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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.
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.
The bridge on Route 36 in Slaughter Beach that crosses Cedar Creek will be closed again: June 14 - 28, 2021.
Here is the press release directly from the Del-Dot website:
TRAFFIC ALERT - Counterweight Work Will Require the Closure of the Bridge over Cedar Creek-Sussex County
Traffic Information: DelDOT announces to motorists that their contractor will perform counter-weight work on the bridge over Cedar Creek on Route 36/Cedar Beach Road between Lighthouse Road and Marina Lane.
The road closure will occur at 6 a.m. on Monday, June 14 until 5 p.m. on Monday, June 28, pending weather.
The bridge will be open to marine traffic.
Motorists traveling east on Route 36/Cedar Beach Road will be detoured south on Route 1 to Slaughter Beach Road northeast to Bay Avenue.
Motorists traveling west on Route 36/Cedar Beach Road will be detoured south on Bay Avenue to Slaughter Beach Road onto Route 1 and take Cedar Creek Road eastbound.
Detour signage will be posted for motorists. At all times, residents will have access to their homes but may need to take the posted detour route.
Cedar Creek Marina is looking for a FT Experienced Marine Technician for our boat dealership and marina in Slaughter Beach, DE. Duties to include but not limited to: servicing new and used boats, motors and trailers, and giving customers demos. Work in a shop with heat and AC. Minimum 3 years experience required. Must have reliable transportation.
Cedar Creek Marina is looking for motivated individual to help around the yard. Includes a variety of tasks, but not limited to: cleaning equipment, washing and powerwashing boats, bottom painting boats, taking out trash, keeping yard and dock clean, cutting grass, filling boats with gas, assisting customers on the dock, handling bait, and assisting other personnel as needed. This would be a great job for a student or retiree.