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Fleet Annapolis

6 Dock St., Annapolis, MD 21401
(301) 802-3193
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About Fleet Annapolis

Relax and Stay on a Live-aboard vessel and/or Waterfront area unit Enjoy waterfront living in the Eastport area (Annapolis, MD). This Spa Creek boat is live-aboard ready! Excellent secure location with gorgeous views of Spa Creek, St. Mary's, United States Naval Academy, the Spa Creek bridge and the Annapolis area yacht marinas. Off-street parking, WiFi, Bath House include full bathrooms with showers, and laundry. We can dock her at the City Dock in downtown Annapolis, or any area marina or other Yacht Club (Optional) Your choice of mooring ($35) with water taxi ($3) or right at a slip at the city dock ($90) weekend ($120) Located on Ego Alley at the City Dock in Annapolis Harbor. She's also available in Deale, MD, 25 minutes south of Annapolis at Rockhold Creek Marina or any area marina with/additional slip fee, for a more "authentic cruising experience" She's an Albemarle 32’ with a full Queen in the master berth, two singles and a V berth sleeping 2 people. She will sleep 4 comfortably. There is a full galley and exceptionally appointed cockpit area with grill. The aft-cabin is air-conditioned. All amenities possible are on board and the location are the best on the Bay. The pictures tell the tale, so own a yacht for a couple of nights or a weekend, enjoy the view and experience aboard. Prime location at the foot of the Spa Creek Bridge and downtown Annapolis attraction, with parking and other desirable amenities. 15 minute walk to Annapolis and Eastport restaurants and many other attractions. Sample Itineraries Chesapeake Bay’s immense size means it would be possible to spend the rest of your life cruising here and most likely not see it all. A vigilant lookout is necessary, and navigating marker to marker is important. The maximum depth is around 200 feet, but the average depth is 25 feet and in many areas you could get off your (now grounded) boat and walk for quite a distance. You’re likely to encounter crabs, oysters, dolphin and a vast variety of birds which makes the area entertaining and educational, especially for kids. Distances can be long, certainly for sailboats, so consider getting to know a couple areas well rather than rushing from one anchorage to the next. Seven Days: Annapolis-Solomons-Annapolis Day 1: Annapolis to St. Michaels After checking out on your charter boat, head for the quaint town of St. Michaels about 27 miles south and east. Get oriented and plan your next day’s activities. Day 2: Exploring St. Michaels A bustling little town with a fantastic maritime museum, St. Michaels can provide enough activities for a week, much less a day. Day 3: St. Michaels to Oxford Head down around the southern tip of Tilghman Island and up onto the Trent Avon River. Oxford is about 30 miles from St. Michaels. Day 4: Oxford to Solomons Cross the bay to the western shore and head over to Solomons which is about 35 miles. Anchor in Back or Mill creeks. Day 5: Solomons The Calvert museum is the highpoint of this area and well worth a visit. Day 6: Solomons to Cambridge Solomons will be your southern-most point on this itinerary so it’s time to head north and break up the trip with a stop in Cambridge with its nineteenth century homes and shaded streets. Day 7: Cambridge to Annapolis This will be a long day, nearly 40 miles to Annapolis, so start early. Fourteen Days: Annapolis-Southern Maryland and Virginia-Annapolis Day 1: Annapolis to St. Michaels If you’re checked out near noon, you’ll be able to reach St. Michaels in time to anchor, stroll and have a great crab dinner. Day 2: St. Michaels There’s much to do in St. Michaels so take a day to explore. Wine tasting, museums, antiquing—there are lots of options. Day 3: St. Michaels to Oxford Get an early start so you have time to explore Oxford after a 30 mile trek. Don’t miss the ice cream at Scottish Highland Creamery. The dock in front of the Deltaville Museum Day 4: Oxford to Solomons Cross the bay and anchor in one of the nearby creeks. Get the lay of the town and enjoy a relaxing happy hour at one of the many restaurants. Day 5: Exploring Solomons The Calvert Marine Museum with its screwpile lighthouse can’t be missed. Then shop for some fresh seafood for dinner aboard. Day 6: Solomons to Crisfield Crisfield is a quiet little town with plenty of room in a modern marina. Try Watermen’s Inn for dinner. Day 7: Crisfield to Reedville Today you’ll cross into Virginia. Don’t spend much time downwind of the menhaden ships in Reedville but do make time for the museum and the Claud W. Somers and Elva-C, historic vessels moored out back at their docks. Day 8: Reedville to Deltaville A two hour run south will put you into Deltaville, where you can get a slip at one of the modern marinas. Tie up and take a very short taxi ride to the museum, its docks, and the wonderful sculpture garden in the woods. Day 9: Deltaville to Urbanna A short hop up the Rappahannock River and you’re in the tiny town of Urbanna, with its antique shops and a self-guided walking tour. Day 10: Urbanna to Tangier Island Tangier can serve as a good stop on the way back north to Annapolis. Tangier is a town lost in time. Call ahead to reserve a slip and watch the shallow entrance. Depending on your draft, you may or may not be able to make it in. Day 11: Tangier to St. Mary’s City To break up the trip back north, stop in St. Mary’s City. St. Mary’s River is the second tributary on the northern shore of the Potomac. There’s a good breeze and plenty of easy anchorages. Day 12: St. Mary’s to Cambridge You’ll need to double back a bit and then cross the bay again but at a very narrow point. Enjoy the bay as this will be a long sailing day. Day 13: Cambridge to Annapolis Rise early and get a head start on this 40 mile trip north, giving yourself plenty of time to tie up in Annapolis. Day 14: Annapolis Return your boat early and head into town. Take a tour of the Naval Academy or explore the many shops and restaurants.

Lodging

Campsite

- Cable TV Hookup

- Camping Hookups in Winter

- Electric Hookups

- Flush Toilets

- Hot Shower(s)

- Lodge/Central Building

- Water Hookups

In-Room

- Air Conditioning

- Cable/Satellite TV

- Coffee and/or Tea Maker

- Free Newspapers

- Full Kitchen 

- High Speed Wireless Internet

- Kitchenette

- Microwave

- Movie Rental

- Radio Alarm Clock

- Refrigerator

- Rooms with Shared Bath

- Telephones

Meeting Amenities

- A/V on site 

- Meeting Facilities on site 

- Meeting Planner

On-Site

- 24 Hour Coffee

- Boat Dock

- Coffee Shop

- Entertainment

- Family Friendly

- Gift Shop

- Internet - Free 

- Internet - Wireless

- Laundry Facilities

- Lounge/Bar/Restaurant

- Marina

- Pet Friendly 

- Picnic Area

- Restaurant on Property

- Shuttle Service - Airport  

- Waterfront

- Waterview

Policy

- Cancellation Policy

Full refund 5 days prior to arrival

- Check-In Time

3PM

- Check-Out Time

11AM

- Deposit Policy

$200 security deposit

- Pet Deposit/Fee

Room Options

- 100% Smoke Free

- 2-Bedroom Units

- Extended Stay

- Standard Rooms