Jean and Jerry Pattenaude will organize and host a cruise on May 15, 2021. They plan to sail up to Smithfield on Saturday, May 16 and return on Sunday, May 16.
Please make your own registrations at:
The Marina at Smithfield Station – Smithfield Station. Their site will route you to Dockwa.
Please let Jean and Jerry know if you will be attending or if you have questions.
Contact: (757) 644-7609 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jean took this information from their website:
For years, the Smithfield Station Marina has been recognized specifically for having The Best Dockmaster, Best Marina and The Best Dockside Bar!
Historic Smithfield is a charming diversion for cruisers who want to enjoy a colonial-era town and beautiful natural surroundings just off the James River. For those who crave a hardy and delicious meal after a day at sea, the marina's restaurant features creative dishes featuring world famous Smithfield ham as well as the bounty of the Chesapeake Bay's estuaries.
Vessels arriving at Smithfield Station Marina will find a minimum low tide water depth of 6 feet with deep water slips available. The floating dock marina can accommodate vessels up to 130 feet in length.
The transient rate is $2.50 per foot; long-term rates are also available.
Additional pricing for services is: 30 amp power - $7.50 per day, 2 x 30 amp power - $15 per day, 50 amp power - $ 15 per day and 2x 50 amp power - $30 per day.
Jerry Pattenaude's boat draws 4 feet and he sometimes bumps at a certain spot. He recommends arriving at high tide, which is around noon on Saturday.
"Broad Bay Sailing Association" is a non-profit organization. Virginia Beach, VA 23454