Yamaha’s Power the Summer Sales Event

Check out Yamha's Power the Summer Sales Event going on from July 14, 2017 to August 31, 2017.  Five years warranty, or $500 credit on new eligible models.  Call us for more details.

Yamaha’s Power the Summer Sales Event

Check out Yamha's Power the Summer Sales Event going on from July 14, 2017 to August 31, 2017.  Five years warranty, or $500 credit on new eligible models.  Call us for more details.

4th of July Hours

4th of July Hours

5 Great Last Minute Gifts for Dad

Have you procrastinated and not gotten Dad anything for Father's Day yet?  Don't worry, we all do it from time to time!  We have tons of great gifts for the boater in your life.

  1.  Not sure what he needs for the boat?  A Cedar Creek shirt makes a great gift for Dad.  We have various shirt designs in a wide range of sizes at both our Milford and Seaford, Delaware locations.  Also new this year are our white long sleeve performance shirts.  They are perfect for those hot summer days out on the boat.

      2.  Pick up a redesigned Cedar Creek Hat or a new pair of Calcutta sunglasses.  No boater can ever have too many of either.

     3.  We carry a wide range of boat soaps and waxes.  We can help you pick out the best products. Add a nice touch to this gift with a note promising to wash and wax the boat for him!!  That's a gift he'll be sure to love.

     4.  You can't go wrong with the essential maintenance items for his boat and motor.  We carry Yamaha oil, Yamaha's Ring Free, fuel stabilizers and additives.  Dad will appreciate that you were thinking of him and his boat this Father's Day.

     5.  We have gift certificates!  We're not saying that Dad is impossible to buy for, but a gift certificate is always a great for anyone.  You can stop in and pick one up.  You can call and have one mailed to you, but it will not arrive before this Sunday.

And of course we always have new and pre-owed boats and motors to pick from if your feeling extra generous this Father's Day.

So there you have it, 5 great gifts for the men in your life this Father's Day.  Stop by one of our two locations: in Milford, DE or Seaford, DE and pick something out today.

 

Our hours are as follows:

Milford:  Friday, Saturday and Sunday 7am - 5pm

Seaford:  Friday: 8:30am - 5pm ; Saturday 8:30am - Noon;  Closed on Sunday

Help Wanted – Seasonal Dock Attendant

Cedar Creek Marina is looking for a motivated individual for a Dock Attendant during the summer season.  This is a seasonal position through October 2017. The schedule for this position would be Sunday - Wednesday.
Duties to include, but not limited to:
  • filling boats with gas
  • assist forklift driver in launching boats
  • assisting customers at the dock - launching and returning, docking boats and tying them off 
  • attending to bait - frozen and live
  • taking out trash 

Applicant must be motivated, be prepared to be outside and on your feet most of the day.  Must have reliable transportation.


Please apply in person.

100 Marina Ln
Milford, DE 19963

Featured Boat: Pre-Owned 2015 Parker 2320 SL Sport Cabin

This week we are featuring a pre-owned 2015 Parker 2320 SL Sport Cabin located here at Cedar Creek Marine Center in Seaford, Delaware.  

Along with Parker's standard features, this boat includes a ladder back helm chair, bow pulpit, hi bow rail, trim tab indicators, port vent window, hardtop rod holders, a spreader light, black bottom paint, Taco Outriggers w/ rigging kit and Yamaha warranty until 8-23-20.

Follow the link above or give us a call today to find out more information on this 2320 Parker.

 

Memorial Day

Cedar Creek Marina will be open 7am - 5pm on Memorial Day.

Memorial Day Hours

Fishing Report

By Eric Burnley Sr.*

Updated: May 25, 2017

DELAWARE BAY It has not been a great spring season for keeper rockfish in the lower Delaware River and Upper Bay. The constant rain and wind have made for dirty water as well as discouraging many anglers from even going fishing. A scattering of keepers has been caught at the Yellow Can, 4L and 6L buoys, the Augustine Jetty, Dobbinsville and the pier at Woodland Beach. Bunker chunks and bloodworms have been the prime baits. It is still possible that there are some large females left in the river, but I find it more likely that all have gotten past during the bad weather. Not that it makes us feel any better, but the trophy season in the Upper Chesapeake was not that good either.

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