Tilghman Island
Tilghman Island
Tilghman Island
Tilghman Island
Tilghman Island
Tilghman Island
Tilghman Island

Tilghman Island Harbor

Maryland United States
Lat: 38° 42' 48.6''
Lon: -76° 20' 11.05''
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Marinas near Tilghman Island Harbor

NameReviewsMax LOAVHFDock DepthGas / DieselLift / CraneWifiAmps
Talbot County Pier-

0.0 m

-Low 0.0 mHigh 0.0'----
Wylder Hotel Tilghman Island--------
Tilghman-On-Chesapeake-

50.0'

-Low 7.0'High 0.0'--twin 30 single 50
Fairbanks Bait & Tackle--------
Severn Marine Service-

57.0'

-Low 6.0'High 0.0'-

L

Yes

C

Yes
-30
Fairbank Tackle----

G

Yes
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Tilghman Island Marina
3 reviews

125.0'

16Low 10.0'High 0.0'--30, 50
Tilghman Island Inn-

36.0'

16Low 3.0'High 0.0'--50
Knapp's Narrows Marina and Inn-

100.0'

16Low 7.0'High 0.0'

G

Yes

D

Yes

L

Yes
30, 50
Lowes Wharf Marina Inn-

60.0'

-Low 4.0'High 0.0'

G

Yes

D

Yes
-30
St Michaels Marina LLC
28 reviews

230.0'

16Low 9.0'High 0.0'

G

$4.999

D

$3.999
-30 AMP, 50 AMP, 100 AMP
Higgins Yacht Yard-

100.0'

16Low 6.0'High 10.0'-

L

Yes

C

Yes
30 amp & 50 amp
St Michaels Harbour Inn Marina & Spa
1 reviews
-16Low 10.0'

G

Nearby

D

Nearby
-30 Amp 50 Amp 100 Amp
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum-

229.0'

16Low 6.0'High 0.0'

G

Nearby

D

Nearby
-30, 50, 100
Miles River Yacht Club
22 reviews

0.0'

68Low 0.0 mHigh 0.0'---
Things to do on and around Tilghman Island, Maryland

Tilghman Island, located on the eastern shore of Maryland, is a picturesque boating destination with a rich maritime history. Here's a guide to some of the top things to do around Tilghman Island from the perspective of a visiting boater:

  1. Visit the Tilghman Island Museum: The Tilghman Island Museum is a great place to learn about the island's maritime history and the watermen who have lived and worked there for generations. Exhibits include displays of traditional Chesapeake Bay boats, oyster shucking tools, and other artifacts related to the island's fishing and crabbing industries.

  2. Go crabbing: Tilghman Island is known for its fresh, delicious blue crabs, and visitors can try their hand at catching them with a crabbing expedition. Several local companies offer crabbing charters, where you can learn how to catch and steam your own crabs for a traditional Maryland feast.

  3. Explore the local waterways: The Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries offer a variety of scenic waterways to explore by boat. Visitors can take a leisurely cruise along the shoreline or head out for some fishing or crabbing.

  4. Enjoy a seafood meal: Tilghman Island is home to several great seafood restaurants, where visitors can enjoy fresh, locally caught seafood. Try a traditional Maryland crab cake, fried oysters, or other Chesapeake Bay specialties while taking in the scenic waterfront views.

  5. Visit Black Walnut Point: Black Walnut Point is a scenic spot on the southern tip of Tilghman Island. Visitors can take a short walk to the point and enjoy panoramic views of the Chesapeake Bay, as well as the lighthouse that marks the entrance to Knapps Narrows.

  6. Attend a local event: Tilghman Island hosts several events throughout the year, including the Tilghman Island Day festival, which celebrates the island's maritime heritage with boat races, music, and local food and crafts.

  7. Visit the Phillips Wharf Environmental Center: The Phillips Wharf Environmental Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the Chesapeake Bay and its ecosystem. Visitors can learn about the bay's marine life, including oysters, blue crabs, and rockfish, and explore the center's aquarium and touch tank.

In summary, Tilghman Island offers visitors a variety of boating-related activities, as well as opportunities to explore the island's rich history and enjoy delicious seafood. Whether you're looking to fish, crab, or simply take in the scenic views, Tilghman Island is a great destination for boaters.

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