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Click to learn more about our Carolina Loop programSet in beautiful Camden Count, NC, the Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center provides free dockage for cruisers' on the Dismal Swamp AICW Alternate RouteWest MarineGeorgetown County Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1776, Georgetown, South Carolina 29442(804) 725-5136 Situated on a secluded creek of the Chesapeake Bay in charming Mathews County, Virginia, the Inn has over 800 ft. of waterfront and 8 acres of wooded and open space.  The main Inn is an 1880's newly renovated farmhouse with a separate cottage housing the luxury suites just across the garden and pool. An eco-friendly and certified Virginia Green lodging establishment, The Inn at Tabbs Creek is just the place if you appreciate the natural splendor of the outdoors and want the luxury and comfort of a casual B&B.
On the Water GuidebooksBridge Pointe Marina, New Bern, NC 904-547-2219 Inlet Marina sits on the site of the old Sea Love Marina, along the AICW/Tolomato River’s eastern shores, north of St. Augustine Inlet, and hard by the Vilano Beach Bridge, will be a full fledged marina. Inlet Marina just opened with new fuel tanks installed for unleaded 89 octane gas with no ethanol and of course diesel. They currently are just a fuel stop but they are supposed to have their new restaurant opened on May 15th, called Beaches. This marina used to be the old Sea Love marina which was closed last year sometime then bought and is now permitted for 60 slips (not yet built), but they do have two floating docks, one concrete and one wood and a fuel dock. There is also a boat rental operation already there. They have a nice beach area near the dock office also. There is a lot of area behind the marina office which is planned for development with a Publix grocery planned as part of the complex and they are supposed to have a grocery delivery operation for the marina if folks want to get provisions while fueling..that is to come. The new owners are taking it slow but are committed to the new operations success. The Marina is very close to the St. Augustine inlet and on the AICW. So it is very convenient for cruisers to stop in for fuel.An active, gated golf community on the coast of North Carolina, Scotch Hall Preserve offers properties, homes, and other real estate options for those looking to live an active lifestyle.Our marina  is your boating access to Albemarle Sound, the largest freshwater sound in the country—55 miles long and 15 miles at its widest point. Placed strategically at the mouth of Yeopim Creek, the marina is just beyond the high insurance line saving boaters significantly on their insurance rates.

Downtown Hampton, Virginia Public Pier: Great as it Ever Was! – Captains Mark and Diana Report

On the Water GuidebooksSo GLAD to hear that the public pier in downtown Hampton, VA is fully back up and in business. Boy, the tornado described below must have been truly SCARY!

Hi Claiborne,
Chesapeake Bay thunderstorms are legendary. But we’re not sure anyone ever expected a tornado to hit Downtown Hampton!
On June 1st, a tornado touched down at the Downtown Hampton Public Piers, churning winds of 98 miles per hour. It was a Friday evening—and the start of the Blackbeard Pirate Festival—with the event tents up and docks full of visitors.
Charlene Clark and the band were playing and Ron on bass (and camera) caught it all!
Miraculously, no one was hurt as everyone took shelter inside the hotel. But the downtown marina and nearby Hampton Yacht Club were damaged.
I’ve included a couple pictures and a screenshot of the tornado’s track. The first picture shows piling and dock repair and replacement, the second a safe m/v Semi-Local tucked into the adjacent keyhole basin, know as “The Cove.”
Fortunately, the marina is back to full capacity thanks to speedy repairs. And DHPP is truly a great place to stop this fall and stage for a southbound ICW migration.
We visited there recently and met up with the new and excellent dockmaster, Jake.
As usual, the facility was a pleasure with its across-the-street access to waterfront Hampton. If you’re looking to rent a car, Enterprise has an office right next door. Or, if you want to explore locally, you can borrow one of the marina’s courtesy bikes and head over to Fort Monroe’s beaches, now open to the public as a National Park.
Best and see you On the Water,
Captains Mark & Diana Doyle
http://www.OnTheWaterChartGuides.com

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