Diesel $3.69Brand: ValvTect
Gas Super$4.49Brand: ValvTect; Octane: 89; Ethanol: 10%
Morningstar Marinas at Little Creek offer slips for both sail and power boats as well as dry storage for smaller vessels With a knowledgeable and friendly staff and plenty of amenities, we hope your stay with us will be comfortable, convenient and enjoyable.
We offer transient dockage year round. Dockage is available for vessels up to 48 ft. with 30 amp, 50 amp or twin 30 amp power in select locations. We do allow transients for a few nights, but DO NOT allow liveaboards living at the marina for extended amounts of time.
I will not stay there again. They knew the size of my boat (35' with a 13" beam) and they put me in a slip that was so short I had to tie my bow to a pile that was near my mid-ship cleat and my bow protruded into the fairway at least 15' more than any other boat. The slip was less than 14' wide, so getting it in was a bigger challenge than it should have been. Once we got is we found there were no cleats available on the dock, so we were tying onto cleats that went with other slips. It gets worse though. The floating docks are in horrible shape feel like they will give way any moment. The wood is old and warped and not maintained at all. We had no showers available to us since we came in after the office closed and they do not open until 8 AM. By that time I was an hour up the bay. I would not recommend this dock to anyone that is transient. If you live in the area it might be a place you would keep a run-down boat in the water, but not someplace you would park a nice vessel anything over 30'.
Worst marina I have ever had the displeasure to overnight. The floating OLD wooden docks are a huge safety hazard. In some areas you would fall right through the rotten wood if not paying attention to your step. Any other marina in Little Creek, VA would be a considerable upgrade. Zero Stars for this one!
Person on duty was unaware of our reservation. I had to show him the email receipt from Dockwa. We were given poor directions to a slip. We docked in what was a derelict slip by mistake, with the directions given. One of my crew put her foot through the rotted wood on the dock. Someone finally showed up to guide us to the correct area. The bathroom and, I assume,shower (we never saw either), were closed at night, until 10 am.