blow. The nextbest alternative for dockage is anotherMichigan State Park marina, Straits State Harbor in Mackinaw City, which

is six nautical miles southwest of the island. For sightseeing back on MackinacIsland there are ferries, leaving every halfhour throughout the day from Straits State Harbor.

Once ashore on Mackinac Island, buysome fresh hand made fudge, rent a bicycle and start your journey back in time by exploring these historical sites:

❖ Fort Mackinac – Built by the British Army just before the end of theRevolutionary War, it was belatedly turnedover to the United States many years afterthe Treaty of Paris. At the outbreak of

The Grand Hotel was opened in 1887 asa summer retreat for vacationers who

arrived by lake steamer from Chicago,Erie, Montreal and Detroit.

Mackinac Island has three marina locations — Mackinac Island StateDock, St. Ignace Public Marina and Mackinaw City Marina.

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the War of 1812, the British suprised the American garrison and regained possession of this high ground until it was ceded back to the U.S. under theTreaty of Ghent.

❖ Biddle House – Built about 1780, it was remodeled into a home and furtrading shop by Edward Biddle to allowhim to exchange trade goods for beaver,mink and otter pelts.

❖ Agency House of the American

Fur Company – Built in 1820, it served as the local office of John Jacob Astor’s expanding fur company. It is now a museum dedicated to the fur trade.

❖ McGulpin House – Built before1780, in the working class French Canadian style. In 1819 William andMadeline McGulpin purchased it andbegan baking bread and hardtack to

supply fur traders. The house has been restored to its 1820 appearance.

❖ Mission Church – Built in 1829, this Congregational church is the oldestsurviving church in the state of Michigan.

❖ Sainte Anne Church – The currenttimber-framed Roman Catholic churchwas built in 1874, but the original logchurch on the same site was built 100 yearsbefore. There are parish records dating

back to 1695 from the founding FrenchJesuit missionaries.

And there is no better way to end the dayon Mackinac Island that watching the sunset from the front porch of the GrandHotel while relaxing on a rocking chair andimagining what it was like to be a Frenchfur trapper paddling through the Straits ofMackinac in a birch bark canoe. ml

Capt. Jeff Werner has been in the yachting industry for 22 years. In addition to working as a captain on private and charter yachts, both sail andpower, he is a certified instructor for the USCG, US Sailing, RYA and the MCA. He is also the Diesel Doctor, helping to keep your yacht’s fuel inoptimal condition for peak performance. For more information, call 239-246-6810 or visit MyDieselDoctor.com. All Marinalife members receive a 10% discount on purchases of equipment, products and supplies from Diesel Doctor.

All of Mackinac Island is now a National Historic Landmark District.

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CApTurINg ThE ESSENCE of Victoria, British Columbia in words is almost impossible. You have to experience Victoria to fully appreciate it. Located on a protected harbor on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, it is one of the oldest cities in the pacificNorthwest, settled by the British in 1843, and is known as one of the most British cities outside England. It also ranks as one of the top cities in the world for quality oflife. As the capital of British Columbia it is well serviced by airplanes and ferries frommultiple points in the u.S. and Canada. One of the most interesting ways to arrive is by float plane — Kenmore Air and harbour Air will both land you right downtown.

Victoria is very walkable, and the most popular attractions are within two miles ofthe inner harbor. The city has a rich collection of historic buildings, including the parliament Building, completed in 1897, and the Empress hotel, which opened in 1908. An interesting assortment of marine architecture can be found at Fisherman’sWharf, where a colorful group of houseboats nestle in a cove.

Victoria has a healthy economy made up primarily of tech businesses, governmentagencies, and the tourism sector. The internationally diverse population brings with itcosmopolitan offerings — restaurants and shops abound, many of which are located in a creatively restored merchant district. The well-established Chinatown neighborhood is almost as old as San Francisco’s.

Set on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, the city is surrounded by natural beauty,clean air and clear water. It’s abundant sunshine and mild temperatures have earned it the nickname the garden City. It enjoys relatively mild, dry weather in what is

otherwise a cool, damp area. Don’t miss theButchart gardens, about a 30-minute drive north of Victoria. It is one of theworld’s premier botanical displays.

With a circumnavigation distance of approximately 550 nautical miles, includingdozens of marinas and hundreds of scenic anchorages, one could spend yearsexploring Vancouver Island and not coverthe same ground twice. Victoria and Vancouver Island are a boater’s paradise. ml

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DESTINATION > VICTORIA, BRITISH COLuMBIA

WHERE TO DOCK

Coast Victoria Harbourside

Hotel & Marina (146 Kingston St.,

coasthotels.com) Located right in

Victoria’s Inner Harbour, marina

guests have full access to hotel

amenities including the fitness

center, pool, and WiFi.

Causeway Floats, Greater

Victoria Harbour Authority

(600-1019 Wharf St., gvha.ca)

Offering 300 feet of floating dock

space for vessels up to 250 feet

along with 30 amp electricity.

WHERE TO DINE

Fishlips Waterfront Bar & Grill

Il Terrazzo (555 Johnson St.,

ilterrazzo.com) Offering fine dining

in a courtyard setting and voted

best Italian restaurant in town.

The Tapa Bar (620 Trounce Alley,

tapabar.ca) Open for lunch and

dinner with a diverse menu of

Spanish-style fare.

The Flying Otter Grill (950 Wharf

St., flyingottergrill.com) Tie up your

vessel and sample dishes like the

halibut burger and the wild-salmon

wrap. There’s an amazing view of

Victoria’s Inner Harbour.

Fisherman's Wharf is home to many live-aboards andis a perfect place to venture for lunch and buy freshseafood right off the commercial fishing vessels.

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The 12th Havana biennial highlightingCuban contemporary artists and otherartists from around the world concludedin June at exhibition spaces, museums andgalleries throughout the city. painters,sculptors, photographers and performanceartists exhibited their work at locations as diverse as el Morro and La Cabaña, the Spanish colonial fortresses overlookingOld Havana, to the Malecón, the

waterfront promenade favored by friendsand lovers at sunset. Museum curators,gallery owners, art aficionados and luckytourists all had the opportunity to meetwith up-and-coming and establishedartists and view their work. ContemporaryCuban art is becoming sought after bycollectors for both its intrinsic value of personal expression and its future value as an investment.

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to normalize relations

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Our Man in Havana

Recently restored building at Plaza Vieja in Havana.

Cuba update > 12TH HAVANA BIENNIAL

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Part of the cultural patrimony of anycountry is its historic buildings. For manyyears Cuba neglected these importantstructures and they fell into disrepair. Realizing the significance of their history,not only for future generations but to the burgeoning tourism industry, Cubaappointed conservators for the cities ofCienfuegos and Havana. Their task was to restore the historic centers of those

cities, which were designated UNESCOWorld Heritage Sites. The work in thesouthern city of Cienfuegos on theCaribbean Sea is just about complete,while the restoration of La Habaña Vieja (Old Havana) is ongoing.

Havana is experiencing a renewal ofspirit, entrepeneurship and possibilities.While visitors from Canada, Europe andLatin America have had the opportunity

to see this first hand in recent years, it isnow time for Americans to reestablish thefriendship forged between Cuba and theUnited States, which was an outcome ofthe Spanish-American War in 1898. ml

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The Cathedral of Havanawith its baroque façade.

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CRUISING WITH > TONYA & RICK ANTLE

LOG DAY 1 — We left from PleasureCove Marina in Pasadena, Md., in mid-May. They stored and maintained ourboat for the winter and they prepped herfor departure. Their team was great to workwith and handled our punch list perfectly.

Our son Brian and his wife Amandahopped aboard for our first leg fromPasadena to the C&D Canal. This manmade canal is busy with commercialbarges, but is also pleasure boater friendly.In Chesapeake City, we docked at Schaefer’s Canal House with side-tiealong the banks of the canal. The marina

had full accommodations along with livemusic and delicious traditional Marylandfare, consisting of delicious crab pasta and local oysters on the half shell.

LOG DAY 2 — Today we cruisedfrom Chesapeake City, continuingthrough the C&D Canal. The Canaldropped us into the Delaware Bay, wherewe continued to South Jersey Marina in Cape May, N.J. — about a six-hour excursion. This marina offered full boatservices, a shuttle to town and excellentsuggestions for dining and taking in the

charm of this historic community. We walked the town center, stopping fordrinks at a local watering hole called theUgly Mug, then had an amazing dinner atthe Marion Inn, known for its prime rib.

LOG DAY 3 — Departing at 8:45 a.m., we headed offshore and ran directly north for three hours, 39 nauticalmiles to Atlantic City. We arrived just intime to place our bets for AmericanPharoah running in the 140th PreaknessStakes. We tied up right in front of thecasino at the Golden Nugget Marina

a summer to rememberBY TONYA AND R ICK ANTLE

Our summer boating season has begun! My husband Rick and I cruise on Artemis, our Offshore 54 Pilothouse, which we purchased in Ft. Lauderdale in 2014 with plans of completing the Great Loop over a three-year period. Last year was our first year cruising and it consisted of four legs beginning in Ft. Lauderdale in March and ending in the Chesapeake Bay by September.

For the 2015 summer season, we will be working our way north from the Chesapeake Bay, taking a detour from the Great Loop, toward Maine then back to the Hudson River, finishing the season in WinterHarbor, N.Y. I am looking forward to New York City, the Boston Harbor for 4th of July, Acadia NationalPark and then The U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, N.Y.

Tonya and Rick’s boat, Artemis,is taking them on an adventurefrom Maryland to Maine.

Tony and Rick Antle on the historic AtlanticCity boardwalk, built in 1870.

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where marina guests can access all of thehotel amenities. We took a quick cab rideto the Atlantic City Boardwalk to take inall of the sights and sounds that it has to offer. In the evening, one of our othersons Anthony joined us for a lovely dockside family dinner at Chart HouseSeafood Restaurant. Atlantic City lived upto its colorful reputation as all three kidscame back to the boat with stories of colddice and empty wallets.

LOG DAY 4 — Leaving AtlanticCity, we cruised north on the Atlantic,three miles off the Jersey Shore towardManasquan, N.J. We docked at Hoffman’sMarina, a full service marina, offeringhigh-speed fuel pumps and clean restroomfacilities. Rick and I took a three-milewalk around the small and sleepy commuter town that was filled with newVictorian-style homes that were rebuiltafter Hurricane Sandy. Dinner thatevening was delicious at the onsite marinarestaurant, Waypoint 622. Rick enjoyedthe house specialty, pork chops with clamsand sausage in a tomato broth.

LOG DAY 5 — We were met by four- to -six foot swells and heavy fog during our departure from Hoffman’s Marina. It took about four hours to go 44 nautical miles to reach the New YorkHarbor. But once we went under the Verrazano Bridge and were in sight of the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattanskyline, pride and patriotism filled us andall thoughts of the rough crossing wereforgotten. Also, standing majestically inthe overcast sky was the new World TradeTower. We continued up the HudsonRiver to see Manhattan Island by waterbefore turning back and arriving at Liberty Landing Marina in Jersey City,N.J. It was the perfect location to catchthe ferry to Manhattan. After a pleasantstroll viewing all the sites, Rick and Idined in the Financial District at Del-monico Restaurant, known for its powerdinners for Wall Street’s elite.

LOG DAY 6 — Waking up and seeing New York City through the windshield of Artemis was quite a sight totake in. We headed up the East Riverpassing all the major tourist sites of Manhattan on our port side and Brooklynon our starboard side. With only an occasional tugboat and barge, the channelwas clear for cruising. Artemis cruised

steadily to Oyster Bay on the Long IslandSound. The scenery changed dramaticallyfrom cityscape to forested regal mansionestates. We were now entering “GreatGatsby” country.

Oyster Bay Marine Center was exactlywhat East Coast boating should be. Beautiful classic sailing vessels dotted thebay. We docked Artemis next to the famousketch Knickerbocker, a 117-foot luxuryyacht named after the owners of the NBAKnicks. To our starboard we had a 57-foot

commuter yacht Vendetta, which has beenfeatured in several yachting magazines, asthe reincarnation of the Vanderbilt, Whitney and Pulitzer families mode ofcommuting to lower Manhattan in the1920s and ’30s. Oh, but I failed to give you a hint, its owner is the “Piano Man.”

We took a dingy ride around OysterBay to take in the beautiful landscape and

manicured estates before walking a quickquarter mile into a darling seaport village.We ate dinner at a local favorite, Jack Halyards Tavern, that offered a delicioussushi bar with live music.

Tomorrow we depart for Sag Harborand then on to Block Island for the weekend. Look for us on the waterways aswe cruise toward Maine this summer! ml

once we went under the Verrazano Bridge and were in sight of the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan skyline,

pride and patriotism filled us and all thoughts of the rough crossing were forgotten.

The Antles pass by Ellis Island. The island admitted nearly 12 million immigrants into America before shutting its doors in 1954.

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NARROW, 32-mILE-LONG LAkE GEORGE is nicknamed the Queen of theAmerican Lakes. It is surrounded by the Adirondack mountains, which amounts tosome of the most stunning scenery on the East Coast. Its pristine waters and untouchedwilderness are also steeped in American history. Fort William Henry, built by the British,sits on its southern end, and Fort Ticonderoga, constructed by the French, is to the north.The name Deer Leap, a popular destination near the central part of the lake, will be familiar to those who know James Fenimore Cooper’s novel “The Last of the mochicans.”

The Village of Lake George, on the southern shore, is where the lake is at its widestand is full of hotels, shops and restaurants. It is a great place for a stroll with an ice cream cone on summer evenings. The Lake George Steamboat Company is based hereand offers tours of the spectacular lake.

Traveling north along the western side of the lake, civilization thins out and naturebegins to take over. The best way to explore the many islands and beautiful miles ofshoreline is on a boat of your own.

Boating on Lake George is always exciting, and there are plenty of marinas andrentals available. Snug Harbor marina has properties in two locations — Silver Bay andTiconderoga. They offer boat repairs, boat rentals and sales and winter storage. Chic’smarina has watersport rentals, and FR Smith & Sons marina offers boat rentals, too.

The Villages offers a host of events during the summer months. Don’t miss events including king George Fishing Derby ( July 10-12), Lake George music Festival (August 17-27), Lake George Restaurant Week (September 13-19) and, of course, the Adirondack Balloon Festival (September 18-20). If you are in the area during the month of July, there are fireworks every Thursday night!

One visit to Lake George can lead to a lifetime of discovery. It will soon become obviousthat its nickname is an understatement. People have been returning to the area to enjoy itssplendor for generations. A weekend’s stay can easily turn into a lifetime of pleasure! ml

Queen of theamerican lakes BY R ICHARD

T IMBERLAKE

DESTINATION > LAKE GEORGE, NEW YORK

Richard Timberlake of TimberlakePhotosresides in Lake George and enjoys writing about the Adirondack regions.

WHERE TO DINE

Bistro LeRoux 668 NY 149, bistroleroux.comThis French-inspired bistro offers anarray of seasonal favorites includingseared salmon and butter poached lobster risotto.

The Algonquin Restaurant 4770 lake Shore Dr., thealgonquin.comLocated right on the waterfront, thisrestaurant serves fresh seafood and hasbeen a local favorite for over 60 years.

Adirondack Brewery and Pub33 Canada St., adkpub.com Offering a wide assortment of localAdirondack Ale including seasonal favorites Rock the Boat Ale, Black Watch IPA and HeadwaterHefe Beer.

WHERE TO DOCK

Snug Harbor Marina 92 Black Point Rd. snugharbormarinainc.comThe largest full-service marina on Lake George, offering rentals, serviceand storage at two locations.

Chic’s Marina 4782 Lake Shore Dr., chicsmarina.comOpen for over 50 years on LakeGeorge, it offers wave runner rentals,fishing charters and parasail rides.

Located at the southeastern base of the AdirondackMountains, Lake George was a favorite summer vacationspot for the elite families of the Northeast during the late19th and early 20th centuries. These families includedthe Roosevelts, the Vanderbilts, and the Rockefellers.

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Irvington, Va.Sited on the banks of Carter Creek where it flows into the RappahannockRiver, Irvington boasts deep, protected waters and a quaint Colonial ambiance.The village once thrived as a stop forsteamboats carrying goods and travelersacross southern Chesapeake Bay, which iswhy The Steamboat Era Museum here isso popular today. For more history, head toChrist Church (finished in 1735), whereyou can tour one of the nation’s finest examples of Georgian architecture. Hit the farmers’ market for fresh seafood, meat and vegetables or visit one of thevineyards in the area. Dock at The TidesInn Marina (804-438-5000).

St. Michaels, Md.Chesapeake Bay possesses a seeminglyendless array of temptations for boaters,yet St. Michaels remains a perennial favorite for its sheer beauty and well-roundedness. Yes, it has picturesquestreets lined with vintage homesleading to a gorgeous harbor. Yes, ishas charming storefronts, trendy retailersand fine art galleries. Yes, it has spas andretreats for pampering and relaxation. Yes, it has fine dining from waterfront crabhouses to gourmet brasseries. And yes, it even has the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum and the St. MichaelsMuseum on St. Mary’s Square. What’snot to love? Dock at St. Michaels Marina (410-745-2400) or at the Chesapeake BayMaritime Museum (410-745-4946), a members-only marina.

Cape May, N.J.The entire city of Cape May is designateda National Historic Landmark due to itsunprecedented concentration of Victorianbuildings. It’s also called the nation’s oldest seashore resort and has all the trappings to back it up, including atwo-mile boardwalk paralleling the beach with arcades, seafood joints andshopping galore. Cape May makes a greatbase for outdoor fun — bird-watching,boat tours, dolphin cruises, kayaking andcanoeing — and the Naval Air StationWildwood Aviation Museum is just

a short cab ride away. Dock at South Jersey Marina (609-884-2400) or CanyonClub Resort Marina (609-884-0188).

Greenport, N.Y.This village at the eastern end of Long Island’s North Fork is modest and casualwith the look and feel of an authenticwhaling town. Vessels of all sizes aremoored in the deep-water harbor, seagullssoar overhead, and, occasionally, there’s awhiff of fried clams on the air. From thewaterfront, you can walk to restaurants,shops and even a vintage carousel. Visitthe East End Seaport Museum & MarineFoundation and the famous S.T. Prestonand Son Chandlery for some nautical seasoning. Dock at Mitchell Park Marina

(631-477-2200) or Brewer Yacht Yard at Greenport (631-593-3000).

Mystic, Conn.Well known as an old shipbuilding town,Mystic is also home to some of the finestmodern marine facilities on Long IslandSound. There’s plenty to do, particularlyfor those cruising with kids. The watersidestreets are lined with shops, galleries andrestaurants, and there’s also a planetariumand children’s museum. No trip here iscomplete without a tour of Mystic Seaport, the nation’s leading maritimemuseum or the Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration. Dock at Mystic Shipyard (860-536-6588), BrewerYacht Yard at Mystic (860-536-2293) orSeaport Marine (860-536-9681).

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Aquinnah Beach in Martha’s Vineyard.

Greenport, N.Y.

Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.The Vineyard, as locals call it, is the bigger,more outgoing sister of Nantucket. The island is closer to Cape Cod, making it a more convenient, and is adorned withpicturebook beaches, elegant inns, and upscale dining and shopping, which drawcelebrities and serious vacationers alike.Brightly painted gingerbread cottages linethe streets of Oak Bluffs (also the home of the Flying Horses, the oldest workingcarousel in the U.S.). Visit AquinnahBeach to see the famous color-streakedcliffs there. Dock at Oak Bluffs Marina(508-693-4355), Vineyard Haven Marina(508-693-0720) or Edgartown TownDocks (508-627-4746).

Nantucket, Mass.The world’s former top whaling port isnow a remote summer vacation spot witha serene seaside look and feel. Restaurantsand boutique stores line the streets ofNantucket Town, where you will also find the majority of dining and nightlifeoptions, and the Museum of NantucketHistory includes exhibits on the history of the island. Beachcombing, swimming,surfing and fishing are all glorious ways to spend a day, or a week, here. Bring yourbike, too, as that is the best way to getaround the 50-square-mile island. Dock atNantucket Boat Basin (508-325-1350).

Boston, Mass.Boston is one of the oldest cities in theU.S. and has an amazingly rich history and culture. You can still visit where manyof the crucial events of the American Revolution occurred along the FreedomTrail, which is marked by a red line ofbricks embedded in the ground. The InnerHarbor is home to the USS Constitutionat the Charlestown Navy Yard as well as the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museumat Fort Point Channel. It also offers the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area and numerous waterfrontrestaurants. Dock at The Boston YachtHaven (617-367-5050), Constitution Marina (617-241-9640) or Marina Bay(617-847-1800).

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Camden, MaineIt’s the Maine coast as it was meant to be. Lobster boats and schooners ply theharbor in front of a charming downtownstudded with locally owned shops, galleries, seafood eateries and cafes —there’s even a beautiful public library righton the waterfront. Take a day-trip to theoutlying islands and their 18 lighthouses,or head inland and experience CamdenHills State Park, a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts featuring 30 miles of scenichiking and mountain biking trails, breath-taking views of the surrounding hills andlakes and well-maintained campgrounds.Dock at Wayfarer Marine (207-236-4378).

Put-in-Bay, OhioDotted with historic homes and featuringthe nation’s third-tallest monument, the352-foot Doric column Perry’s Victory

and International Peace Memorial, thisvillage on South Bass Island is Americanaat its best. It ranks in the top five confectionary destinations in the state, and its largest souvenir shop reportedlyhas 1,000 items with the town’s name onit. Enjoy winery tours, park tours, cavetours and home tours via rented golf cart,or spend your days kayaking, parasailing,fishing, biking, hiking or golfing. It’s thequintessential choose-your-own-adventurefamily vacation spot. Dock at Miller Marina (419-285-5902) or The Crew’sNest (419-285-3625).

Manitoulin Island, OntarioThe world’s largest freshwater island,Manitoulin in northern Lake Huron hasbeen called “a place of convergence”. Indeed, history, culture and natural beauty

merge in the two-dozen settlementsspread across its 1,000 square miles of boreal forest, bluffs and meadows. The Holy Cross Mission and Ruins inWikemikong commemorates early Jesuit visits to the island, which beganaround 1648. Sheguiandah holds a prehistoric quarry that has yielded stonetools and arrowheads dating back 9,000 years. Gore Bay, one of the largercommunities, offers modern amenitiessuch as shopping, restaurants and facilitiesfor tennis and golf. Dock at Spider BayMarina in Little Current (705-368-3148).

Chicago, Ill.With its megawatt downtown and world-famous attractions, it’s not surprising to see the Windy City listedhere. Navy Pier, once a shipping and military training facility, is now a major

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tourist draw with 50 acres of promenades,shops, eateries and amusements. ShorelineSightseeing operates nine touring boatsand 11 water taxis that offer guided skyline tours, fireworks cruises, and specialevents such as Brew Cruises and WineTasting Cruises. Then, of course, there’sMichigan Avenue, Shedd Aquarium, Millennial Park, the Field Museum ofNatural History and much more. Dock at DuSable Harbor (312-742-3577),

Burnham Harbor (312-747-7009) or 31st Street Harbor (312-225-6464).

San Juan Islands, Wash.The hundreds of islands breaching thesparkling blue waters here are everythingyou’ve heard — rugged, wild and richlyfertile in scenery. May through Septemberis the ideal time to visit, when the weatheris mild and the whales (orcas, mainly) areon the move. You can take advantage of

the many lovely resorts and lodges, the attractions of the charming seaside towns,or simply find your way to remote anchorages and deserted bays. Dock atPort of Friday Harbor on San Juan Island(360-378-2688) or Deer Harbor Marinaon Orcas Island (360-376-3037). ml

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While navigating the mouth of the mightyMerrimack River can be challenging, finding sustenance inside the river isn’t.After docking, boaters can walk just nextdoor to Michael’s Harborside, a livelyrestaurant and bar overlooking the river.

Michael’s specializes in seafood, including sushi, fish and lobster, but also offers pasta, steak, chicken, salads,sandwiches and vegetarian dishes. It alsohas raw-bar items and creative apps such

as sunflower scallops, truffled tots andcrispy fried pickles. Dine inside or outsidewhile you watch the boats cruise past.

Hilton’s Marina can accommodate vessels up to 100 feet and offers showerand restroom facilities, fuel, WiFi, ice delivery to boats along with a maintenancefacility and secured docks. The marina alsooffers 15% off food purchases at Michael’sHarborside as a Cruising Club Member!

Finz, Salem

The historic port of Salem is best knownfor witches, but it’s also packed with

restaurants, among them the boater-friendly Finz Seafood & Grill. OwnerGeorge Carey launched Finz in 2001 at its current location on Pickering Wharf, inthe heart of the Salem waterfront, and has kept the place fresh and popular overthe years.

The dining focus is squarely on seafood,although Finz also serves some deliciousmeat, chicken and vegetarian dishes. Theatmosphere is upscale yet not too fancy,with tasteful artwork and big windows affording views of the water. Outside tablesare also available, or you can dine at the bar.

Bay State Dock-and-Dine!STORY & PHOTOS BY TOM R ICHARDSON

Nothing “whets” an appetite quite like time on the water, and if you happen to be cruising, sailing or fishing along the coast

of Massachusetts, we’ve got your fix in the form of these nine terrific dock-and-dine restaurants. Bon appetite!

Summer Shanty in West Dennis

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Finz serves an amazing variety ofdishes, including fried oysters, fish tacos,burgers, pan-seared scallops, gourmethamburgers and crispy haddock burritos— all of it delicious. The bartenders alsomake some great cocktails and maintainan extensive wine list, keeping the placehopping after hours.

When arriving by boat, make your way into the channel behind Derby Wharf to Pickering Wharf Marina. Head down the channel leading to theSouth River and look for an open spacealong the floating docks to starboard infront of the restaurant. Hail PickeringWharf Marina (VHF 9) to see about tie-up space and hourly rates. Another option is to grab a mooring in the harborand catch a ride to the restaurant via theSalem Water Taxi (978-745-6070). Thiswill give you more time to explore Salem

after or before you eat. Another option is docking at Brewer Hawthorne CoveMarina, less than a 1⁄2 mile walk to Finz,offering 110 slips for vessels up to 65 feet.

Barking Crab, Boston

Although Boston offers a taste of urban boating at its best, dock-and-dinerestaurants are hard to come by. One exception is the Barking Crab, tuckedaway on the Fort Point Channel in South Boston and adjacent to the FederalCourthouse (where Whitey Bolger was recently tried). This popular “seafoodshack,” now in its 21st year of operation,offers open-air dining on picnic tables beneath a tent, as well as limited indoorseating. It’s a fun, loud, kid-friendly place— and the food is good, too.

The menu features pan-seared scallops,grilled yellowfin tuna, mahi and swordfish,

lobster, baked haddock, snow crab legs,fried clams and other seafood favorites.Non-fish eaters can choose from a rangeof sandwiches, soups and salads. The bar features a host of local micro-brewsand wines.

There is one caveat to dining at “The Crab”: The dock is only accessible to vessels that can clear the Northern Avenue bridge (vertical clearance 7 feetMHW) so be careful of the tide or youmight end up staying for longer than you planned. Also, dock space is limited,so calling ahead is a good idea, especially on weekends. For transient dockage stop at Boston Yacht Haven located less than a mile north on Boston’s historic Commercial Wharf or at Constitution Marina located right on the Freedom Trail.

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Waterclub, Quincy

Just south of Boston, but still part of BostonHarbor, is the historic city of Quincy, hometo Marina Bay on Boston Harbor — the largest marina in the Northeast. The complex features a half-dozen eateries,among them Waterclub, overlooking the docks at Marina Bay and affording excellent views of the Boston skyline and the sunset. The restaurant serves allmanner of appetizers, sandwiches, fishtacos, burgers and the like as well as a wide selection of mixed drinks.

As its name implies, the Waterclub is a loud and lively place, especially on

summer evenings. It features an indoorand outdoor nightclub with dancing andlive entertainment. Large-screen TVs onthe patio bar make this a great place tocatch the game or watch the boats coming and going from the marina.

Marina Bay on Boston Harbor offers10 cents off per gallon of fuel to CruisingClub Members.

Trader Ed’s, Hyannis

Hyannis needs no introduction amongcruisers, and neither does this popular waterfront restaurant and bar at HyannisMarina (to port as you enter the innerharbor). The lively Trader Ed’s rocks insummer, when it features live music andindoor and outdoor seating on the waterand by the pool (a special pass is requiredto use the pool).

The restaurant’s appetizers include raw-bar items, crab cakes, coconut shrimp, chili wings, salads and stuffed quahogs, while entrees include swordfish,blackened mahi and steak tips. On the

lighter side, there are sandwiches, burgers, lobster rolls and fried fish andgrilled cheese.

Short-term dockage can usually bearranged through Hyannis Marina. Another option is to anchor in Lewis Bayand dinghy to the marina.

Summer Shanty, West Dennis

Boaters cruising through Nantucket Soundare well advised to take time out to explorethe scenic Bass River, which separates thetowns of West Dennis and Yarmouth.Along the way, be sure to grab a bite orslake your thirst at the Summer Shanty, atBass River Marina. True to its name, theShanty is the quintessential, laidbackdock-and-dine spot — the type of placethat has become rare in New England.

The restaurant offers free dockage,space permitting, and both indoor andoutdoor seating on the patio and the covered porch overlooking the marinadocks on the beautiful Bass River, just a

An excellent view of the Bostonskyline awaits Waterclub diners.

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few miles from Nantucket Sound. You can also relax with a cocktail or appetizerin the Adirondack chairs arranged on thefront lawn — a popular sunset hangout.

The atmosphere is mellow and casual,with soft reggae music playing in thebackground. Live entertainment is thenorm on weekend nights. The food is excellent, too, and includes lobster rolls,fish-and-chips, burgers, tuna salad sandwiches, stuffed quahogs and more.The salads are large and fresh, and theFrench fries are cooked to perfection. Entree prices range from $12 to $20;sandwiches are in the $10 range.

Note that the restaurant is located justnorth of the Rte. 28 fixed bridge, whichhas a clearance of 15 feet MHW.

Larsen’s Fish Market, Menemsha

Fans of idyllic Menemsha Harbor onMartha’s Vineyard are no doubt familiarwith Larsen’s Fish Market. Yes, this long-established enterprise sells fresh-off-the-boat fish and shellfish, but Larsen’salso serves lobster rolls, boiled lobster,steamed clams and mussels, stuffed quahogs, chowder and raw-bar items, allof which can be enjoyed outside on picnictables overlooking the harbor and its small fleet of working vessels. It’s a simple, laidback, authentic place — just like Menemsha itself.

Boaters can usually find space alongthe bulkhead, in one of the town-managedtransient slips, or on a mooring, but check in with the harbormaster first (508-645-2846). Another option is to anchor in Vineyard Sound, dinghy to the beach and walk the short distance toLarsen’s. No matter how you get there, it’sworth the effort. In fact, you might fall inlove with Menemsha and never leave.

The Chart Room, Cataumet

First opened in 1966 and occupying a former Jersey Central railroad barge, theChart Room is a Buzzards Bay boating institution on Red Brook Harbor inCataumet. Located at Kingman YachtCenter, the Chart Room is a busy placewith long waits the norm, especially onweekends. However, most patrons don’tseem to mind, as it affords them ampletime to enjoy a cocktail outside and soakin the sunset behind Bassetts Island. The restaurant serves a wide range of appetizers, seafood, steaks, sandwiches and entrees, but the broiled swordfish is a house specialty.

Tie up along the facing docks at Kingman, if space is available. If there’s noroom, hail the KYC staff on VHF 71 andthey can usually find a spot for you on thefuel dock, in an open slip or on a mooring.From a mooring you can either dinghy tothe KYC dinghy dock or hop on the launch.

The Back Eddy, Westport

For boaters on the southeast coast of Massachusetts, a trip to the Back Eddy onthe Westport River is a real treat. Openedin 1999 by celebrated Boston chef ChrisSchlesinger, this open, airy restaurant servesmid-upscale cuisine featuring entrees suchas wood-grilled Japanese-style ahi tuna,wood-grilled swordfish, fried clams, oven-roasted cod loin, lobster rigatoni and friedNew Bedford sea scallops. Interesting appsinclude the roasted corn and clam chowder,the Back Eddy signature stuffed clams,native steamers, smoked Maine mussels“from hell,” and hand-picked lobster sliders. For sides, you can’t go wrong withthe honkey fries and Eddy slaw.

Be forewarned that the Back Eddy is abusy place in summer, but you can hang outon the restaurant’s pier and enjoy a beer,glass of wine or cocktail from the outdoorbar while you wait for a table. The sunsetsfrom this vantage point are spectacular.

Dockage at the Eddy is limited, butboats up to 25 feet or so can tuck in at theend of the pier. Call the restaurant aheadof time to see about available dock space.For overnight dockage stop at F.L. Tripp& Sons, just west of The Back Eddy onthe Westport River. ml

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The grilled salmon over risotto is a Finz favorite. Larsen’s Fish Market is known for its fresh-off-the-boat fish.

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IN THE PAST couple of years popular culture has given The Hamptons a bad rap. What could be worse than being the setting for the TV shows The Real Housewives of New York City and the Kardashian’s Kourtney and Khloe Take The Hamptons? This summer take yourboat and find out what the real Hamptonsare all about.

The Hamptons lie along the SouthFork of the eastern end of Long Island,New York between Montauk Point andthe Moriches, and are comprised of twodozen villages and hamlets. The most well-known destinations of this seaside resortare Montauk, East Hampton, Sag Harbor,Southampton, Shinnecock Hills, Quogueand Westhampton. Of course, there is a

Northampton as well, and it all can be abit confusing to the first time visitor sinceWesthampton and Northampton arelegally part of the Town of Southampton.A good cruising guide and spare batteriesfor your handheld GPS are a must.

Long before Andy Warhol, Paul McCartney, Jerry Seinfeld, Christie Brinkley, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kurt Vonnegut and Truman Capote boughthomes in The Hamptons, it was the Shinnecock and Montaukett Indian tribesthat lived there. When the Long IslandRail Road made its way 90 miles east ofNew York City to Bridgehampton in1870, well-to-do Manhattanites gave upthe summer heat of the city for the coolbreezes on the Atlantic Ocean beaches.

THE HAMPTONS, the Original Summer ColonyBY CAPT. JEFF WERNER

DESTINATION > THE HAMPTONS

What to Do Summer EventsOther than visiting the MontaukPoint lighthouse, it’s all about relaxingon the beautiful Atlantic beaches.Don’t forget to pack your beach umbrella, flip flops and a good summer read and head to Cooper’sBeach in Southampton, PonquogueBeach in Hampton Bays (Shinnecock)or Main Beach in East Hampton.

While your summer plans are starting to take shape make sure toadd a few of these events to yourbucket list.

• • The Surf Lodge Concert Seriesruns every weekend throughout thesummer. Sip on your favorite cocktailwhile listening to the soothing beats of top indie music artists that flock toMontauk.

• • Hamptons Film Festival compiles a collection of documentaries, shorts,narrative for any inner filmmaker. Stop by Guild Hall during the weekends in the summer to catch aflick and, of course, to meet Alec Baldwin (hosting the summer series).Check out hamptonsfilmfest.org for more details.

Alec Baldwin hosts screenings of independentfilms all summer leading up to the InternationalFilm Festival in October. The festival brings outsome of the biggest directors and actors including(from left) David Nugent, Oren Moverman andRichard Gere.

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WHERE TO DOCK

Gardiner’s Marina

(35 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Rd.,

gardinersmarina.com). Located in

the protected and scenic Three Mile

Harbor accommodates vessels up

to 105 feet in length. The onsite

clubhouse has restrooms, showers,

ice and a relaxing lounge.

Halsey’s Marina (13 Three Mile Harbor

Hog Creek Rd., halseysmarina.com).

This 41 slip marina can accommodate

vessels up to 105 feet and offers marina

guest water, electric, cable TV at each

slip, located in East Hampton.

Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina

(32 Star Island Rd., montaukyachtclub.com).

This marina, located at the north end of

Lake Montauk is a perennial favorite for

cruisers, mega yacht owners and sport

fishermen.

Sag Harbor Yacht Club (27 Bay St.,

sagharboryc.com). Founded in 1899 this

yacht club has the perfect location on

Sag Harbor Bay within the safety of two

long breakwaters. The marina is a five

minute walk from Main Street and all

Sag Harbor has to offer.

WHERE TO DINE

1770 House Restaurant in East

Hampton (143 Main St., 1770house.com).

Just steps away from the heart of

East Hampton Village, the restaurant

is located at an inn that dates back

to 1663. The chef offers refined

contemporary American cooking.

Il Capuccino Ristorante in Sag Harbor

(30 Madison St., ilcaps.com). Old school

Italian fare with chianti bottles in straw

baskets hanging from the ceiling. A

cozy atmosphere with food that never

disappoints. Don’t forget to try the gar-

lic knots!

Inlet Seafood Restaurant in Montauk

(541 East Lake Dr., inletseafood.com). A

popular local seafood restaurant with

an Asian touch to the menu. Situated

right on the inlet to Lake Montauk,

a perfect spot to watch the comings

and goings of yachts and the Block

Island Ferry.

Silver’s Restaurant (15 Main St.,

silversrestaurant.com). Serving only

lunch, this European Bistro offers

sandwiches, soups and salad in

downtown Southampton.

WHERE TO GRAB A DRINK

Hampton Coffee Company

in Westhampton, Southampton and

on wheels (hamptoncoffeecompany.com).

After a long night out in the Hamptons,

recharge with the best roasts in town.

Murph’s Backstreet Tavern

in Sag Harbor (64 Division St.,

murfstavern.com). Giving off the

“dive bar” feel, this local hotspot

offers a low key night of fun with

their dart boards, ring toss, jukebox

and affordable drink prices.

Rowdy Hall in East Hampton

(10 Main St., rowdyhall.com). With an

array of beers on tap – you can’t go

wrong with a little happy hour after

a long day at the beach.

The Sloppy Tuna in Montauk (148 S.

Emerson Ave., thesloppytuna.com).

Offering some of the best cocktails

in town including the Sloppy Poppy,

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GETTING THERE BY BOATAll the harbors, anchorages and marinas

for The Hamptons are most easily

accessed by cruising between the North

Fork and the South Fork that make up

the Fishtail at the eastern tip of Long

Island. Whether entering the Fishtail

from Long Island Sound or Block Island

Sound, spend some time planning your

cruise by reviewing the charts of Lake

Montauk, Gardiners Bay, Three Mile

Harbor, Sag Harbor Bay, Little and

Great Peconic Bays, Shinnecock Bay

and the Shinnecock Canal.

It is possible to enter the Fishtail

through Shinnecock Inlet from the

Atlantic Ocean, however, the U.S. Coast

Pilot advises “the inlet should not be

attempted without local knowledge

because of the frequent changes in

channel depth” and “tidal currents

through the inlet can be dangerous;

caution is advised.”

Main Street in Southampton hassome of the best boutiques andhigh-end retailers in The Hamptons.

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KNOW WHERE. KNOW WHEN. KNOW HOW.With all the sophisticated systems and equipment onboard today, your boat can require 150 or more service and inspection tasks each year to maintain warranty coverage and ensure proper operation—a perplexing challenge. VesselVanguard tracks, presents and manages all of your boat’s maintenance requirements online and in our new iPad app, with innovative features like interactive deck maps. Learn more and subscribe today at vesselvanguard.com.

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Suntex Marinas specializes in developing properties at premierdestinations, which on the surface may appear to be no differentthan any other marina. However, at the heart of Suntex, the company’s mission is to revolutionize the experience for all boating enthusiasts. its current portfolio includes 23 full-servicemarinas and is steadily growing. The tools and principles thatrank Suntex Marinas among the best in the industry include: superior customer service, experienced managers and staff, conscious contributions to the community, and a general enthusiasm for creating memorable experiences on the water.

Breaking Down Barriers

Most people walking the docks or stopping into the marinestores are those hoping to enjoy the tranquility of time on theirboat. Suntex Marinas wants everyone to be able to enjoy theboating lifestyle, so they developed the Suntex Boat Club. For those who are not quite ready for boat ownership, this members-only club offers a hassle-free introduction to the boatinglifestyle. Suntex Boat Club offers their members access to a fleetof top-of-the line pontoons, ski boats, and wakeboard boats, aswell as complimentary use of their tubes, skis, and wakeboards.

Revitalization of Marina Store Facilities

For boaters requiring supplies, going to a marina for parts that already carry a premium cost is usually seen as a last resort option.However, through strong partnerships with vendors, every SuntexMarina’s store carries the same products available at the same pricing as non-marina stores and catalogs. if a product is not carried, the knowledgeable team will order it to be delivered usuallywithin 24 hours depending on the location and shipping is free.

Cutting-Edge Technology

Through the implementation of the latest software, the Suntexstaff is able to focus completely on customer satisfaction. emphasizing an understanding of the needs of its clientele, Suntex is continually evolving. its new software captures detailsabout each purchase so that professional staff can streamlinetheir service for the best possible experience.

Developing Community

The Suntex team is dedicated to the guiding principles of whatthey refer to as “Conscious Capitalism”. The company places itsfocus on all stakeholders – from guests, team members, serviceproviders, the environment and the communities they belong to- not just shareholders. By developing the community in which it operates, Suntex has found rapid, yet sustainable growth.

“We embrace and support some amazing community programs,”said Chris Petty, president, Suntex Marinas. “For example, theFolds of Honor Foundation (foldsofhonor.org) is our primarybeneficiary. We began our nationwide campaign with Folds ofHonor in 2012 on 4th of July weekend, which has become theannual kick-off weekend for Patriot Boating days. The initiativeencourages marinas, manufacturers, boat dealers, retailers andanyone participating in boating to make charitable contributionsto the foundation during the month of July.” ml

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St. Augustine, Fla. It was a cold December and January as wemade our way south through the Carolinasand Georgia, but arrival in St. Augustinefinally gave us a day warm enough to siton the front of the boat and enjoy the sunnyafternoon at Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor.Sophie and Bailey particularly enjoyed it,given the fact we had trimmed their coatsfor warmer weather before leaving

Southport, N.C.The Carolina coasts are famous for quaint seaside villages, rich in history and proudlypreserved, local merchants welcome cruisingboaters to stop and stay for a while. We didjust that in the picturesque town of Southport,N.C. Located at the mouth of the Cape FearRiver, Southport is a great base to use whilevisiting other nearby communities such asBaldhead Island and Wrightsville Beach.Abbi and John at Southport Marina made us feel right at home. A short walk from themarina brings you to an eclectic collection ofshops and restaurants around the old harborand fishing village. A slightly longer walk takesyou to the wide assortment of merchants inthe beautifully preserved downtown area. One of the town’s greatest treasures is its collection of well-cared-for historic homes. 

Since Sophie and Bailey made their first appearance on the cover of Marinalife’s Summer 2014 issue, several members have wanted to know a little more about them. We talked their owners, Bob & Dori Arrington,

into letting us follow them on their winter adventure. These two PortugueseWater Dogs are no strangers to sea travel, having spent their entire lives travelingon Bob & Dori’s boat, Liberdade, their 54-foot Ocean Alexander Trawler. So hop on board with Sophie and Bailey as they head south to their favoriteports on Liberdade, which by the way means “Freedom” in Portuguese!

Life AboardBY BOB ARR INGTON | PHOTOS BY DORI ARR INGTON

with Sophie & Bailey

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Marco Island, Fla. Traveling on the boat each day makes it difficult for Sophie and Bailey to getenough exercise. Being members of theworking dog group, retrieval was one of the Portuguese Water Dog’s primaryjobs on commercial fishing boats. There was a nice beach next to theMarco Island Marina where they could swim out and bring a toy back to us. I guess it also didn’t hurt theyknew a small treat was waiting forthem if they brought the toy back. ml

Boca Grande Key, Fla. Many think of Key West as the end of the Florida Keys, but the Keys continue for another 60 miles with 25 more Island Keys to visit. It’s just that none of these are permanently inhabited. Boca Grande Key, approximately 12 miles west of Key West certainly has plenty of inhabitants on warm sunny weekend days. This is a favorite destination for boaters out of Key West. With warm shallow water and a protectedbeach, it’s a great place to anchor the boat and enjoy a picnic. 

Vero Beach, Fla. Vero Beach was one of our favorite stops. We were welcomed into asmall group of cruisers that use Vero as their base for the winter. Manycoming from as far away as Canada. We are already making plans to stopat Vero Beach City Marina next year to reconnect. Sophie and Baileymade friends with Brandi, a 3-year-old Portuguese Water Dog that tookthem to her favorite beach for a romp in the waves. Vero Beach hasearned its reputation as “Velcro Beach” because of how easy it is to getstuck there. With a great main street shopping district, beautiful boardwalk and beach it’s hard not to want to just stay for a while.

To view this article online, visitmarinalife.com/SophieBailey

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Great Lobster FestivalSTORY AND PHOTOS BY PETER M . SPOONER AND PAUL KETCHUM

MAINE’S

Asundergraduates at one of Maine’s finest universities, we shared an appreciation for the beauty of that state’s coasts and a tolerant understandingof the oft-repeated claim that lobsters from those pristine waters were

the best of the best, with meat that was sweetly succulent, tasted of the ocean and wasunmatched anywhere. The merits of this Great Maine Lobster Hypothesis came upagain last summer at a landmark reunion, leading to the idea that a re-examination of thehypothesis might be a savvy excuse for some late summer cruising and a chance to catchup on what had been learned on and off the water in the decades since our graduation.Since both of us had recently exited full-time careers, a cruise to the Grand RocklandLobster Festival, one of Fodor Travel ’s top 10 summer food events, quickly emerged asthe best idea for the reunion.

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We were regular boat mates in our earlier days, and both of us had soloed“wet” long before legal highway driving —Paul is from Woods Hole and Peter isfrom Newport. So with a bit of rust andpartial recall of semi-competence, weagreed to meet on Mount Desert Islandfor the 45ish-nautical mile run acrossdeep, azure, largely calm waters to the lobster festival in Rockland aboard Paul’s38-foot Sabre Bald Eagle.

Mount Desert is quintessential DownEast Maine, a popular summer destinationwith spectacular outdoor activities —think Acadia National Park — as well asresorts, restaurants, golf, and shopping. It hosts a sizeable year-round population,with facilities such as the renowned Jackson Research Labs and College of the Atlantic, not to mention the many skilled craftsmen creating masterworks

from the likes of Hinckley and Morris. Following the short drive from Portland,we provisioned at the lovely village closeto laid-back Northeast Municipal Marinabefore partaking in a proper night’s culinary send-off at Asticou Inn.

The next morning we departed earlyinto lingering fog, heading out toward thepopular Western Way and the fields oflobster pots and floats that demand slowand careful navigation. A bow spotter and perhaps shaft cutters are helpful in this

situation, but if you catch a line be sure tore-tie it: Lobster pots are how they make a living here. Our route through Casco Passage and the string of more than 60 islands that mark Merchant Row was simply beautiful. After that it was easymotoring across Penobscot Bay to a mooring in North Haven’s protected Pulpit Harbor.

It was a full day’s run, but thanks to achance encounter with Eileen, a cruisingfriend who’d charmed a kayak’s load of

Top: Paul ketchum (left) and Peter M. Spooner (right)

Above: Over 125 million pounds of lobster werecaught in Maine in 2013.

Over 30,000 people attendthe Maine Lobster Festivaleach year.

A lobsterman’s day usually startsat 4:30 a.m. and goes until dark.

Before it was known as the lobster capital of the world, Rockland was known for its shipbuilding and lime production.

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little “chicken” lobsters from a passing lobsterman and then graciously cookedthem up for both our well-worn crews,life got seriously better. It was a great first taste of the journey’s prey, perfectlycoupled with a California white wine and a beautiful sunset.

The next day we were off from PulpitRock to Rockland. We made fast at a reserved-well-in-advance berth at Journey’s End Marina (207-594-4444,journeysendmarina.com), a welcoming,comprehensive facility that’s a frequentbase for CCA cruisers and New YorkYacht Clubbers alike and an ideal home

from which to enjoy the lobster festival. Unfortunately our arrival coincided

with a warm rain, so rather than catch the crowning of that year’s festival SeaGoddess, we found a patisserie for coffeeand sweets and then visited the wonderfulWyeth and American Impressionist collections at the Farnsworth Art Museum. Afterward we took a quick tripthrough the historic Lighthouse Museum,then headed back to the marina for onboard libations and dinner.

The weather for the rest of our staywas, fortunately, bright and cheery. The festival is truly a communitywide,

all-volunteer enterprise that celebrates not just the mighty lobster but many ofthe state’s other treasures as well. Supportfrom corporate sponsors, vendors, andmodest admissions fees help maintain the town’s maritime facilities and manymunicipal, medical, and senior services.

For us, highlights included our rigoroussampling of various preparations of thecold-water critters; checking out the lobster cooking contest; and enjoying thewide range of musical events, from rock tocountry (Willie even made an appearancenot too long ago). Each morning there’s anall-you-can-eat pancake breakfast whilethe world’s largest lobster cookers are busypreparing lunch and dinner. More than20,000 pounds of “bugs,” brought in freshdaily, are steamed throughout the festival.Traditional accompaniments include cornand slaw, and the buttered rolls stuffedwith pure luscious claw meat were the bestwe could remember.

Between meals, there are carnival rides,5K & 10K races, a parade, and many artsand craft exhibitions. Without a doubt,the star attraction for pure fun was theGreat Lobster Crate Race, for which fearless youths race across a string of floating lobster crates until they hit one of the foot-tripping rope loops, fall intothe drink, and are pulled to safety by thewaiting skiff captains. A hoot!

The Rockland Festival is a lobster-lover’s fantasy, piles of fun wrapped in he welcoming spirit that pervades this close-knit community. It gets our vote as one of the best reasons for late-summerNew England cruising. The 2015 Festival is from July 29 to August 2, and a detailed agenda is posted at mainelobster festival.com. And oh, as forthe hypothesis: Confirmed! The lobsterwas as good as it ever gets. ml

The Lobster Crate Race consists of 50 crates filled with seaweed to help them float that are connectedto two docks. The object is to cross as many lobster crates as possible without falling into the Harbor.Last year, the record was set by a 7-year-old girl and a 9-year-old boy who both ran over 6,500 crates.

There were 78 floats in last year’s Big Parade at the Festival — an all-time record.

The Rockland Festival isa lobster-lover’s fantasy

To view this article online, visitmarinalife.com/lobsterfest

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Sharing the joy of the cruisinglifestyle with family and friends is extremely rewarding. It brings peoplecloser together and provides opportunitiesto learn new skills, enjoy nature, and havefun in a relaxed environment. And youdon’t need a second stateroom on yourboat to invite overnight guests to join you.

When my husband Peter and I weresearching for the perfect cruising vessel,

one of my criteria was to have a secondstateroom so that we could invite our children or friends to join us. As it turnedout, the boat we fell in love with did nothave a spare room. Peter convinced methat we wouldn’t need it, that it would seldom be used as sleeping quarters andwould most likely be the catchall space forspare boat parts and extraneous stuff. Afterone season of boating, I had no doubt he

was right. As of now, after nine years and20,000 miles of cruising, we have hadother people on board with us only fivetimes, and for short periods of no longerthan a week.

We discovered that a great way to handle overnight excursions when we invite family or friends is to find marinasnear hotels or bed and breakfasts. Peterand I sleep on board, and our guests

Pacific Northwest

Cruising to B&BSSTORY AND PHOTOS BY CATHIE TROGDON

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sleep ashore. Our guests are able to fullyparticipate in boating activities during the day and then in the evenings they canretire to comfortable accommodations.Often, a bonus is that Peter and I canenjoy some of the land amenities offeredto our guests such as pools and restaurants.

Our most memorable time cruisingwith guests was when our boat first arrivedin the Pacific Northwest. Peter and I were

excited to share our love for the cruisinglifestyle with his parents who, up to thistime, had been following our journeysfrom afar through our photos, stories, andtexts. Where better to make them part ofour adventure than in the beloved SanJuan/Canadian Gulf Islands where Peterspent many of his childhood summers.

Peter’s parents live on Orcas Island year-round, so that was our logical starting

point. For this cruise, we planned to spaceour stops so that we were underway nomore than three hours at a time, so wetracked down inns and dining venues thatcould accommodate this. We normallycreate a tentative itinerary, keeping theschedule flexible in case of weather challenges, but in this instance we needed to make reservations for overnightaccommodations well before knowing theweather. Our timing for this trip was afterLabor Day, so most summer vacationershad returned home, and we found thatmany of the hotels and inns would notcharge cancellation fees if we gave them24-hour notice. This meant that if weneeded to rearrange our schedule due to weather we would not be penalized.Fortunately the weather was perfect —spectacularly clear and calm sunny days.

Our first day we picked up Peter’s parents at Deer Harbor Marina andcruised to Poet’s Cove Marina, Resort and Spa in Bedwell Harbor on Pender inthe Canadian Gulf Islands. Not only is it a full-service resort community, but it isalso one of the locations of the Canadiancustoms office, which was ideal, since wehad to pass through customs to travel inthe Canadian Gulf Islands. We enjoyed a stunning sunset from the deck of the resort, followed by a great meal.

The next port of call was Salt SpringMarina on Salt Spring Island. We pickedthis marina because it is next door to the wonderful, British-style HastingsHouse inn, which has an award-winningrestaurant. Peter’s parents stayed the nightin one of their 18 suites, and the four of us dined in the restaurant. What fun for Peter and I to be able to enjoy the stunning views and beautiful gardens ofthis country house hotel set on the hill above the marina.

Our last stop was Roche Harbor on the north side of San Juan Island, wherewe passed through U.S. customs and re-entered U.S. waters. Roche Harbor ishome to one of the two major marinas on San Juan Island. The other is in FridayHarbor, the largest town in the San Juans.The two properties contrast greatly in atmosphere. Friday Harbor is a bustling

Top: Peter’s parents live on Orcas Island year-round.

Middle: Bee Weems has been the Trogdons’ boat for the past nine years and 20,000 miles of cruising!

Above: Roche Harbor is located on the north endof San Juan Island. It is home to many watersideeateries and local artisans’ booths in the summer.

The Hotel de Haro first opened itsdoors in 1886. Many of the rooms still

have furniture dating back to that time.

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port with car ferries, commercial boats andpleasure yachts. Roche Harbor, on theother hand, is reminiscent of days gone by,with a historic waterfront hotel and classicyachts in the stunning, naturally protectedharbor. It is busy with boat and seaplanetraffic yet relaxing and peaceful.

We reserved rooms for Peter’s folks inthe contemporary boutique hotel on thehill. Accommodations are also available in Hotel de Haro, the oldest continuallyoperating hotel in Washington State.There is no town along the shore of thisharbor, but a small grocery market andboth casual and formal restaurants areavailable to marina guests.

More like a yacht club than a marina,Roche Harbor caters to the upscale cruising crowd and at the same time is casual and family friendly. Part of thecharm of this nautical community is itsnod to the yachting traditions of earliertimes. Every evening just before sunset,from early May to the end of September, a traditional color ceremony is held. Thedock staff retires the flags to music and the boom of a cannon. Following this

ceremony, announcements about weatherand special events are made. My favoritemoment of our four-day cruise was watching Peter arm-in-arm with his parents, standing at attention during this special ceremony. What a wonderful conclusion to a magical vacation.

The next morning, we cruised at aleisurely pace the short distance back toDeer Harbor Marina, all of us relishingthe amazing gift of spending just the right amount of time underway, balancedby the beautiful settings, perfect weather,memorable meals and great company.

Peter’s dad had an opportunity to take the helm, contribute to route planning and discuss vessel maintenancechallenges, while his mom developed anappreciation for her son’s nautical skillsand enjoyed the Pacific Northwest from anew on-the-water perspective. She wrote atouching poem called “The Skipper” inPeter’s honor following this excursionaboard the vessel Bee Weems. ml

The SkipperBy Dorothy W. Trogdon

Each morning he goes downunder the floor of the cabin,

to check fan belts, filters, exhaust.Up again, floor replaced, he moves to the console,

flicks three or four switches.

A rumble arises from belowlike a great beast awakening

beneath him, then slowly slidingforward on heavy sea-paws,

forsaking the land to move out over the trackless waters.

I will carry you, sings the sea.And he goes, man and boat as

one, to the realm of seagull, tern and cormorant who swell free

and feather-light in the lift andglide between wind and water.

To view this article online, visitmarinalife.com/PNWBandB

Mt. Constitution on Orcas Island is the highestpoint in all of the San Juan Islands. At 2,409feet, it gives stunning views of the San Juan Islands and the Gulf Islands of British Columbia.

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For many of us our boats represent asense of adventure hard to duplicateelsewhere in our lives. We purchased

them with dreams of cruising to distantharbors and exploring waters far fromhome. Or many have purchased theirboats to become their homes, freeingthemselves of a permanent address. sowhat happens to the dream of cruisingwhen you receive a letter from a state’stax authority stating you owe them taxesfor using your boat in their waters?

all states require boats above a certain size to have some form of registration, although some may acceptfederal documentation in lieu of stateregistration. in addition to requirementsfor registration, many states require somesort of tax to be paid for boats purchasedor used within the state.

There are three types of taxes whichcan be levied on boats by state and local governments; sales tax, use tax and personal property tax. some statescollect all three and some states collectnone. This is further complicated by local county government’s involvement in personal property taxes. Due to the

potentially high cost of these taxes on expensive boats, many owners have goneto great lengths to minimize or avoidthese taxes all together when purchasingtheir boats. as budget strapped stateslook for additional revenue, many haveincreased their patrolling of marinaslooking for boats registered out of state.They are casting a wide net, looking foranyone suspect of violating their tax policy in hopes of catching the few thatare. Unfortunately, a number of innocentboaters just out cruising or living aboardare being caught in that net in the process.

Because this can be such a complicatedissue, we’ve asked an expert to contributeto this subject with us. Dirk schwenk of Baylaw, LLc is an attorney based inannapolis specializing in maritime law.Dirk has written extensively on boat taxpolicy and offers registration and taxconsulting for anyone purchasing a boat.

in our conversations with Dirk welearned there are two separate questionson this tax issue, one is: How to minimizeor avoid paying tax on a boat when it ispurchased? Which we are not addressingin this article. The other is assuming

the boat was lawfully purchased and registered in a state, regardless ofwhether that state collects “sales tax” or not: How does a boater keep frompaying the “use tax” while traveling toother states that may be attempting tocollect taxes just for using the boat inthat state’s waters?

If our members want us to helpthem plan a summer cruise to NewEngland or winter cruise to Florida,how can they know they are not going to be in violation of a state’s“use tax” policy?

“Use tax defies simple answers, becauseevery state is different and most statestreat their residents differently from the rest of the public. That said, if youpurchased a boat in a non-tax state youwill be largely safe from enforcement if you are truly cruising (in the sense ofmoving between various states every couple of months) and you do not havethe boat in your state of residence (newJersey, for example, asserts the right to tax a resident’s boat on the first day it isin the state). i generally try to put

State Tax Laws for BoatersBY BOB ARRINGTON

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Expert advice from an Annapolis maritime lawyer

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my clients in a position where their boat is most often in a state that: 1) They like to cruise. 2) They are safe from tax because they

either have paid some tax or because they have a definitive exemption.

3) If their plans change, they send me a quick email to go over their float plan.There are several states that have cappedtheir use tax or have exceptions for boatsthat are not purchased there, so once established in such a location, a boat owner can feel secure that they will not be bothered. Florida can be verytax-friendly for people that are not residents, do not own real property or areotherwise not closely tied to the state.”

So if I understand your answer abovecorrectly, a boater does not necessarilyhave to register their boat where theylive and where it is registered canaffect the ease with which they cantravel from state to state?

“Correct.  Generally a boat must register in the state in which it is used most, so theboat’s location is more important than the owner’s location.  For some boats, it

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is difficult to identify the main place ofuse, so I generally try to have those boatsinitially register in a location that has aconnection to the boat and then changethe registration if the boat later comes to rest in a particular state.  I do not

recommend that a boat be in the UnitedStates with no identified state — it drawstoo many questions.  For the very largevessel, a capped state like Florida orMaryland is a good option, since the tax

amounts are not that large relative to thevalue of the vessel and they are desirablestates in which to locate and do not havepersonal property tax.  Depending on circumstances, Florida may not requireany tax.”

with the approach states are using,what should our members do if they receive a letter from a state attemptingto collect a tax on their boat?

“First they should look at it and seewhether it is an assessment of tax (theequivalent of a tax bill) or a letter of inquiry.An assessment is much more serious andtypically has a very short period in whichit can be appealed. If it is an assessmentfor a significant amount of money, theyshould consider hiring counsel that specializes in maritime law. A letter issomewhat less serious and if there is asimple and honest answer (such as “Ikeep my boat in Delaware”), an ownercan simply respond. Counsel should almost certainly be consulted if there is

a significant penalty (indicating that theassessor suspects fraud); if the amount ofmoney at issue is fairly high (say over$10,000) or out of line with the value ofthe boat; or if the taxability of the boat isgoing to be a close call, and a slip of thetongue may be the end of the defense.

For those owners that will spend significant time in the Caribbean, offshoreownership is a topic that should at least be considered in making plans for the useand tax of the vessel. Additionally, anyowners with a high value boat that has not paid any sales tax, they should have atax plan before they are contacted by taxauthorities, not after.”

As you can see this can be a complicatedissue with costly consequences if not managed properly. For additional informationon individual State’s policies, you can visitDirk’s website at baylawllc.com. ml

To view this article online, visitmarinalife.com/StateTaxLaws

Generally a boat must

reGister in the state in

which it is used most,

so the boat’s location

is more important than

the owner’s location. 

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THOugH New JeRSey may be best known for Bruce Springsteen, “TheSopranos” and a boisterous governor, the state’s 127 miles of coastline boastssome of the finest fishing found on theplanet. while it’s possible to enjoy goodfishing for a variety of species year ‘round, including winter months, the best opportunities to score some of thetastiest fish in the brine are during thepopular summer months of June throughSeptember. From the back bays, rivers andnear-shore waters on out to the offshorecanyons you’ll find a plethora of hungrygamefish to tangle with utilizing a varietyof tactics and tackle.

Manasquan Inlet separates the town of Manasquan and borough of PointPleasant Beach and also provides passagefrom the calm waters of the Manasquan

River to the Atlantic Ocean. The inlet isdeep, clearly marked and well definedthanks to large jetties on each side. Onceinside the inlet you’ll pass Manasquan to the north side of the river followed immediately by the Borough of Briellewhere you’ll find transient, seasonal andyear-round dockage. Hoffman’s Marinaeast (732-528-6200) lies just before theRailroad Bridge that services New JerseyTransit’s North Jersey Coastline, and this50-slip marina can accommodate vesselsup to 120 feet. Fuel, bait, ice, waste pumpout, showers, electric and cable TV areavailable, and there’s an IgFA certifiedscale to weigh your catch. Just beyond theRailroad Bridge, also along the north sideof the river, lies Hoffman’s Marina west.This full-service marina, which underwenta complete overhaul since its purchase in

2012, includes a complete service centerincluding two travel lifts. Seasonal, transientand year-round slips are available as wellas rack storage for vessels up to 36 feet.Other amenities include a fully stocked

SPORTFISH > MaNasquaN, NeW Jersey

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Manasquan Inlet also servesa large commercial fleet.

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Ship’s Store, high-speed fueling, wastepump-out, ample shore power, showers andan in-ground swimming pool. Immediatelyadjacent to Hoffman’s West is Waypoint622, the newest member of the Hoffman’sMarina family and home to the restaurantof the same name that recently openedand received kudos for its contemporaryAmerican cuisine prepared with prime meatfrom local farms and wild-caught seafood.While rebuilding and updating the docksat Waypoint 622 is still underway, transientboaters are still welcome to tie up for dinner or even overnight.

Whether you’re a kayaker, center console angler or bluewater battlewagonowner, there’s a species for you. June findshungry bluefish receptive to surface plugsin the Manasquan River and nearby bayswhile ocean anglers use jigs and chummingtechniques to score choppers. Striped bassare sought by live bait anglers who snagbunker (menhaden) and then allow them

to swim among the bait schools and river anglers casting rubber baits. Fluke(summer flounder) can be found in riversand bays as well as on snags, wrecks andreefs along the coast. The annual migrationof mako sharks along the 30 FathomCurve and beyond gets underway whileoffshore canyons begin to yield catches of yellowfin and big eye tuna to thosetrolling natural baits and artificial lures.Depending on water temperature and bait arrival, the first blue marlin and whitemarlin will also be caught. Catches of mostof the species previously noted get evenbetter in July though striped bass numberswill drop off as water temperatures rise.The same goes for August, though makosharks become scarce due to warm water.For the latest in fishing information andwhat rigs, baits and lures are producingbest, several fully stocked tackle shops dot the area and are staffed with local pros who can offer tips and tricks for every species.

For a day away from the boat, beautifulsandy beaches, quaint shops and boutiquesand excellent restaurants can be found indowntown Manasquan for those seekinghandmade crafts, clothing, artwork, jewelry,linens and antiques. You can keep the kidshappy away from the beach or pool at avariety of T-shirt, ice cream, fudge and

saltwater taffy shops plus miniature golf.The Point Pleasant boardwalk is a shortdrive away with games, rides, arcades andan aquarium.

Manasquan is one of New Jersey’s popular vacation spots and whether youtow your center console there for a longweekend or plan on an extended stay during the summer, its beaches, fishing,shopping, cultural events and fabulousrestaurants will draw you back again and again. ml

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Striped bass are popular with both riverand ocean anglers.

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“dig deeper.” James, my clam-diggin’new friend, instructed. “They’re downthere.”

We were just outside of Boston searching for lunch on the beach. Actually,we were in the shallows with the Atlanticbiting cold on my ankles. Summer hadfled and autumn, although named on thecalendar, seemed to be skipped over forthe harsher temperatures of winter.

Yet, there I was, in shorts and a sweater standing in the surf, shivering and wondering just what was I thinking.Like Lucy Ricardo squishing grapes forwine with her feet, James was teaching me to dig for clams with my toes.

“With no scratch rake or tongs, youcan always find clams just by feeling.” Hepaused and wiggled his left leg. He rolledhis white collared shirtsleeve up to the

elbow, bent down, and stuck his hand intothe water. He pulled a gray half-moonedbivalve with brown rings wrapping aroundits surface from the sand. His rough work-worn hands with dirt under the nails showed stitches from past battleswith shells. “Here’s one.”

“How did you do that?” I wiggled myfeet around, searching for my own lunch.

James laughed and then coughed. Yearsof cold New England winters and a life on the sea had graveled his voice andweathered his hands but hadn’t thawed his love of treading for clams. Every timeI’d visited the area, I’d asked around forsomeone to take me digging and finallyhad been introduced to James, a first mate on a swordfish boat in Gloucester.He’d agreed to show me how to dig, old-school-style, with just our senses.

I’d picked up my shellfish permit thatmorning and was eager to gather enoughmollusks to make chowder that afternoon.

I thought it would be easier, and kickedmyself for being so eager to do this withoutthe modern-day tools of a rake or shovel.

“When the tide rolls out, look for smallround holes in the sand. That’s wherethey’ll be.” James chucked his clam intothe steel bucket at the water’s edge.

I groped through the muck, scrunchingmy toes as directed but came up emptyfooted.

“At this rate, I better stop at The ClamBox on the way home if I’m going to haveclams for lunch.”

“Not to worry. They’ll be clams forchowda.” His thick Boston accent heldconfidence enough for both of us.

The clams we searched for were asweet, saltwater, soft-shelled clam thathave been dug on these shores for hundreds of years. They are also calledlong-necks for the rubbery siphon thatprotrudes from their shell, which are thinner than other varieties such as the

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little-neck or cherry stone.Restaurants for miles around specialize

in fried clam strips and stuffed clams. They are served raw, steamed, and in clam pastas. The uses are endless. People of the area were known not to even leavethe beach after collecting the local delicacy.They’d dig a deep hole in the sand andbuild a fire of driftwood. Seaweed collectedfrom the shoreline would be strewn on topof the hot rocks with their clams tuckedinside. All of this was covered with a tarpand a layer of sand and left to roast forhours, steaming the clams open and creating a New England clam bake.

James reached down and plucked another from the sand and pulled a multi-tool from his pocket. He snappedthe knife attachment open and dug it between the two halves of the clam’s shell,popping the hinge and opening it like abook. Using the tip of the knife, hescraped a lingering fragment of shell fromthe liquid around the muscle and handedit to me. “Here. Try one.”

I tipped my head back, sucking the nugget from its home. Salty brineslipped down my throat as I bit into the chewy, rich clam. I swallowed andsmiled. “Delicious.”

James just nodded.After an hour, my lips were blue, my

teeth chattered, and my flesh was coveredin goose bumps. I looked into my bucketand its measly half-dozen clams. “Just howmany of these things do I need for a bowlof soup?”

With a wink and a gruff laugh heslapped his knee and said, “How about youstick to cooking, and I’ll do the diggin’?”

That’s all the encouragement I needed to scamper back up the beach,wrap a wool blanket around my frozentoes and observe the digging instead of participating in the oceanfront foraging. ml

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4. Add the flour to the pot and stir to break up clumps. Add the milk, cream, potatoes and bay leaves and simmer for 30 minutes.

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ABACOS abaco Beach Resort at Boat harbourPhone: 242-367-2158$50.00 Off room rack rate.

Bluff house Beach Resort & marinaPhone: 242-365-424720% Off transient dockage. 10% Off room rates when staying at the marina.

man-O-War marinaPhone: 242-365-600810% Off transient dockage.

marsh harbour marinaPhone: 242-367-270025% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Orchid Bay Yacht Club and marinaPhone: 242-365-517510% Off transient dockage.

spanish Cay marinaPhone: 242-365-008310% Off dockage.

Treasure Cay Beach marina & Golf ResortPhone: 242-365-825010% Off transient dockage (excludes utilities). 10% Off hotel.

BERRY ISLANDS Chub Cay Club marinaPhone: 954-634-749625% Off of 7-day stay. 35% Off dockage for 30 days or more. 4% Off fuel purchase. (Cash Only Pay-ments)

CAT ISLAND hawk’s Nest Resort & marinaPhone: 242-342-705015% Off rooms.

ELEUTHERA Valentine’s Resort and marinaPhone: 242-333-214210% Off transient dockage.

EXUMA Farmer’s Cay Yacht Club & marinaPhone: 242-355-401710% Off dockage. 10% Off room rates. 10% Off restaurant.

staniel Cay Divers, Ltd.Phone: 242-225-966810% Off dive trips.

staniel Cay Yacht ClubPhone: 242-355-202410% Off transient dockage from 8/1- 12/27/15. 10% Off hotel nightly accommodationrate from 8/1- 12/15/15. Holiday weekends excluded.

GRAND BAHAMA Old Bahama BayPhone: 242-350-650010% Off transient dockage.

sunrise Resort & marinaPhone: 242-352-683420% Off dockage.

LONG ISLAND stella maris marinaPhone: 242-338-205515% Off dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. 15% Off service & maintenance.

NASSAU/PARADISE ISLAND hurricane hole marinaPhone: 242-363-3600 ext. 150% Off water park passes to Atlantis when staying at marina.

NORTH BIMINI Bimini Under seaPhone: 800-348-464415% Off all tours. 20% Off rentals.

SAN SALVADOR Riding Rock Inn Resort & marinaPhone: 242-331-263110% Off dockage from 9/1- 3/1. 20% Off room rate based on availability.

SOUTH BIMINI Bimini sands Resort & marinaPhone: 242-347-350010% Off transient dockage with a minimum of 7 days.

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BRITISH COLUMBIA Beach Gardens Resort & marinaPhone: 604-485-626710% Off fuel.

Canoe Cove marina & BoatyardPhone: 250-656-556610% Off transient dockage. 10% Off travelift haul out to new customers.

Cowichan Bay Fishermen’s Wharf associationPhone: 250-746-591110% Off transient dockage.

maple Bay marinaPhone: 250-746-8482$0.03 Off per litre of gas & diesel (500 litres min).

mosquito Creek marinaPhone: 604-987-411310% Off dockage on first 2 nights, 30% Off 3rd night. $0.02 Off per litre of gas and diesel(min. 500 litres). 15% Off food at MarinaSide GrillRestaurant. 10% Off exterior wash, oil change & travel lift services. 2 Complimentary tickets to the Boat Show at the Creek.

Page Point Inn & marinaPhone: 250-245-231220% Off transient dockage & moorings.

Pelican Bay marina Ltd.Phone: 604-729-144210% Off transient dockage.

sunshine Coast Resort & marinaPhone: 604-883-917715% Off transient dockage.

Union steamship marine ResortPhone: 604-947-070715% Off transient dockage Mon-Thurs.

ONTARIO Brig InflatablesPhone: 800-489-221010% Off all orders from corporate office or free shipping.

Island Yacht ClubPhone: 416-203-2582 Ext223Stay 4 nights, get the 5th night free.

QUEBEC marina de Trois RivieresPhone: 819-374-5862Stay 3 nights and get 4th night free.

DOmINICaN RePUBLIC

LA ROMANA marina Casa de CampoPhone: 809-523-2111/211215% Off dockage 15-29 days; 30% Off 1-6 months. Additional 25% off fromMay 1st to November 30th.

PUERTO PLATA Ocean World marinaPhone: 809-970-3373Stay 3 nights, get 1 night free (dockage only). 20% discount on wet slips for 5 nights or more. 10% discount on fuel over 1,000 gallons.

hONDURasFantasy Island marinaPhone: 504-985-638210% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel with purchase of 50 gallons or more. 20% Off all resort services, includingdive shop, bar & restaurant.

JamaICaerrol Flynn marinaPhone: 876-715-604410% Off transient dockage. 10% Off long term storage.

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BAJA CALIFORNIA hotel Coral and marinaPhone: 1 (866) 302-0066Complimentary use of aquatic activities with min. 1 night stay. Complimentary top side boat washwith min. 30 night stay. Free pump out with min. 1 night stay.

JALISCO Opequimar Centro marinoPhone: 52-322-221-18005% Off fuel dock service. 10% Off on daily work yard rates.

QUINTANA ROO marina el Cid CancunPhone: 52-998-871-018420% Off dockage.

marina hacienda Del marPhone: 866-556-474715% Off dockage from 12/15- 5/31. 40% Off dockage from 6/1- 12/14.

marina Puerto aventurasPhone: 529-873-510810-15% Off dockage. Not available during high season 3/1-6/15.

SINALOA marina el Cid mazatlanPhone: 52-669-916-346815% Off regular dockage rates.

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CHINANDEGA marina Puesta del solPhone: 505-8880-0019/ 13Stay more than 3 months and receive25% off your next months dockage (36’ min).

PUeRTO RICOmarina PescaderiaPhone: 787-717-363810% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

san Juan Bay marinaPhone: 787-721-806210% Off transient dockage.

sT maaRTeNsimpson Bay marinaPhone: 011-599-544-230910% Off dockage.

THE FOLLOWING DIRECTORY

lists all of the great savings and discountsthat are available to Marinalife card holders.Present your MarinalifeCard before your purchase and receive instant savings. Visit marinalife.com/discounts

to search for discounts online.

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PROVIDENCIALES Turtle Cove MarinaPhone: 649-941-378110% Off dockage.

us Virgin islands

ST. CROIX green Cay MarinaPhone: 340-718-1453Stay for 6 months pay for 5. New Customers only. Stay for 3 and pay for 2. Stay for 7 and pay for 5. Does notapply to storm season and discountsmay not be combined.

ST. THOMAS BVi Yacht ChartersPhone: 1-284-494-428910% Off charters.

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ALABAMA Fairhope eastern shore Marine inc *Phone: 251-928-1283

10% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel (min 100 gallons).

Foley Mosley Maritime services, llCPhone: 251-610-788220% Off all services including Marine Surveys, Dive Work & CaptainServices.

Gulf Shores Homeport Marina *Phone: 251-968-452825% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Guntersville alred Marina *Phone: 256-582-44002-nights free dockage with a 100 gallon min. fuel purchase (min. value of $80.00). 20% Off transient dockage. 10% Off annual slip rental.

Mobile dog river Marina *Phone: 251-471-4517Free pumpout with fuel purchase. Free courtesy vehicle when dockingovernight.

grand Mariner MarinaPhone: 251-443-630010% Off weekly dockage (7 night min).

Orange Beach orange Beach Marina *Phone: 251-981-420710% Off transient dockage. 25% discount on clothing.

The Wharf Marina *Phone: 251-224-1900$0.15 Off per gallon of fuel.

Pickensville Pirates Marina CovePhone: 205-373-670110% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

ARKANSAS Clarksville spadra Waterfront MarinaPhone: 479-754-502110% Off transient dockage.

Gamaliel 101 Boat dockPhone: 870-467-525210% Off transient dockage.

CALIFORNIA Balboa Island island Marine fuel *Phone: 949-673-1103$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off oil changes.

Benicia all american divers, llCPhone: 415-306-411625% Off monthly hull cleaning services.

Bethel Island emerald Point MarinaPhone: 925-684-2388$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

sugar Barge Marina *Phone: 925-684-9075$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Corona newport BoatsPhone: 951-371-899610% Off parts and service.

Emeryville emery Cove Yacht HarborPhone: 510-428-050520% Off transient dockage.

emeryville MarinaPhone: 510-654-37165% discount on fuel for all transient boaters.

Encinitas C2C YachtsPhone: 619-972-86951 hour of free consulting. 5% Off parts and supplies. 5% Off rate for route planning.

Fort Bragg dolphin isle MarinaPhone: 707-964-411310% Off dockage.

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Newport Beach Newport BoatsPhone: 949-646-888810% Off parts and service.

Oxnard Bahia MarinaPhone: 805-985-640010% Off transient dockage.

Peninsula Yacht MarinaPhone: 805-985-640010% Off transient dockage.

Sacramento Alamar Marina & RestaurantPhone: 916-922-0200 ext:510% Off transient dockage. 10% Off check (excluding alcohol) in restaurant.

San Diego Bay Club Hotel & MarinaPhone: 619-222-031410% Off transient dockage.

Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and MarinaPhone: 619-221-485815% Off dockage. Reservations must be booked at least 24 hours in advance.

Sun Harbor MarinaPhone: 619-222-116710% Off transient dockage.

San Marcos SD Model MakersPhone: 760-525-434110% Off custom model.

San Pedro Holiday Harbor - Cabrillo MarinaPhone: 310-833-446810% Off transient dockage.

Stockton 5 Star MarinaPhone: 209-466-220025% Off daily transient rate.

Tahoe City A&M MarinePhone: 530-581-251610% Off parts.

Whiskeytown Oak Bottom MarinaPhone: 530-359-267110% Off transient dockage.

Wilmington Holiday Harbor - WilmingtonPhone: 310-835-395210% Off transient dockage.

COLORADO Dillon Dillon Marina *Phone: 970-468-510020% Off transient dockage. 10% Off boat rentals. 10% Off any one item in the marina store.

CONNECTICUT Branford Brewer Bruce & Johnson’s Marina *Phone: 203-488-8329Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discounts

after their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Brewer Bruce and Johnson’s Marina West *Phone: 203-488-8329Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

SkyVideoCT.comPhone: 203-701-986110% Discount on the regular price for aerial video capture.

Bridgeport Cedar Marina Inc.Phone: 203-335-626210% Off transient dockage.

Chester Chrisholm Marina *Phone: 860-526-514710% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Deep River Brewer Deep River Marina *Phone: 860-526-5560Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Essex Brewer Dauntless Marina *Phone: 860-767-0001Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Brewer Dauntless Shipyard-Marina & Brewer Essex Island Marina *Phone: 860-767-2483Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Brewer Essex Island MarinaPhone: 860-767-2483Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Greenwich Delamar Greenwich HarborPhone: 203-661-9800Up to 3 nights free electric. Cannot be combined with any other offer.

Mystic Brewer Yacht Yard at Mystic *Phone: 860-536-2293Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Mystic River MarinaPhone: 860-536-3123$0.04 Off per gallon of fuel (min. 250 gallons). Other fuel volume discounts available.

New London Burr’s MarinaPhone: 860-443-845710% Off transient dockage $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Crocker’s Boatyard Inc.Phone: 860-443-630410% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Thamesport MarinaPhone: 860-442-1151$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Noank Noank Shipyard Inc.Phone: 860-536-9651$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Noank Village Boat YardPhone: 860-536-177010% Off transient dockage.

Norwalk Coastwise BoatworksPhone: 203-866-404110% Off dockage. 10% Off service rate.

Norwalk Cove Marina, Inc *Phone: 203-838-2326$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel with cashpayment & volume discounts over 500 gallons.

Norwest MarinePhone: 203-853-282210% Off dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 5% Off service parts and labor.

Norwich American Wharf Marina *Phone: 860-886-636315% Off all dockage fees not including electric. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel valid any day of the week. $0.20 Off pergallon with a 2 night consecutive stay (Sun.-Thurs.). Offers cannot be combined. 10% Off items at the ship store.

Old Saybrook Between the Bridges Marina ResortPhone: 860-388-143125% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Brewer Ferry Point MarinaPhone: 860-388-3260Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Saybrook Point Marina, Inn & Spa *Phone: 860-395-3080$0.05 Off per gallon of ValvTect fuel.

South Norwalk Rex Marine Center, Inc.Phone: 203-866-555510% Off transient dockage. 10% off dockage 10% Off in Ship’s Store on select items.Proof of Marinalife Membership atcheckout. 10% Off shorthaul and powerwash.

Stamford BoatTest.comPhone: 203-323-9900One free classified ad for 3 months($60 value). One free month access toBoatTest.com “Archives” of 450 boatstests ($30 Value).

Brewer Yacht Haven MarinaPhone: 203-359-4500Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Harbor House MarinaPhone: 203-977-877215% Off transient dockage.

Stratford Boardwalk Marina in StratfordPhone: 203-378-930010% Off transient dockage. 10% Off parts.

Brewer Stratford Marina *Phone: 203-377-4477Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

West Haven West Cove MarinaPhone: 203-933-300015% Off transient dockage.

Westbrook Brewer Pilots Point Marina *Phone: 860-399-7906Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Brewer Pilots Point Marina SouthPhone: 860-399-7906Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Harry’s Marine RepairPhone: 860-399-616510% Off transient dockage.

Woodstock World Maritime Exchange Yacht BrokeragePhone: 860-928-7620Free market analysis of your boat.

DELAWARE Bear Summit North MarinaPhone: 302-836-1800$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel with a 100 gallon min.

Delaware City Delaware City MarinaPhone: 302-834-417210% Off transient dockage.

Smyrna Carlisle’s Marine Inc.Phone: 302-737-010010% Off non-sale items parts/accessories.

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TREASURE CAY RESORTOur Bahamian Out-Island resort is anchored by

three plus miles of award winning white sand beach & famous 150 slip full service marina.

18 Hole Golf Course Tennis 3 Bars & RestairantsCoffee Shop Free WiFi Nightly Events

1, 2 or 3 Bedroom Mariner Condo Waterfront Suites Boat Rentals & Charters

Scuba, Snorkeling, Fishing Charters

Direct Daily Flights from Florida

Lowest Priced Fuel & Water On Abaco Seasonal Rates - Dockage Specials - Instant Credit Offers

Small Boater’s Packages - Public Welcome

Marina & Fax: 242-365-8250 24 Hr Cell: 242-577-0373

Resort & Golf: 800-327-1584 or 242-365-8801

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FLORIDA Arcadia Desoto MarinaPhone: 941-627-347420% Off transient dockage.

Aventura Aquamarina Hi-Lift *Phone: 305-931-2550$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Turnberry Isle Marina Yacht ClubPhone: 305-933-6934 ext. 210% Off transient dockage.

Williams Island MarinaPhone: 305-937-78135% Off prepaid seasonal or annualcontract. $0.05 Off the dockage rate for seasonal (six month min.) & annualcontracts.

Bradenton Bradenton Boat ClubPhone: 941-795-36255% discount on fuel for all transientboaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Tarpon Pointe MarinaPhone: 941-745-1199$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Twin Dolphin Marina *Phone: 941-747-8300$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel 15% Off at Pier 22 for annual contractslip holders. Transient guests stay

2 nights or more get a $20 gift certificate (holidays & special eventsexcluded).

Bradenton Beach Bradenton Beach MarinaPhone: 941-778-2288$0.25 Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Cape Canaveral Bluepoints Marina at Port Canaveral *Phone: 321-799-2860$0.05 off per gallon of fuel.

Cape Coral Tarpon Point MarinaPhone: 239-549-490010% discount for the first night. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Captiva Island South Seas Island Resort & MarinaPhone: 239-472-5111$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Tween Waters Inn & MarinaPhone: 239-472-5161 ext 310% Off transient dockage. Excludes holiday weekends.

Carrabelle C-Quarters MarinaPhone: 850-697-8400$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. Free pumpout.

The Moorings at CarrabellePhone: 850-697-2800$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Clearwater Clearwater Beach Marina *Phone: 727-462-6954 ext. 27$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Clewiston Roland & Mary Ann Martin’s Marina & ResortPhone: 863-983-3151$0.25 Off per foot of transient dockage.

Cocoa Cocoa Village MarinaPhone: 321-632-544510% Off transient dockage.

Coral Springs First Mate, IncPhone: 954-475-275010% Off complete systems. 10% Off labor.

Dania Beach Marine Maintenance, Inc.Phone: 954-525-623615% Off mechanical/electrical repairs. 10% Off yacht deliveries.

Thunderboat Marine Service CenterPhone: 954-924-94441 month free dry storage with annualcontract agreement.

Davie KB Yachts of Florida, Inc.Phone: 954-646-966110% Off all services.

Daytona Beach Adventure Yacht HarborPhone: 386-756-218025% Off transient dockage.

Deerfield Beach Pennell’s Marine, Inc.Phone: 954-426-262810% Off dockage.

Delray Beach Delray Harbor Club MarinaPhone: 561-276-037610% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Island Party Spots, LLCPhone: 888.823.492310% Off total, excluding tax.

Destin James Bell Yacht ServicePhone: 850-259-497310% Off maintenance service.

Duck Key Hawks Cay Resort & MarinaPhone: 305-743-9000 ext.210% Off daily dockage rates in mainmarina, excluding holidays and special events. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel on 100 gallons or more.

Englewood Royal Palm Marina *Phone: 941-475-688210% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon. $0.10 Off per gallon (100 gallons or more).

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Fernandina Beach Amelia Island Yacht Basin *Phone: 904- 277-461520% Off transient dockage.

Fernandina Harbor MarinaPhone: 904-310-3300 ext.12.5% Off on fuel purchases of 100 gallons or more.

Fort Lauderdale Apex MarinePhone: 954-759-721210% Off any work performed.

Bahia Mar Resort and Yachting CenterPhone: 954-627-6309$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Banyan Bay MarinaPhone: 954-893-000425% Off transient dockage.

Curtis Stokes & Associates, Inc.Phone: 954-684-0218Discounts available, details subject to individual deal.

Global SatellitePhone: 954-462-124510% Off Iridium and Inmarsat satellite rental fees. 5% Off listed retail price for hardware orders.

GMPCS Satellite CommunicationsPhone: 954-973-3100$100.00 Off all new mobile satelliteproduct purchases with activation.

Hall of Fame MarinaPhone: 954-764-397510% Off transient dockage for vessels up to 60’ feet from 6/1-9/30.Mention Marinalife Membership to receive discount.

Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale Airport- NorthPhone: 954-765-767015% Off regular rates.

Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six Resort & MarinaPhone: 954-525-6666$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Marina Bay Marina ResortPhone: 954-791-760010% Off transient dockage.

Marine Professionals, Inc.Phone: 954-763-41615% Off all boat services.

Navesink Yacht Management Detailing and ChartersPhone: 954-462-458320% Off management services.

Reverso PumpsPhone: 954-522-088220% Off retail list price of Marine Fuel Polishing Systems.

Sky Limo Air CharterPhone: 954-776-90045% Off total charter without taxes.

Watermakers, Inc.Phone: 954-467-8920Complimentary Pre-Cruise

watermaker tune-up. 15% Off on all pre-filters.

Fort Myers Barclay’s Real Estate GroupPhone: 239-560-9139$550.00+ Off your next real estate transaction.

Fort Myers Boat Club *Phone: 239-454-262820% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Fort Myers Yacht Basin *Phone: 239-321-708010% Off dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. Mercury Quick Silver 4 Cycle Oil - Only $17.99/gal (Was $23.99/gal) or$49.99/case (3gal)

Gulf Harbour MarinaPhone: 239-437-0881$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Legacy Harbour MarinaPhone: 239-461-077520% Off daily transient rate.

Prosperity Pointe MarinaPhone: 239-995-215520% Off dockage.

Fort Myers Beach Moss MarinaPhone: 866-968-2209$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel withovernight dockage.

Pink Shell Beach Resort & MarinaPhone: 855-881-942810% Off dockage. 10% Off room rates (some restrictionsmay apply).

Fort Pierce Fort Pierce City MarinaPhone: 772-464-124520% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Harbortown Marina-Fort Pierce *Phone: 772-466-7300$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Fort Walton Beach Adventure Marine & Boat Yard, LLCPhone: 850-581-262810% Off dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off service labor.

Ft Lauderdale Green Cove Springs Reynolds Park Yacht CenterPhone: 904-284-466710% Off daily dockage. 5% Off monthly dockage rate.

Hobe Sound Loblolly BayPhone: 772-546-313610% Off transient dockage.

Hutchinson Island Harbour Isle MarinaPhone: 772-461-9049$1.00/ft/night plus electric.

Indian Rocks Beach Holiday Inn Harbourside MarinaPhone: 727-517-365220% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. For marina guests only.

Islamorada Casa Morada HotelPhone: 305-664-004415% Off standard dockage rate withhotel room reservation.

Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina (formerly Holiday Isle)Phone: 305-664-2321 x3$0.10 Off daily dockage rate. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Snake Creek MarinaPhone: 305-396-7724$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Jacksonville Epping Forest Yacht & Country ClubPhone: 904-739-715010% Off transient dockage.

Fort George Island Marina *Phone: 904-251-0050$0.50 Off per foot of transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel; $0.10 Offper gallon of fuel 100+ gallons.

Mandarin Holiday MarinaPhone: 904-268-103610% Off dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Morningstar Marinas at MayportPhone: 904-246-892910% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off ship store.

Palm Cove MarinaPhone: 904-223-4757$0.10 Off transient dockage.

The Marina at Ortega LandingPhone: 904-387-5538Stay a total of 7 nights in a 30 day period and receive weekly dockage rate. 10% Off dockage for Marinalife, MTOA, AGLCA, and Retired Military.

Jacksonville Beach Beach Marine *Phone: 904-249-8200 ext.015% Off transient dockage.

Jupiter Admirals Cove MarinaPhone: 561-744-1700Transient guests receive $0.20 off per gallon of fuel.

Sportport Docking System, Inc.Phone: 561-747-051110% Off service and maintenance.

The Bluffs MarinaPhone: 561-627-668820% Off transient dockage. Boats 50 ft or longer- Free 5 days excluding electric *Subject to availability.

Key Largo Gilbert’s ResortPhone: 305-451-113310% Off overnight dockage.

TIRELESS ChartersPhone: 215-499-82885% Off customary cruise pricing.

Key West Conch Harbor Marina *Phone: 305-294-2933$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Key West Bait & TacklePhone: 305-292-196110% Off sunglasses including Costa,Calcutta and Flying Fisherman.

Key West Bight MarinaPhone: 305-809-3984$0.05 Off per gallon of gas or diesel.

Key West City Marina at Garrison BightPhone: 305-809-398120% Off summer dockage rates (valid 6/1-10/1).

Key West HarbourPhone: 305-292-3121 ext. 110% Off transient dockage.

Scarlet Rose ChartersPhone: 305-304-399210% Off fishing charters and boat trips.

LaBelle LaBelle City DocksPhone: 863-673-1191Free dockage up to 3 days (30AMP and water included).

Lake Park Lake Park Harbor MarinaPhone: 561-881-3353$0.10 Off per gallon (250+gal), $0.05Off per gallon of fuel (100+gal)

Lake Worth Security Self StoragePhone: 561-207-839510% Off any size unit rental for duration of stay, plus member receivesany promotion offered at the time of the rental.

Lantana Super GrafixPhone: 561-585-151915% Off boat lettering. Free one color hailport.

Lighthouse Point Lighthouse Point Yacht And Racquet ClubPhone: 954-942-668810% Off dockage. 10% Off food/beverage in restaurant & clubhouse.

Little Torch Key Little Palm Island Resort & SpaPhone: 305-872-252425% discount for Harborview dock only.

Madeira Beach Madeira Beach Municipal MarinaPhone: 727-399-2631$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Snug Harbor Marine, Inc.Phone: 727-398-747010% Off anti-fouling bottom job.

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Marathon Banana Bay Resort & MarinaPhone: 305-743-017620% Off transient dockage. 20% Off regular room rate Sun.-Thurs.

Marathon Marina, Boatyard & RV ResortPhone: 305-743-6575$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel forovernight guests. $0.05 Off Octane, Ethanol free fuel.

Marco Island Esplanade MarinaPhone: 239-394-633310% Off transient dockage & get theRewards Card for discounts at selectrestaurants/retailers.

Marco Island MarinaPhone: 239-642-253110% Off dockage. Must show Marinalife Membership Card.

Marina at Factory BayPhone: 239-389-292910% Off transient dockage.

Rose MarinaPhone: 239-394-2502 ext. 120% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Walkers Hideaway Marina *Phone: 239-394-9333$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off all service work with free haul out or trailer unload.

Merritt Island Harbortown Marina & BoatyardPhone: 321-453-0160$0.25 Off per foot of guest dockage. Free pumpout with fuel purchase.

Mexico Beach Mexico Beach MarinaPhone: 850-648-890010% Off transient dockage.

Miami 5th Street MarinaPhone: 305-324-20403% Off transient dockage.

Bassas CargoPhone: 305-324-83825% Off transient dockage.

Grove Harbour MarinaPhone: 305-854-6444 ext225% Off daily transient rate.

Sea Isle Marina & Yachting CenterPhone: 305-377-36255% Off transient dockage. 3% Off gas & diesel.

Miami Beach Miami Beach Marina *Phone: 305-673-6000$0.25 Off per foot Mon.-Thurs. Blackout dates apply (including Miami BoatShow, holidays, and major events).

Sunset Harbour Yacht ClubPhone: 305-398-680020% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Micco Sebastian Inlet Marina *Phone: 772-664-8500$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Miramar Beach Sandestin Baytowne Marina *Phone: 850-267-777310% Off fuel.

Naples Naples Bay Resort & MarinaPhone: 239-530-5134$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Naples Boat ClubPhone: 239-263-2774Stay 2 nights and get the 3rd nightfree (only during summer months). $0.15 Off per gallon of fuel (call fueldock directly at 239-263-4525)

Naples Harbour *Phone: 239-213-144110% Off fuel.

Port of The Islands Marina *Phone: 239-389-036710% Off transient dockage.

New Smyrna Beach Night Swan Intracoastal Bed & BreakfastPhone: 386-423-494020% Off transient dockage.

Niceville Bluewater Bay Marina *Phone: 850-897-282120% Off transient dockage.

North Fort Myers Marinatown Yacht HarbourPhone: 239-997-771110% Off transient dockage. One month free on annual contract.

North Miami Dockside Corporate Services, Inc.Phone: 305-733-490125% Off all annual, seasonal or monthly memberships. $100 application fee waived.

LukFuel LLC.Phone: 305-432-3487$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel with proof of Marinalife Membership.

Power House Marina, Inc.Phone: 305-892-262810% Off Volvo Engine parts.

North Palm Beach North Palm Beach MarinaPhone: 561-626-491915% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

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Old Port Cove MarinaPhone: 561-626-176015% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Orange Park Fleming Island MarinaPhone: 904-269-002715% Off transient dockage.

Palm Bay Pelican HarborPhone: 321-956-096020% Off transient dockage. 10% Off dockside services.

Palm Coast Palm Coast Marina *Phone: 386-446-6370Half Off 2nd night dockage with min.purchase of 100 gallons of fuel. $0.10 Off per gallon (if boat stays thenight or over a 300 gallon fill up),$0.05 Off per gallon (over 100 gallons)

Palm Harbor Speckled Trout MarinaPhone: 727-787-8961Pay 11 months in advance and get 12th month free.

Palmetto Regatta Pointe Marina *Phone: 941-729-60211 Month free with New Annual agreement. 1/2 Month free with New Semi-Annual agreement. 15% Off dockage $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel

Riviera Dunes MarinaPhone: 941-981-5330$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Panama City Beach Bay Point MarinaPhone: 850-235-691125% Off transient dockage.

Treasure Island Marina *Phone: 850-234-653325% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon (200 gallon minimum). 15% Off ships store purchases.

Pensacola Holiday Harbor Marina *Phone: 850-492-0555$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Palafox Pier & Yacht Harbor *Phone: 850-432-962010% Off transient dockage.

Pelicans Perch Marina & BoatyardPhone: 850-453-34715% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Pineland Pineland Marina *Phone: 239-283-35935% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Placida Palm Island Marina *Phone: 941-697-435622% Off transient dockage. Free ice with fuel purchase.

Pompano Beach Aquamarina Hidden HarbourPhone: 954-633-420320% Off transient dockage.

Sands Harbor Hotel & MarinaPhone: 954-942-9100 ext.220% Off transient dockage. 20% Off hotel rates.

Ponce Inlet Inlet Harbor Marina & Restaurant *Phone: 386-767-326610% off dockage $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel (bulk discounts available).

Port Canaveral Cape Marina *Phone: 321-783-841020% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. Not to becombined with other fuel discounts.(Volume discounts available)

Port St. Joe Port St. Joe MarinaPhone: 850-227-939325% Off transient dockage.

Punta Gorda Burnt Store Marina & ClubPhone: 941-637-008315% Off transient dockage.

Fishermen’s Village Marina *Phone: 941-575-300015% Off transient dockage. 5% Off total fuel cost.

Laishley Park Municipal MarinaPhone: 941-575-014215% Off transient dockage.

Riveria Beach Smart Marine SolutionsPhone: 561-504-150510% Off indoor storage.

New Port Cove Marine CenterPhone: 561-844-250415% Off dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Ruskin Shell Point MarinaPhone: 813-645-131310% Off transient dockage.

Sanford Boat Tree MarinaPhone: 407-322-1610$10.00 Off transient dockage.

Sarasota Hidden Harbor Marina *Phone: 941-927-4800$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

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Marina JackPhone: 941-955-948810% off ship store items

Yacht CenterPhone: 941-365-17705% Off full bottom paint job.

Sebastian Captain Hiram’s ResortPhone: 772-589-4345 10% Off transient dockage.

Shalimar Shalimar Yacht Basin and Marina *Phone: 850-651-051020% Off transient dockage. 10% Off fuel. Free pump-outs.

St. Augustine Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor, Inc *Phone: 904-829-567610% Off transient dockage (daily only, does not apply to weekly ormonthly dockage). $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Conch House Marina Resort *Phone: 904-824-434710% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Marker 8 Motel and MarinaPhone: 904-829-904110% Off transient dockage.

Pier 88 Diving CoPhone: 904-540-197210% Off annual service contract. 10% Off new customer cleanings.

Rivers Edge MarinaPhone: 904-827-052025% Off dockage.

St. Petersburg Harborage Marina At BayboroPhone: 727-821-63475% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

St. Petersburg Marina *Phone: 727-893-73293% Off fuel price. Free pump out with Marinalife Membership.

The Vinoy® Renaissance Resort & Golf ClubPhone: 727-824-802225% Off transient dockage (certain dates are excluded). 3% Off fuel at nearby St. PetersburgMunicipal Marina. 10% Off Restaurants & Resort Shop. 10% Off Spa.

Stuart Apex MarinePhone: 772-692-757710% Off dockage. 5% discount off repair bill.

Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Marina *Phone: 772-225-370020% Off hotel rooms.

Monterey Inn & MarinaPhone: 772-283-3500Free dockage with room rental.

Pirate’s Cove Resort & Marina *Phone: 772-223-9216 ext. 4$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

River Forest Yachting CenterPhone: 772-287-413125% Off transient dockage.

Sailfish Marina of Stuart *Phone: 772-283-1122$0.50 Off per foot transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Waterway MarinaPhone: 772-220-218520% Off transient dockage from 5/1-9/30. 10% Off transient dockage from 10/1-3/31.

Suwannee Miller’s Marina of SuwanneePhone: 352-542-734910% Off all dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of 100 gallons or more.

Tampa Tampa HarbourPhone: 813-831-120010% Off fuel.

Tarpon Springs Anclote Harbors MarinaPhone: 727-934-761615% Off transient dockage.

Port Tarpon MarinaPhone: 727-937-220015% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Tarpon Landing MarinaPhone: 727-937-1100$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Tavernier Mangrove MarinaPhone: 305-852-838025% Off transient dockage.

Tierra Verde Tierra Verde Resort MarinaPhone: 727-421-7711$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Treasure Island The Club at Treasure IslandPhone: 727-367-4511Stay 1 night, get the 2nd free. (Consecutive nights only)

Venice Crow’s Nest Marina Restaurant & TavernPhone: 941-484-7661 ext 2$0.25 Off per foot discount for Marinalife members. 100 gal. fuel discount: $0.07 Off withcredit card- $0.10 with cash. 1000 gal discount: $0.10 Off with credit card- $0.15 with cash.

Vero Beach Vero Beach City Marina *Phone: 772-231-2819$0.05 Off 100 gallons or more. $0.10 Off 200 gallons or more.

For information contact us at (941) 747-8300 or email [email protected]

Modern Floating Docks Fuel Dock (Diesel / Gas) Facilities Beautiful Heated Pool and Spa Upscale and Casual Waterfront Dining at Pier 22

Bluewater

Cocktail Socials and Pool Parties Popular Cruiser Destination for

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Call, write or stop by and fall in love with Twin Dolphin Marina!Quality lifestyle and dockage for your boating pleasure. Long or short term visits.

Slips from 30 to 90 feet!Annual, seasonal, monthly & daily rates

VOTED BEST TRANSIENT MARINA BY

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GEORGIA Appling Trade Winds Marina *Phone: 888-884-06165% discount on fuel for all transientboaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Flowery Branch Aqua-land Marina *Phone: 770-967-6811 ext:15% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Jekyll Island Jekyll Harbor MarinaPhone: 912-635-313710% Off dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Savannah Bull River MarinaPhone: 912-897-730020% Off dockage. $0.10 Off fuel price (100 gallon min).

Delegal Creek MarinaPhone: 912-598-002325% Off dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel (100+ gallon purchase).

Hyatt Regency SavannahPhone: 912-238-123410% Off transient dockage.

Landings Harbor MarinaPhone: 912-598-1901$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel (100+ gallon purchase)

Sail Harbor Marina & BoatyardPhone: 912-897-289610% Off boatyard labor.

Savannah Bend Marina *Phone: 912-897-3625$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel with a 200 gallon min.

The Westin Savannah Harbor GolfResort & SpaPhone: 912-201-202120% Off dockage fees (excluding holiday weekends & special events).Proof of membership required.

Thunderbolt MarinePhone: 912-356-3875$0.15 Off per foot on dockage.

St. Simons Island Morningstar Marinas/Golden IslesPhone: 912-634-112810% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off Ship Store purchases.

ILLINOIS Alton The Alton MarinaPhone: 618-462-9860$200 discount for new lease holders. 20% Off dockage.

Chicago Skyway Yacht Works, LLCPhone: 773-734-7777Winter storage for $1300, includes 6 months of storage, 2 engine winterizations, jack stands, blocking, power wash the bottom, haul out & launch.

East Peoria Basta Mangiare EastportPhone: 309-699-879210% Off food.

Hampton Inn, East PeoriaPhone: 309-694-0711$10.00 Off regular room rate (discount does not apply during blackout dates or special events).

Stoney Creek Inn-East PeoriaPhone: 309-694-130010% Off rack room rate.

The Galley Restaurant & PubPhone: 309-694-653010% Off food only.

Fox Lake Ben Watts Marina Inc *Phone: 847-587-021110% Off transient dockage.

Havana Tall Timbers MarinaPhone: 309-241-795710% Off dockage.

Hennepin Ray’s PlacePhone: 815-925-711110% Off dinner.

Henry Henry Harbor LandingsPhone: 309-364-218110% Off food.

Lacon Lacon American LegionPhone: 309-246-30775% Off menu items.

McHenry RaveWaves Professional Washing & DetailingPhone: 888-575-555615% Off boat washing & detailing services.

Norris Joe’s PlacePhone: 309-647-922910% Off food only.

Ottawa Starved Rock MarinaPhone: 815-433-4218 ext 020% Off transient dockage.

Weeta’s BoutiquePhone: 815-434-158710% Off any full priced purchase.

Peoria Cafe 401Phone: 309-673-223310% Off food only.

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Hotel Pere MarquettePhone: 309-637-655510% Off weekly rack rate or off weekend rate (Fri., Sat., Sun. only).

Jim’s Marine ServicePhone: 309-673-143310% Off catalog sales. 10% Off any winter service work, Jan.- March.

Peoria Boat ClubPhone: 309-676-948510% Off transient dockage. Free ice for transient guests.

Retro TapPhone: 309-677-676610% Off food only.

Rhythm Kitchen Music CafePhone: 309-676-9668Buy 1 full price entree, get the 2nd 50% off.

Peoria Heights Illinois Valley Yacht ClubPhone: 309-682-5419$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. Localboaters not eligible for fuel discount.

National Marine SalesPhone: 309-688-5513$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Seneca Hiddencove Marina of the SenecaYacht ClubPhone: 815-357-686910% Off dockage. 10% Off food only on the Katie Hooper.

Waukegan Larsen Marine ServicePhone: 847-336-545615% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Wilmington Harborside Marina *Phone: 815-476-440015% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

INDIANA Hamilton Clark’s Landing Marina *Phone: 260-488-216910% Off dockage.

Michigan City Bridges Waterfront CafePhone: 219-878-022715% Off food only.

KANSAS Saint Marys Andax Industries LLCPhone: 785-437-060412.5% Off a carton of Marine Pacs.

KENTUCKY Albany Grider Hill Marina & ResortPhone: 1-866-387-550110% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Benton Big Bear Resort and Marina *Phone: 270-354-641410% Off transient dockage.

Cadiz Prizer Point MarinaPhone: 270-522-376210% Off dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. 5% Off labor on repairs.

Gilbertsville Kentucky Dam MarinaPhone: 270-362-838620% Off store merchandise.

Grand Rivers Green Turtle Bay Houseboat Rentals *Phone: 270-362-01215% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Jamestown Jamestown Resort & Marina *Phone: 270-343-52535% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Morehead Cave Run Marina, IncPhone: 606-784-966615% Off transient dockage.

LOUISIANA Delcambre North Pier MarinaPhone: 800-884-6120 Ext. 1$5.00 per night discount for the first 10 nights of their stay.

New Orleans Seabrook Marine *Phone: 504-283-600110% Off dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

MAINE Boothbay Harbor Carousel Marina *Phone: 207-633-292210% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Camden Wayfarer Marine CorporationPhone: 207-236-437820% Off on dockage for the months ofJune & Sept.

Harpswell Dolphin Marina & Restaurant *Phone: 207-833-534315% Off dockage and moorings.

Holden Port Harbor Marine Bucksport MarinaPhone: 207-469-590210% Off dockage.

Kennebunkport Chicks MarinaPhone: 207-967-27825% Off fuel (100 gallons min).

Yachtsman Lodge & MarinaPhone: 207-967-251110% Off transient dockage.

Rockland Journey’s End MarinaPhone: 207-594-4444$0.10 Off per gallon (min. 500 gals). $0.20 Off per gallon (min.1000 gals).

South Freeport Brewer South Freeport Marine *Phone: 207-865-3181Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discounts after their first stay. Valid at any Brewer location for 2015.

Southwest Harbor Dysart’s Great Harbor MarinaPhone: 207-244-01175% Off transient dockage, not to ex-ceed $100.00. Not including shore power. Pay with cash get $0.10 off per gallon of fuel

West Boothbay Boothbay Harbor Yacht ClubPhone: 207-633-575020% Off moorings.

MARYLAND Annapolis A & B Yachtsmen Inc.Phone: 410-263-907310% Off labor.

Angler’s Sport CenterPhone: 410-757-344210% Off rods, lures, terminal tackle,and knives.

Annapolis City MarinaPhone: 410-268-066020% Off dockage (excluding holidays& boat shows). $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Chesapeake Harbour MarinaPhone: 410-268-196910% Off dockage.

Chesapeake Underwater SportsPhone: 800-244-309510% Off equipment.

Christopher Ford Yacht Canvas IncPhone: 410-268-718010% Off all canvas orders.

Eastport Yacht CenterPhone: 410-280-998810% Off equipment fees associatedwith haul out.

Mears Marina AnnapolisPhone: 410-268-828210% Off transient dockage.

Mill Creek MarinaPhone: 410-263-9073$50.00 Off yearly slip.

Prana StudioPhone: 410-266-340120% Off 10 pass cards for yoga.

South Annapolis Yacht CenterPhone: 410-263-164325% Off transient dockage. 10% Off labor & hauling.

Uncle Bob’s Fudge KitchenPhone: 410-263-303220% Off store items.

Arnold Ferry Point Marina & YachtyardPhone: 410-544-636810% Off transient dockage.

Baltimore Anchorage MarinaPhone: 410-522-7200$0.25 Off per foot for transient dockage (excluding holiday, festivalweekends & electric).

Baltimore Boating CenterPhone: 410-687-20002 for the price of 1 Paddleboard rentals

Baltimore Marine Centers at HarborViewPhone: 410-752-1122$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel at BMC InnerHarbor during transient visit at the marina.

Baltimore Marine Centers at InnerHarborPhone: 410-837-5339$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel during transient visit at the marina.

Baltimore Marine Centers at Lighthouse PointPhone: 410-675-8888$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel during transient visit at the marina.

Bin 604 Wine SellersPhone: 410-576-044410% Off all wines, accessories, gifts,wine tasting events, and classes. Winecannot be combined with standardcase discount.

Bo Brooks at Lighthouse PointPhone: 410-558-020210% Off food including crabs. Excludes alcohol.

BrassworksPhone: 410-327-728010% Off brass and copper polishing,lacquering, and repairs. 15% Off retail sales.

Canton Self StoragePhone: 410-285-766610% Off standard rent rates.

Essex Marina and Boat SalesPhone: 410-686-343510% Off dockage 20% Off Sealand VacuFlush complete system.

Harbor East MarinaPhone: 410-625-170010% Off transient dockage.

Henderson’s Wharf Marina & InnPhone: 410-732-104910% Off transient dockage. Electric not included.

Kali’s CourtPhone: 410-276-47005% Off entire menu.

Langermann’sPhone: 410-534-328715% discount on lunch, dinner & drinks.*Not valid with any other offers or forhappy hour specials. Does not includebreakfast, taxes or gratuity.

Nick’s Fish HousePhone: 410-539-8895$50.00 restaurant gift card with new slip contracts. 10% Off semi-annual and annual slips.

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Why rent a slip when you can buy?

Contact us about slip ownership opportunities

410-885-2706

lighthouse at the entranceFull service marina with covered

and open slips available now.

Close to Home-Close to the Bay.Close to Home-Close to the Bay.

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SMS Marine Surveyors & TechniciansPhone: 410-978-295110% Off labor services. $2.00/ft Off on marine surveys.

Tidewater Yacht Service at Port Covington Maritime CenterPhone: 410-625-499210% Off items in the ship’s store.

Cambridge River Marsh MarinaPhone: 410-901-6380Stay 2 nights & get 3rd night free (Sun-Thurs, resort fee and electric still apply on the free night).

Chesapeake City Inn At The CanalPhone: 410-885-5995Stay 2 nights at the hotel get the 3rd for half price (Mon - Thurs only). 15% Off at the hotel (April - Dec. Sun. - Thurs. nights). 25% Off at the hotel for same dayreservations. 10% Off most items at the antique store.

Chester Annapolis Boat SalesPhone: 410-604-696210% Off Yamaha Repower Labor.

Piney Narrows Yacht HavenPhone: 410-643-6600$0.05 Off per gallon fuel (cash only).Slipholders (owners & tenants) receive$0.25 off per gallon fuel.

Chestertown Mears Great Oak LandingPhone: 410-778-5007 ext. 1$1.75 Discounted rate for transientdockage. Valid 9/14 - 5/14. Sun-Thurs. Free Haul Out with bottom paintingpurchase. $500 credit to your seasonal contractwhen you bring a friend to stay at themarina for the season.

Worton Creek Marina LLCPhone: 410-778-328210% Off transient dockage.

Crisfield Somers Cove MarinaPhone: 410-968-0925Stay 2 nights and get the 3rd nightfree (Holidays and special events excluded). $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel on Thursday’s. (Not to be combined with other discount)

Deale Shipwright Harbor MarinaPhone: 410-867-768650% Off transient dockage on the 2nd night stay & free pumpout.

Drayden Dennis Point Marina & CampgroundPhone: 301-994-228820% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Dundalk Anchor Bay East Marina & Yacht SalesPhone: 410-284-104425% Off transient dockage. 10% Off labor.

Edgewater Liberty MarinaPhone: 410-266-563310% Off dockage (transient and contracts).

Rhode River Marina, Inc.Phone: 410-798-165815% Off parts. 15% Off service.

South River Boat RentalsPhone: 410-956-972910% Off charter rentals.

Egdewater Turkey Point MarinaPhone: 410-798-136910% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Essex Middle River Landing MarinaPhone: 410-686-077110% Off dockage. 10% Off service (new customers only).

River Watch Marina & RestaurantPhone: 410-687-1422$0.25 Off per foot of transient dockage. Marina staff must be notifiedat time of res. to receive discount.

Sunset Harbor MarinaPhone: 410-687-729010% Off Store Purchase.

Weaver’s Marine ServicePhone: 410-686-494420% Off transient dockage.

Friendship Herrington Harbour SouthPhone: 410-741-5100 ext.12025% off overnight dockage excludingMemorial Weekend through Labor DayWeekend.

Galesville Hartge Chesapeake ChartersPhone: 410-867-724010% Off undiscounted charters.

Pirates Cove MarinaPhone: 410-867-230010% Off transient dockage.

Georgetown Duffy Creek MarinaPhone: 410-275-214150% Off transient dockage for 2nd nights stay. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel over 300 gallons. Free Pumpout with 100 gallons of gas.

Sailing Associates MarinaPhone: 410-275-817110% Off transient dockage.

Sassafras Harbor MarinaPhone: 410-275-114410% Off transient dockage (proof of membership). 10% Off items at Marine store (except sale items).

Skipjack Cove Yachting ResortPhone: 410-275-212210% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Bay Bridge Marina Yacht Club357 Pier One Rd, Stevensville, MD 21666

(410) 643-3162 www.BayBridgeMarina.com

� State-of-the-Art Floating Docks� Transient Slips Starting at $2/ft� Monthly, Annual,

Seasonal, TransientsWelcome

� Dockside Pool� Hemingway’s Restaurant� Free Pumpouts� Diesel, .89 & .93 Gas� 10 Min. Boat Ride

to Annapolis� Full Service Marina� Yacht Yard� Fitness Center� Dredged Channel� Haul-Outs & Launches� Renovated Restrooms� Pet Friendly� Certified Clean Marina� Ships Store� Laundry Room� And more!

Seasonal Monthly TransientsSlips from 50’ - 60’ Still Available

But Going Quickly

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Grasonville Lippincott MarinePhone: 410-827-930015% Off transient dockage.

The Jetty RestaurantPhone: 410-827-495915% Off lunch and dinner food checkonly. Cannot be combined with anyother offer.

Havre De Grace Tidewater (Havre de Grace) MarinaPhone: 410-939-095010% Off dockage including electric fee.

Joppa MarineMax Gunpowder Cove MarinaPhone: 410-679-545420% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. 5% Off parts & service labor.

Middle River Chesapeake Yachting CenterPhone: 410-335-490020% Off transient dockage.

Intercoastal MarinePhone: 410-335-045810% Off marine store purchase. (Not valid with sale or discount items)

Porter’s Seneca MarinaPhone: 410-335-6563$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel with min. of 100 gallon purchase.

SS CanvasPhone: 410-344-118310% Off repairs & interiors.

Newburg Captain John’s Crabhouse & MarinaPhone: 301-259-231520% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off restaurant check (buffets & allyou can eat items not included). Proofof Marinalife membership card required.

North East Jackson Marine Yacht BasinPhone: 410-287-940025% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon.

McDaniel Yacht Basin, IncPhone: 410-287-812120% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Ocean City Safe Harbor SanitationPhone: 800-292-38945% Off services (including emergency service).

Oxford Brewer Oxford Boat Yard & MarinaPhone: 410-226-5450Overnight guests receive 25% off dockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discounts after their first stay. Valid at any Brewer location for 2015.

Pasadena Pleasure Cove MarinaPhone: 410-437-660025% Off transient dockage (Mon-Thurs). 10% Off transient dockage (Fri-Sun). $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Ridge Point Lookout MarinaPhone: 301-872-5000Stay 2 nights, get 3rd night free. 10% Off parts dept purchases.

Rock Hall Gratitude MarinaPhone: 410-639-701110% Off transient dockage (excludingHoliday weekends).

High Tide InnPhone: 410-778-669725% off dockage at Haven HarbourMarina if you book same day room and slip.

Lankford Bay Marina, Inc.Phone: 410-778-141420% Off dockage on third night stay.Excluding holidays.

Osprey Point MarinaPhone: 410-639-219410% Off transient dockage.

Rock Hall Landing MarinaPhone: 410-639-2224Stay 2 nights & get 3rd night of transient dockage free. Valid Sun.-Thurs.

Smilin Jakes Casual ApparelPhone: 410-639-728010% Off clothing & music.

Severna Park Magothy MarinaPhone: 410-647-235625% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of gas & diesel every Wed.

Solomons Harbor Island Marina, IncPhone: 410-326-344110% Off transient dockage.

Solomons Harbor MarinaPhone: 410-326-105210% Off dockage. Hotel discount of $99 per night.

Solomons Yachting CenterPhone: 410-326-2401$0.20 Off per foot for transient dockage.

Spring Cove MarinaPhone: 410-326-2161$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel with onenight stay min.

Zahniser’s Yachting CenterPhone: 410-326-2166 ext.415% Off transient dockage with prior reservations. Excluding Memorial Weekend through Labor DayWeekend. Free Pump-Out with stay.

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Sparrows Point G.E.I. Marine Contracting & ConstructionPhone: 410-477-688715% Off boat lift service.

Gonce MarinePhone: 443-242-616220% Off transient dockage.

Spencerville Voyager Marine CreditPhone: 877-222-030120% Off Coast Guard documentation.

St. Michaels Bob Pascal’s St. Michaels Harbour InnPhone: 410-745-900110% Off transient dockage. Not validwith other promotions, holidays or Sat., June- Sept. 10% off at the restaurant, excluding alcohol & holidays.

St. Michaels Marina, LLCPhone: 410-745-240010% Off ship’s store accessories & apparel.

Stevensville Queen Anne MarinaPhone: 410-643-202110% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Schuman’s Cleaning ServicePhone: 410-604-280110% Off full topside or whole boat wax detail.

SpecialTeesPhone: 410-643-850510% Off silk screening and embroidering, and on orders $100.00 or more.

Taylors Island Slaughter Creek MarinaPhone: 410-221-0050Stay 2 nights get the 3rd night free.(Valid Mon-Thurs, electric not included). $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel (gas or diesel) with stay. Free pump out.

Tilghman Island Tilghman Island MarinaPhone: 410-886-250010% Off recreational rentals.

Welcome Goose Bay MarinaPhone: 301-934-3812$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel on Wed. only.

MASSACHUSETTS Boston Boston Water Boat MarinaPhone: 617-523-1027Stay 7 days, receive 1 free day of dockage.

Boston Yacht Haven *Phone: 617-367-505010% Off dockage when bookedthrough Marinalife. 10% Off room rates.

Constitution MarinaPhone: 617-241-964015% Off transient dockage for first 2

nights. Not to be combined with otherdiscounts. Up to 25% Off discounts with VIP cardat local restaurants and suppliers.

Cataumet Kingman Yacht CenterPhone: 508-563-7136 ext.110Stay 2 nights at a slip or mooring andget the 3rd night free. Free night is any non-holiday weeknight. Adv. reservations required.

Parker’s Boat Yard, IncPhone: 508-563-936610% Off transient dockage. 10% Off transient mooring.

Wood Duck Inn Bed & BreakfastPhone: 508-564-6404Stay 2 nights & get the 3rd night free (We are a short walk from Kingman Yacht Center & we providetransportation).

East Boston Boston Harbor Shipyard & Marina *Phone: 617-561-140010% Off transient dockage. 10% Off fuel.

Fall River Borden Light MarinaPhone: 508-678-754720% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. Transient boaters receive a Free Drink Card upon check-in.

Gloucester Pier 7/Enos MarinePhone: 978-281-193520% Off dockage. 15% Off marine supplies in store. 10% Off Honda outboards. 10% Off AB Inflatables.

Hingham Hingham Shipyard Marinas (Hewitts Cove and Landfall) *Phone: 781-749-6647$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Hyannis Hyannis MarinaPhone: 508-790-4000 ext.4Free afternoon dockage with a fill-up at the fuel dock.

Manchester Manchester MarinePhone: 978-526-791115% Off transient dockage for up to a 5-day stay.

Marion Burr Bros. Boats, Inc.Phone: 508-748-054110% Off transient dockage. 15% Off moorings.

Nantucket Hills of NantucketPhone: 508-228-135310% Off all gift items. Excluding prints & artwork.

Nantucket Boat BasinPhone: 508-325-1350Get On Board - Save Up To 50% this Spring & Fall. Please see “Marinalife Special Offers” for details,

some restrictions do apply. Guests at the Nantucket Boat Basinget 15% off breakfast and lunch atBrant Point Grill.

Newburyport Hilton’s MarinaPhone: 978-462-399010% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. Proof ofmembership required. Preferred guest program entitles slip guests to additional discounts. 15% Off food purchases at Michael’sHarborside & Ten Center restaurant.

Newburyport Boat BasinPhone: 978-465-911010% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel (proof of Marinalife membership required).Preferred guest program entitles slipguests to additional discounts. 15% Off food purchases at Michael’sHarborside & Ten Center restaurant.

Newburyport Harbor Marina *Phone: 978-462-399010% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel (proof of Marinalife membership required).Preferred guest program entitles slipguests to additional discounts. 15% Off food purchases at Michael’sHarborside & Ten Center restaurant.

Windward Yacht YardPhone: 978-462-650010% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel (proof of Marinalife membership required).Preferred guest program entitles slipguests to additional discounts. 15% Off food purchases at Michael’sHarborside & Ten Center restaurant.

North Falmouth Brewer Fiddler’s Cove Marina *Phone: 508-564-6327Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

North Quincy Marina Bay on Boston Harbor *Phone: 617-847-1800$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

North Weymouth Tern Harbor MarinaPhone: 781-337-1964Stay 2 nights & get the 3rd night free. Excluding: July 4th & Labor Day Weekends.

Oak Bluffs Oak Bluffs MarinaPhone: 508-693-435510% Off dockage (must book throughMarinalife).

Plymouth Brewer Plymouth Marine *Phone: 508-746-4500Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Quincy Captain’s Cove MarinaPhone: 617-479-244010% Off transient dockage.

Salem Brewer Hawthorne Cove MarinaPhone: 978-740-9890Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Salisbury LT Marine Services, Inc. Marine SurveyorsPhone: 603-512-600210% Off insurance appraisal.

Scituate Scituate Harbor MarinaPhone: 781-545-2165$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Vineyard Haven Vineyard Haven MarinaPhone: 508-693-072010% Off 200 gallons or more of fuel.

MICHIGAN Bay Harbor Bay Harbor Lake MarinaPhone: 231-439-254410% Off transient dockage.

Beaver Island Beaver Island MarinaPhone: 231-448-230010% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Benton Harbor Pier 1000 Marina, LLC *Phone: 269-927-447110% Off retail items in ships store.

Cedarville Viking Boat HarborPhone: 906-484-330310% Off dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Chesterfield Jefferson NorthPhone: 586-725-133810% Off transient dockage. 10% Off labor on any service or repairsfor new customers.

East Tawas Jerry’s MarinaPhone: 989-362-864120% Off your first year of seasonaldockage.

Fair Haven Terry’s MarinaPhone: 586-709-955920% Off transient dockage.

Frankfort Jacobson Marina Resort, Inc. *Phone: 231-620-0474$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel w/purchase of 100 gallons or more.

Holland Spine Align, Inc.Phone: 616-392-456510% Off the purchase of a Yacht Mattress.

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Macatawa Eldean Shipyard *Phone: 616-335-584310% Off transient dockage.

Monroe Riverfront MarinaPhone: 734-242-073720% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

New Buffalo Oselka Marina *Phone: 269-469-2600 ext 410% Off transient dockage.

Petoskey Petoskey City Marina *Phone: 231-347-6691 Summer10% Off transient dockage.

Saginaw TideSlide Mooring Systems — PSI Marine Inc.Phone: 989-695-264610% Off for Marinalife Members. Must login to view promo code.

South Haven Woodland Harbor MarinaPhone: 269-743-362410% Off dockage.

St. Clair Shores Harbor 9 MarinaPhone: 586-776-565010% Off transient dockage.

Jefferson Beach MarinaPhone: 586-778-7600$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

St. Joseph Anchors Way MarinaPhone: 269-982-081210% Off transient dockage.

Standish Eagle Bay MarinaPhone: 989-846-6065$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

MINNESOTA Bayport Bayport Marina *Phone: 651-439-104410% Off dockage.

Hastings King’s Cove MarinaPhone: 651-480-890010% Off transient dockage.

St. Paul Watergate MarinaPhone: 651-695-378020% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

MISSISSIPPI Biloxi Biloxi Boardwalk MarinaPhone: 228-432-262815% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum Schooner Pier ComplexPhone: 228-435-632010% Off transient dockage.

Columbus Columbus MarinaPhone: 662-327-845010% Off transient dockage.

Iuka Aqua Yacht Harbor *Phone: 662-423-2222 ext:105% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Lake Ozark MarineMax Lake OzarkPhone: 573-365-53825% Off per gallon of fuel.

Osage Beach Formula Boats of Missouri *Phone: 573-302-800010% Off provisions in Gas Dock (excludes fuel). Free pumpouts.

Portage des Sioux Sioux HarborPhone: 636-899-163420% Off transient dockage.

Saint Charles Port Charles Harbor *Phone: 636-250-2628$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 5% Off parts. 5% Off labor.

St. Charles John’s Boat Harbor *Phone: 636-946-207320% Off transient dockage.

NEW HAMPSHIRE Freedom Ossipee Lake Marina *Phone: 603-539-845615% Off boat rentals. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. $200 towards a new boat purchase. 10% Off in-store purchase.

Portsmouth Harbour Place MarinaPhone: 603-436-091510% Off dockage.

NEW JERSEY Atlantic City Golden Nugget Atlantic City MarinaPhone: 609-441-8482 ext. 125% Off transient dockage Sun. - Thurs. Holidays excluded. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Kammerman’s Atlantic City MarinaPhone: 609-348-8418$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Atlantic Highlands Atlantic Highlands Municipal MarinaPhone: 732-291-1670 ext. 0Stay 6 nights and get the 7th night free. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

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Avalon Avalon Marine CenterPhone: 609-967-4100$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off winter service (winter storagecustomers only).

Bayville Good Luck Point MarinaPhone: 732-269-370010% Off transient dockage.

Ocean Gate Yacht BasinPhone: 732-269-2565$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Blackwood Mobile Marine DetailingPhone: 855-401-820010% Off all services.

Brielle Hoffman’s Marina EastPhone: 732-528-620010% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Hoffman’s Marina WestPhone: 732-528-620010% Off transient dockage.

Cape May Canyon Club Resort MarinaPhone: 609-884-019910% Off transient dockage.

South Jersey MarinaPhone: 609-884-240010% Off transient dockage booked through Marinalife at least 7 days prior to arrival.

Forked River Marina at Southwinds *Phone: 609-693-628810% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off purchases at the ships store.

Silver Cloud Harbor MarinaPhone: 609-693-214525% Off transient dockage.

The Marina at Tall OaksPhone: 609-693-214525% Off transient dockage.

Townsend’s MarinaPhone: 609-693-610020% Off transient dockage.

Wilberts MarinaPhone: 609-693-214525% Off transient dockage.

Jersey City Liberty Landing Marina *Phone: 201-985-8000 ext21815% Off transient dockage.

Lake Hoptacong Bridge Marina *Phone: 973- 663-197610% Off dockage.

Lavallette Ocean Beach Marina *Phone: 732-793-7460$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel

Longport Seaview Harbor MarinaPhone: 609-823-262610% Off transient dockage.

Parlin Morgan MarinaPhone: 732-727-228920% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel for transient guests.

Pine Beach Shore Point Marina & Yacht Sales, Inc *Phone: 732-244-2106$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Princeton Junction Bugher Marine ServicesPhone: 609-275-260010% off marine surveys, capt’s services, boat delivery, training, repo & custody services.

Red Bank Irwin MarinePhone: 732-741-900320% Off transient dockage.

Navesink Yachts Management, Detailing & ChartersPhone: 732-671-935820% Off management service.

Sandy Hook Bay MarinaPhone: 732-872-1511Stay 3 nights get the 4th night free. Free complimentary cocktail perboater at Beacon on the Bay.

Sea Bright Cove Sail MarinaPhone: 732-842-531920% Off transient dockage. 10% Off emergency haul-out.

Tuckerton Sheltered Cove MarinaPhone: 609-296-940010% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off marine supplies, excludesparts and electronics.

Waretown Holiday Harbor Marina & Yacht SalesPhone: 609-693-718815% Off transient dockage.

Weehawken Lincoln Harbor Yacht ClubPhone: 201-319-5100 x320% Off transient dockage.

NEW YORK Babylon Babylon MarinePhone: 631-587-033315% Off transient dockage.

Brewerton Ess-Kay Yards IncPhone: 315-676-271125% Off dockage. 10% Off in ship store. 10% Off haulouts.

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Brookhaven Beaver Dam MarinaPhone: 631-286-781615% Off transient dockage. 10% Off repairs. 10% Off merchandise.

Brooklyn Marine Basin MarinaPhone: 718-372-570025% Off transient dockage, except holidays.

City Island City Island Yacht SalesPhone: 718-885-230015% Off transient dockage.

Minneford MarinaPhone: 718-885-200010% Off transient dockage

Connelly Certified Marine Service, Inc.Phone: 845-339-306010% Off dockage.

Croton on Hudson Half Moon Bay MarinaPhone: 914-271-5400$1.00 Off per foot on transient dockage

East Hampton East Hampton Point MarinaPhone: 631-324-8400 ext 2810% Off transient dockage.

Gardiner’s MarinaPhone: 631-324-5666 ext 210% Off transient dockage. (Sun.-Thurs, 5/15- 10/15).

Halsey’s MarinaPhone: 631-324-5666 ext. 210% Off transient dockage. (Sun.-Thurs, 5/15- 10/15).

Three Mile Harbor MarinaPhone: 631-324-132020% Off dockage Mon.-Wed. 25% Off published rates at SEA-incorp.com.

Fair Haven Fair Point MarinaPhone: 800-947-948020% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Fire Island Pines Pines Marina Fire IslandPhone: 631-597-958110% Off transient dockage.

Freeport Mako MarinePhone: 516-378-733120% Off dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Glen Cove Brewer Yacht Yard at Glen Cove *Phone: 516-671-5563Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Greenport Brewer Stirling Harbor Marina *Phone: 631-477-0828Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Brewer Yacht Yard at GreenportPhone: 631-477-9594Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Mitchell Park MarinaPhone: 631-477-2200 ext 110% Off transient dockage Mon. - Thurs.

Hampton Bays Hampton Watercraft & MarinePhone: 631-728-820015% Off transient dockage.

Huntington Atlantic Marine Electrical Services, IncPhone: 631-470-408510% Off labor rates.

West Shore MarinaPhone: 631-427-3444 ext 310% Off transient dockage.

Willis Marine Center, Inc.Phone: 631-421-340010% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Lake George Dunham’s Bay Sea RayPhone: 518-656-924410% Off ship’s store.

Latham Dunham’s Bay Sea RayPhone: 518-785-617210% Off ship’s store.

Lindenhurst RPM MarinePhone: 631-957-19015% Off repairs. Special discounts on new boat purchases. 10% Off paints, parts, & accesories, etc.

Mamaroneck Brewer Post Road Boat Yard *Phone: 914-698-0295Overnight guests receive 25% off dockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discounts after their first stay. Valid at any Brewer location for 2015.

Mattituck Strong’s Water Club & MarinaPhone: 631-298-4739Stay for 5 nights get the 6th night free(electric excluded).

Montauk Diamond Cove Marina, Inc.Phone: 631-668-659210% Off transient dockage. 10% Off short haul.

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Montauk Yacht Club Resort & MarinaPhone: 631-668-7702Stay 2 nights and get 3rd night ofdockage free (valid Sun-Thurs from4/15- 5/21 & 9/7 - 10/31). *ExcludesColumbus Day Weekend

Star Island Yacht Club & MarinaPhone: 631-668-5052$0.50 Off per foot transient dockageSun.-Wed. Excluding Holidays & Tournaments. Gas and Diesel at “Cash Price” whenpaying with Visa, Mastercard, Discover,or Shell credit cards.

Morristown River Watch MarinaPhone: 315-323-190510% Off dockage. Returning seasonal guests get $100rebate for referring a new seasonalcustomer.

New Baltimore Donovan’s Shady Harbor MarinaPhone: 518-756-800110% Off dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel over 200 gallons.

New Rochelle New Rochelle Municipal Marina *Phone: 917-559-282720% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

New York MarineMax at Chelsea PiersPhone: 212-336-7873 ext.710% Off transient dockage Mon. - Thurs. for vessels under 75ft.

Newburgh Riverfront MarinaPhone: 845-661-491420% Off transient dockage.

North Tonawanda Smith Boys, Inc.Phone: 716-695-347215% Off transient dockage.

Plattsburgh Champlain Boatworks at Snug Harbour MarinaPhone: 518-561-213410% Off transient dockage.

Port Jefferson Danfords Hotel & Marina *Phone: 631-928-5200 ext.12310% Off transient dockage. 10% Off Hotel Stay (located on property). 10% Off at Wave Restaurant (LocatedOn Danfords Property).

Port Washington Brewer Capri Marina *Phone: 516-883-7800Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Rensselaer Albany Yacht ClubPhone: 518-445-9587$0.25 Off per foot for transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Riverhead Treasure Cove Resort MarinaPhone: 631-727-838610% Off transient dockage. Stay 2 nights and get the 3rd consecutive night free.

Rochester Southpoint MarinaPhone: 585-288-072010% Off dockage when paid in advance. Free wireless internet.

Rye Tide Mill Yacht Basin *Phone: 914-967-299510% Off transient dockage.

Saugerties Saugerties MarinaPhone: 845-246-753315% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off fuel. 10% Off repairs. 10% Off merchandise.

Sayville Checkmate Marine Services, Inc.Phone: 631-495-33265% Off parts. 10% Off labor.

South Jamesport Great Peconic Bay MarinaPhone: 631-722-356510% Off transient dockage.

Southold Brick Cove MarinaPhone: 631-477-083010% Off transient dockage. $10.00 Off marine supplies.

Stony Point Stony Point Bay MarinaPhone: 845-429-010010% Off transient dockage.

Tarrytown Tarrytown MarinaPhone: 914-631-1300$0.50 Off per foot transient dockage.

Union Springs Hibiscus HarborPhone: 315-889-508610% Off transient dockage.

Wantagh Island Boat LetteringPhone: 516- 785-833910% Off all phone orders.

West Haverstraw Haverstraw Marina *Phone: 845-429-200115% Off transient dockage. (Not Applicable during Holdiays)

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Samalot MarinePhone: 845-429-040410% Off store purchases, does not include sale items or food purchases.

Westhampton Beach Westhampton Bath and Tennis Hotel and MarinaPhone: 631-288-2500 ext 820% Off transient dockage. Stay 2 nights get 3rd night free (Mon.-Thurs.) Dockage discounts cannot be combined. Hotel and spa discounts available toshort-term transients (Mon.-Thurs).

Whitehall Whitehall Marina at Lock 12Phone: 518-499-970010% Off transient dockage. 10% Off fuel.

NORTH CAROLINA Bald Head Island Bald Head Island MarinaPhone: 910-457-7380$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Beaufort Jarrett Bay BoatworksPhone: 252-728-269010% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Town Creek MarinaPhone: 252-728-6111 ext310% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Belhaven Dowry Creek MarinaPhone: 252-943-2728$0.15 Off per foot of overnight dockage.

River Forest Marina & ShipyardPhone: 252-943-0030$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off in stock parts in the ship’s store.

Coinjock Coinjock Marina *Phone: 252-453-3271 ext 115% Off transient dockage. 10% Off marine supplies.

Midway Marina & MotelPhone: 252-453-3625$0.02 Off per gallon of gas or diesel.

Hatteras Hatteras Harbor MarinaPhone: 252-986-216610% Off purchases from ship store.

Morehead City Morehead City Yacht Basin *Phone: 252-726-6862 ext.310% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of the dock pricefor fuel (additional fuel discounts for500+ gal.)

New Bern New Bern Grand Marina Yacht ClubPhone: 252-638-031825% Off dockage for Marinalife members. 10% Off food purchases at Christophs’on the Water restaurant for long termtenants.

Oriental Whittaker Creek Yacht HarborPhone: 252-670-375925% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. 20% Off pumpout.

Southport South Harbour Village MarinaPhone: 910-454-748610% Off dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel (Up to $.10Off per gallon on large quantities.)

St. James Plantation MarinaPhone: 910-253-046325% Off transient dockage. Complimentary pump out.

Wilmington Cape Fear MarinaPhone: 910-762-125610% Off transient dockage.

Dockside MarinaPhone: 910-256-357920% Off transient dockage.

Wilmington Marine CenterPhone: 910-395-5055$0.50 Off per foot transient fee forboats tied up by 4pm. $0.10 Off per gallon of gas or diesel.

Wrightsville Beach MarineMax CarolinasPhone: 910-256-810010% Off labor cost.

OHIO Huron Holiday Harbor MarinaPhone: 419-433-214010% Off dockage

Huron Lagoons MarinaPhone: 419-433-320010% Off dockage

Lorain Copper Kettle MarinaPhone: 440-282-630110% Off transient dockage.

Lorain Sailing & Yacht Club *Phone: 440-288-050025% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Marblehead Anchors Away Marina *Phone: 419-734-139510% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel & freepump out with purchase.

Mentor-on-the-Lake Mentor Harbor Yachting Club *Phone: 440-257-7214Stay two nights and get the secondnight free! $0.40 Off per gallon of fuel (min 100gal purchase)

Port Clinton Catawba Landing *Phone: 419-797-600010% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Lakefront MarinaPhone: 419-734-55761 month free with 6 month contract;

2 months free with annual contract Complimentary $25 worth of fuel for first time guests only. First time guests receive 1 year membership to Lakefront Yacht Club.

MarineMax Port ClintonPhone: 419-797-449210% Off transient dockage.

Put-in-Bay Miller MarinaPhone: 419-285-590210% Off transient dockage (new customers only).

Sandusky Battery Park Marina *Phone: 419-625-614210% Off dockage.

Toledo Great Lakes ScuttlebuttPhone: 877-775-2538Free subscription to Great Lakes Scuttlebutt online magazine.

Vermilion Romp’s Water Port, IncPhone: 440-967-4342Stay 2 nights get 3rd night free. Free game of miniature golf for eachchild under 18 aboard a vessel withtransient dock lease.

OKLAHOMA Afton Harbors View MarinaPhone: 918-782-32775% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Sand Springs Pier 51 MarinaPhone: 918-865-21975% Off items in ship’s store.

PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Piers at Penn’s LandingPhone: 215-351-4101 25% Off transient dockage.

RHODE ISLAND Barrington Brewer Cove Haven Marina *Phone: 401-246-1600Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Block Island Champlin’s Marina & ResortPhone: 401-466-7777$0.25 Off per foot for transient dockage all year. 10% Off purchases at the Ship Store & Restaurant with dockage.

Newport Brewer Street Boat Works Ltd.Phone: 401-847-03215% Off Labor.

Goat Island MarinaPhone: 401-849-5655$0.10 Off per gallon of diesel. $0.05 Off per gallon of gas.

Newport Marina, IncPhone: 401-849-229320% Off transient dockage 5/6-6/15. 10% Off transient dockage 9/15-10/23.

Newport Yachting Center *Phone: 401-847-9047 ext. 110% Off transient dockage Sunday-Thursday.

West Wind MarinaPhone: 401-849-430035% Off transient dockage during Fall & Spring Seasons. Valid 9/18- 12/31 and 4/15- 6/15.

Portsmouth Brewer Sakonnet Marina *Phone: 401-683-3551Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Wakefield Belle Vue Yachting CenterPhone: 401-782-8899$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel withouttransient stay. $0.10 Off per gallon withtransient stay.

Point Judith MarinaPhone: 401-789-718910% Off dockage $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Silver Spring MarinePhone: 401-783-078310% Off transient dockage. 10% Off parts.

Snug Harbor Marina *Phone: 401-783-7766$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. $0.07 if paying with cash. 10% Off bait & tackle.

Warwick Apponaug Harbor MarinaPhone: 401-739-500510% Off transient dockage.

Bassett Boat CompanyPhone: 401-886-789910% Off service.

Brewer Greenwich Bay Marina *Phone: 401-884-1810Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Brewer Yacht Yard at CowessettPhone: 401-884-0544Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discountsafter their first stay. Valid at any Brewerlocation for 2015.

Westerly Lotteryville MarinaPhone: 401-348-806420% Off transient dockage.

Wickford Brewer Wickford Cove Marina *Phone: 401-884-7014Overnight guests receive 25% offdockage & $0.05 off/gal. fuel discounts after their first stay. Valid at any Brewer location for 2015.

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SOUTH CAROLINA Beaufort Downtown Marina of Beaufort *Phone: 843-524-442210% Off purchases at the ships store(excluding fuel/dockage).

Easy Rentals Inc.Phone: 843-524-227630% Off equipment.

Port Royal Landing Marina, Inc *Phone: 843-525-6664$0.15 Off per foot for daily dockage. Stay 2 nights at daily rate & get 3rdnight free OR stay 5 nights at the dailyrate & get 6th and 7th nights free. $0.10 Off per gallon of 100 gallons or more.

Charleston Charleston City BoatyardPhone: 843-884-300010% Discount on parts.

Charleston City Marina *Phone: 843-723-5098$0.05 Off per gallon of diesel withMarinalife Membership

Dataw Island Dataw Island MarinaPhone: 843-838-8410$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel, min. 100 gals.

Daufuskie Island Freeport MarinaPhone: 843-290-933610% Off dockage.

10% Off Daufuskie Crab Co. Restaurant. 10% Off goods in general store.

Georgetown Georgetown Landing MarinaPhone: 843-546-177625% Off transient dockage. Free wireless internet access.

Harborwalk MarinaPhone: 843-546-4250Stay 3 nights or more and get a 15%discount on dockage rate.

Hilton Head Harbour Town Yacht Basin *Phone: 843-363-8335$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Palmetto Bay MarinaPhone: 843-785-391010% Off Marina logo items at Charter Office.

Hilton Head Island Seahorse Yacht Charters & DeliveriesPhone: 843-422-102310% discount on our crewed charter rates. 10% Off yacht deliveries or captainingservices (power and sail includingcatamarans).

Skull Creek MarinaPhone: 843-681-8436$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel (100 gal. min.) .10 off per gallon of fuel $0.10 off per gallon for military.

Little River BW’s MarinaPhone: 843-249-1941$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Coquina Yacht ClubPhone: 843-249-933325% Off transient dockage.

Mount Pleasant Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina *Phone: 843-284-706210% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off published hotel rate. 10% Off food & beverage. Excluding alcohol.

Myrtle Beach Marina at Grand DunesPhone: 843-315-777710% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Osprey MarinaPhone: 843-215-5353$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

North Myrtle Beach Barefoot Marina *Phone: 843-390-201120% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Harbourgate MarinaPhone: 843-249-888815% Off transient short term dockage & electric. $20 Off per contract month for annual, semi-annual slip holders.

Pawleys Island Heritage Plantation MarinaPhone: 843-237-3650$1.25/ft daily transient rate & freepump-out.

Seabrook Island Bohicket Marina & MarketPhone: 843-768-128010% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

TENNESSEE Andersonville Stardust Resort & MarinaPhone: 865-494-764110% Off cabin rental. Must show Marinalife card at check-in.

Camden Kentucky Lake Birdsong Resort & MarinaPhone: 731-584-788010% Off transient dockage. Reserve a 3 month slip, receive 1 month free. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. Stay 3 nights, receive the 4th nightfree at the hotel. 10% Off parts, service, towing, & boating accessories. $100.00 Off any new boat. $50.00 Off any small outboard engine.

Chattanooga Lakeshore MarinaPhone: 423-870-2000$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

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Monroe Sunset Marina & ResortPhone: 931-864-314610% Off transient dockage (Mon-Fri. Excludes Holidays)

Nashville Rock Harbor Marine *Phone: 615-356-1111Free electric for slip guests staying no more than 5 nights. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Parsons Perryville MarinaPhone: 731-847-244410% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Springville Mansard Island Resort and MarinaPhone: 731-642-559010% Off transient dockage. 10% Off lodging & camping.

Waverly Cuba Landing MarinaPhone: 931-296-282210% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

TEXAS Austin Emerald Point Marina *Phone: 512-266-15355% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Canyon Lake Cranes Mill Marina *Phone: 830-899-771825% Off discount on boat rentals for 4 hours or more. (Valid Mon -Thurs.)

Corpus Christi Cardinal Maritime ServicesPhone: 361-443-194010% Off Cardinal Clean & Detail. 15% Off Marine Maintenance/ Service.

Flower Mound Twin Coves MarinaPhone: 972-724-18045% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Grapevine Scotts Landing MarinaPhone: 817-481-45495% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Silver Lake MarinaPhone: 817-481-19185% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Hitchcock Harborwalk Yacht Club & MarinaPhone: 409 935 3737$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Kemah Marina Del SolPhone: 281-334-39095% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Montgomery Walden MarinaPhone: 936-582-10605% discount on fuel for all transient boaters. Valid at all Marinas International properties.

Waterpoint MarinaPhone: 936-788-262825% discount on full day rentals & 15% discount on half day rentals (Boats Only, Mon.-Thurs. with at least 1 day advanced reservation).

Rockport Key Allegro Marina *Phone: 361-729-826410% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Whitesboro Texoma Marina *Phone: 903-523-430810% Off slip or cabin rentals.

VIRGINIA Cape Charles Oyster Farm Marina and ResortPhone: 757-331-8640$0.10 Off per gallon of gas & diesel.

Charles City River’s Rest Marina & ResortPhone: 804-829-275310% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. Free pump out. 10% Off boat supplies.

Chesapeake Atlantic Yacht BasinPhone: 757-482-214110% Off retail store purchases.

Deltaville Chesapeake Cove MarinaPhone: 804-776-685520% Off transient dockage.

Deltaville Marina *Phone: 804-776-981210% Off transient dockage. $0.05 per gallon of ValvTect fuel.

Deltaville Yachting CenterPhone: 804-776-989820% Off dockage (not including electric). $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel. Dozier’s Regatta PointPhone: 804-776-671115% Off transient dockage.

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Fishing Bay Marina *Phone: 804-776-6800$0.25 Off per foot transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Norview MarinaPhone: 804-776-646315% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Gloucester Point York River Yacht Haven *Phone: 804-642-2156Stay for 3 nights - Pay for 2.

Hampton Downtown Hampton Public PiersPhone: 757-727-127620% Off transient dockage excluding electric. Stay 2 nights & get the 3rd night free.

Old Point Comfort MarinaPhone: 757-788-4308$1.50/ft/night discount transient rate.Proof of membership required.

Salt Ponds Marina ResortPhone: 757-850-4300$0.25 per foot off standard rate. Excludes holidays.

Sunset Boating Center and Dry StoragePhone: 757-722-332520% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Hayes Crown Pointe Marina *Phone: 804-642-617710% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Heathsville Ingram Bay MarinaPhone: 804-580-7292$0.25 Off per foot discount for Marinalife members. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Hopewell Jordan Point Yacht HavenPhone: 804-458-3398$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Irvington Jimmy and SookPhone: 804-438-6010Free gift with any purchase. Mention Marinalife at check out.

The Tides Inn Marina *Phone: 804-438-441810% Off transient dockage Sun. - Thurs. Excluding holidays. Registered guests receive $0.05 pergallon discount off pump price.

Kilmarnock Chesapeake Boat Basin *Phone: 804-435-3110 ex.4 15% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

King George Machodoc Creek MarinaPhone: 540-663-274120% Off transient dockage. 10% Off parts purchased in store.

Kinsale Port Kinsale Marina *Phone: 804-472-204410% Off dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. 10% Off items in the ship store. Excluding beer & wine.

White Point Marina, IncPhone: 804-472-297715% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel (cash sales only).

Lancaster Yankee Point MarinaPhone: 804-462-701810% Off transient dockage.

Moneta Smith Mountain Yacht ClubPhone: 540-297-44843rd night of transient dockage free.

Newport News Deep Creek LandingPhone: 757-877-955510% Off transient dockage.

Norfolk Bay Point MarinaPhone: 757-362-843225% Off dockage.

Cobb’s Marina IncPhone: 757-588-540120% Off dockage. Little Creek Marina *Phone: 757-362-360025% Off dockage.

Vinings Landing *Phone: 757-587-800025% Off dockage.

Waterside MarinaPhone: 757-625-362510% Off transient dockage.

Willoughby Harbor MarinaPhone: 757-583-415025% Off dockage.

North Mobjack Bay Marina Inc. *Phone: 804-725-724510% Off transient dockage.

Portsmouth Ocean Marine Yacht CenterPhone: 757-321-7432$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Portsmouth Boating CenterPhone: 757-397-209220% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel. Complimentary pumpout.

Tidewater Yacht Marina *Phone: 757-393-252510% Off transient dockage (except for holidays and special events). $0.05 Off per gallon of diesel fuel.

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Reedville Smith Point MarinaPhone: 804-453-4077$0.25 Off per foot of transient dockage. 10% Off hauling fee. 50% Off pumpout.

Stafford Hope Springs Marina *Phone: 540-659-112820% Off transient dockage.

Topping Regent Point MarinaPhone: 804-758-445720% Off transient dockage.

Urbanna Dozier’s Point Urbanna MarinaPhone: 804-758-0000$0.25 Off per foot on transient dockage.

Virginia Beach Long Bay Pointe MarinaPhone: 757-321-4550$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Marina Shores MarinaPhone: 757-496-700010% Off dockage.

Rudee’s Inlet Station MarinaPhone: 757-422-299910% Off transient dockage.

Virginia Beach Fishing CenterPhone: 757-491-800010% Off transient dockage.

Weems Carters Cove MarinaPhone: 804-438-527310% Off transient dockage.

Williamsburg Kingsmill Resort and MarinaPhone: 757-253-170310% Off overnight dockage. Daily transient dockage is complimentary. Overnight guest at the marina get a free app. with the purchase of 2 entrees at the James Landing Grille.

WASHINGTON Allyn Port of Allyn Waterfront ParkPhone: 360-275-243015% Off dockage.

Anacortes Anacortes Yacht ChartersPhone: 360-293-4555 ext.2005% Off on yacht charter (before tax).

Bellevue Newport Yacht BasinPhone: 206-267-253520% Off first month for permanentmoorage.

Bellingham Hotel BellwetherPhone: 360-392-310010% Off at the Lighthouse Bar & Grill inthe Hotel Bellwether when you stay anight in the hotel.

Blaine Semiahmoo MarinaPhone: 360-371-044020% Off transient dockage. 10% Off in store.

Brinnon Pleasant Harbor Marina and Golf Resort *Phone: 360-796-4611$0.05 Off per gallon of fuel with cash payment.

Coupeville Coupeville WharfPhone: 360-678-502010% Off transient dockage. $0.05 Off per gallon of fuel.

Everett Port of Everett MarinaPhone: 425-259-6001Stay 1 night for transient mooring, get 2nd night free. (One time only)

Gig Harbor Harbor Place MarinaPhone: 253-851-427010% Off dockage.

Seattle Shilshole Bay MarinaPhone: 206-787-3006$0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Waypoint MarinePhone: 206.284.020020% Off dockage.

Tacoma Breakwater Marina *Phone: 253-752-666310% Off transient dockage.

WISCONSIN Oconto Hi Seas MarinaPhone: 920-834-256510% Off dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Racine Reefpoint Marina *Phone: 262-633-717110% Off transient dockage. 5% Off annual slip.

Sheboygan Harbor Centre Marina *Phone: 920-458-6665$0.25 Off per foot per night. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

Sturgeon Bay Bay Marine of Sturgeon Bay Inc.Phone: 920-743-652610% Off transient dockage. $0.10 Off per gallon of fuel.

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ACC .............................................................................106ACE Recreational Marine Insurance.....................131Admiral Cove Marina...................................................7AGLCA.........................................................................126AIM ................................................................................68Apponaug Harbor Marina .......................................119Barefoot Marina........................................................123Bay Bridge Marina ....................................................110Bellingham Marine Industries.................................68Baltimore Marine Center ........................................107Bohemia Bay Yacht Harbour.................................109Brewer Yacht Yards - Corporate ............................46Burr Bros. Boats Inc. .................................................35Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor.............................129Cape Charles Yacht Club.........................................29Captain Chris Yacht Services .................................117Castaway Marina .......................................................45Chafe Pro......................................................................12Charleston City Marina ...........................................120Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.....................45Chicks Marina ...........................................................102C-Map...........................................................................113Coastal Properties Management Inc. ...................27Collaborative Boating, Inc. ......................................43Conch Harbor ...........................................................104Constitution Marina...................................................53CubaPlus ......................................................................37Curtis Stokes & Assoc, INC.....................................86Danfords......................................................................116Diesel Doctor ..............................................................34DiMillo's Old Port Marina..........................................73Elite Dock.....................................................................45Esplanade Marina ....................................................103Faro Blanco Resort ..................................................100Florida Marina Clubs ...............................................104Fort George Island Marina.....................................129Fort Peirce City Marina.............................................92FR Smith.......................................................................45Golden Nugget Atlantic City Marina.....................94Grady White...................................................................9Gratitude Marina ......................................................109Great Lakes Scuttlebutt ...........................................121Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism .................25Harbor East Marina..................................................129Harbour Isle Anna Maria Sound .............................21Harbour Town Yacht Basin......................................121Haven Harbour Marina.............................................92Hawks Cay Resort and Marina ................................31Hope Town Inn & Marina .........................................97Hodgdon Yachts .........................................................15Hyannis Marina ..........................................................69Island Global Yachting..........................................10, 11Journey's End Marina ...............................................73Kadey Krogen Yachts..................................................5Kingman Yacht Center ..............................................77Lake Park Harbor Marina.........................................99Legacy Harbour Marina ...........................................99Long Point Marina......................................................35LXR Luxury Marinas .................................................132Maptech.......................................................................90Marathon Marina........................................................58Marco Island Marina................................................103Marinalife Cruising Club............................................17Marinalife Insurance ................................................127Marina Bay Marina Resort .......................................93MarineMax at Chelsea Piers...................................114MarineMax Vacations ................................................81Marinas Int'l....................................................................2Martha’s Vineyard Marina .......................................113Michael's Harborside ................................................53Mosquito Creek Marina............................................35Mystic Shipyard ........................................................129Nantucket Boat Basin...............................................59Naples Bay Resort & Marina....................................91Newburyport Marinas...............................................53Newport Marina .........................................................69Newport Yachting Center........................................119Oak Bluffs Marina ......................................................45Ocean Marine Yacht Club ......................................123Ocean Reef ..................................................................91Old Bahama Bay........................................................92OnSpot .........................................................................42Osprey Point Marina ...............................................109Palm Harbor Marina ...................................................13Pink Shell .....................................................................99Plantation Yacht Harbor..........................................104Postcard Inn ..............................................................102Power House Marina...............................................104RCI Marine...................................................................63River Marsh Marina....................................................111Rockland Landings Marina ....................................129Salty Cruisers Net ....................................................126San Juan Yachting & Sailing ...................................35Sandpiper Bay Marina..............................................65Saybrook Point Marina .............................................87Schooner Island Marina...........................................115Seacoast Enterprises................................................59Shore Premier Finance...............................................3Skull Creek .................................................................119Snug Harbor Marina..................................................45South Jersey...............................................................52Southport Marina .......................................................87St. Michaels ..................................................................14Staniel Cay Yacht Club .............................................84Stock Island.................................................................97Sunset Harbour Yacht Club .......................................4Suntex Marinas.............................................................6The Tides Inn Marina 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Vessel Vanguard ........................................................62Victoria Allman...........................................................116Vineyard Haven.........................................................113Watermaker.................................................................84Wayfarer Marine .......................................................128Wentworth by the Sea .............................................115Whitehall Marina ........................................................45

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