We are so sorry for any confusion and inconvenience this has caused. You may have received an email today from us with the subject line "Favor". It's asking if you have an Amazon account. Please know that we would never ask such a favor of our customers. Please disregard this email, and delete it immediately. Thank you to those who brought it to our attention.
This week we are open Mon- Fri 8am - 4pm Please feel free to call us if you need assistance. 302-422-2040
In other great news, it's almost that time again! Time to get our boats ready for that warm, sunny weather we have all been longing for. Be sure to get your spring work orders in as they are first come, first serve.
On April 1st, we will be open 7 days a week and forklift service will resume.
Another great season is coming to an end. Due to the cold temperatures the water is being shut off at the Marina on Thursday November 17th, 2022. There is a frost free spigot available to use - you will just need to bring your own hose. Also, please inform us that you will need to use it so we can place your boat near the spigot.
Thank you for another great year!
Cedar Creek Marina is CLOSED Thursday Nov 24th - Sunday Nov 27th, 2022. We will reopen on Monday Nov 28th, 2022.
Bridge Closure on Rt 36 to Vehicle Traffic – Indefinite Period of Time
JULY 15, 2022 -- Officials with the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) said today that the Cedar Creek Drawbridge (on SR36 east of Milford) will be closed to vehicle traffic for an indefinite period of time due to a mechanical failure.
Workers were able to manually raise the bridge to allow marine traffic on Cedar Creek to freely move under the span. However, with the bridge in the open position, motorists trying to access the area via Cedar Beach Road (SR36) will have to use a detour.
DelDOT engineers have not yet determined the extent of the problem and are currently unable to provide an estimated repair time.
Vehicle Traffic Detours
• SR1 Southbound: Continue along SR 1 SB and make a left onto Slaughter Beach Road then continue Down Slaughter Beach Road and take access to Bay Road north or south.
• SR1 Northbound: SR 1 NB make an early right onto Slaughter Beach Road then access onto Bay Road north or south.
Message boards have been placed at four locations leading into the area to alert motorists of the situation.
The above message was copied from a State Representative on Facebook.
Do you need a Vessel Safety Check? Adrian Morris of the Coast Guard Auxiliary will be in Slaughter Beach on Saturday May 28th from 10 am - 2 pm hosting Vessel Safety Checks. Contact Adrian for more information or to schedule an inspection. Call 302-503-1317 or email: email@example.com Please call the Marina to have your boat placed on a work rack that day for inspection. It is your responsibility to contact Adrian to set up the inspection. Thank you.
11-29-21 Cedar Creek Marina's email (firstname.lastname@example.org) is not working. We apologize if you have tried to email us and we have not replied, we currently do not have access to our email inbox. We are working on fixing the problem and appreciate your patience. In the meantime if you require assistance, please call us in the office at: 302-422-2040