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South Annapolis Yacht Centre

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1 Walton Lane
Annapolis, MD 21403
38° 58' 19.6'', -76° 29' 18.44''
410-263-1643
www.southannapolisyachtcentre.com
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
South Annapolis Yacht Centre
Partly cloudy starting later this evening, continuing until tomorrow afternoon.
74℉NW at 2 knots
Low02:02AM0.572ft
High07:49AM1.411ft
Low02:06PM0.359ft
High08:38PM1.621ft
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About


Welcome to South Annapolis Yacht Centre (SAYC); the exclusive in-town destination marina with 93 seasonal and transient slips accommodating vessels up to 120 feet. SAYC is conveniently located along Spa Creek in the historic Eastport area of Annapolis, Maryland. Considered the most protective haven for yachts in the area, our location upriver of the Spa Creek drawbridge is protected, quiet, and less subject to the wakes, currents & wind associated with being in the harbor. Just a short walk or water taxi to downtown Annapolis, SAYC has easy access to city dock, Annapolis Harbor and the Severn River. We offer an ideal homeport for enjoying the most popular parts of the Chesapeake Bay, or the perfect cruising destination for transient captains. Following a fresh vision under new ownership, SAYC is part of a rich Annapolis maritime heritage. Previously known as Sarles Boatyard (founded 1907) & Petrini Shipyard (founded 1946), the marine facilities are the oldest in the Annapolis area still in continuous operation.

Approach


As you round "Greenbury Point" you can follow the fairway marked by cans, bells, and nuns for about 3/4 mile. This will allow you to clear "Horn Point" shoal to port (FL. 6 sec. HP). The Severn River and the U.S. Naval Academy will be directly in front of you. Bearing to port you will enter Annapolis Harbor. At the split channel marker (GC "1SC") bear left leaving the mooring field to starboard. Pass under the Spa Creek Bridge (opens on request every half hour, in season - VHF CH 13 / 410-974-3840) and the marina will be directly ahead towards the covered slips. The main turning basin is due west from the bridge with additional dockage past the covered slips to port.

Services & Amenities

Last Updated: Jul 25, 2017

Dockage:Yes
Fuel Dock:Nearby
Water Hookup:Yes
Maintenance Facility:Yes
Water Taxi:Yes
Wi-Fi:Yes
Pump-out:Yes
Restrooms:Yes
Showers:Yes
Ice:Yes
Boat Ramp:Yes
Security:Yes
Groceries:Nearby
Alcohol:Nearby
Medical Facility:Nearby
Hotels:Nearby
Restaurants:Nearby
Max. Vessel LOA:120.0 Feet
Max. Slip Length:75.0 Feet
Electric Amps:30, 50, 100
Winter Storage:Yes
Travel Lift:Yes
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n2570rAug 10, 2017

We enjoyed staying in the heart of Annapolis at a historic marina.

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