Stayed for four nights in October. Only one using the mooring field for the entire time. No problems with quality and stability of mooring ball. Only downside was the closest dinghy dock was closed--the street entrance/exit was closed with under construction signs. Fortunately there is a town dinghy dock at the southern end of the waterway which was convenient, but a 10 minute ride through the no wake zone. Easy access to shore facilities from there, 5 min walk to beach, 20 min walk to Publix grocery store and plenty of restaurants. Would definitely return.
Easy in and out with a pleasant staff to help you get set up when you dock. However, came here for three primary reasons: 1) fill up water tanks; 2) update our smartphones via wifi; and 3) have a great prime rib dinner at the restaurant. Sorry to say we weren't able to accomplish our goals. First the water tested at 700+ parts per million. EPA says anything over 500 is not potable. We usually have only put water in out tanks up to a reading of 300; 2) could never connect to the WIFI signal (we were at the end of the dock though); and 3) restaurant was OK but was expecting more given its reputation. It just did not live up to the hype.
Nice marina situated around a corporate office park. Dave the manager was nice to deal with and helped us into our slip. Nice gas grills available to use. Secured gate entrance for each pier. Nothing really close by to walk to for either restaurants or grocery stores. There is a corporate cafeteria open for breakfast or lunch in the complex. Nice stopover point.
Great location in Eastport area of Annapolis. Not a "full service" marina where there are dockhands to help with lines. It's more of a do-it-yourself slip. Stern in with pilings and lines that divide the slips. Bathrooms are nice and clean with showers. A good 15 minute walk over the bridge to downtown Annapolis. Were nice enough to deal with some Amazon deliveries for us. We'd stay there again.