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Oyster Farm Marina

Cape Charles, Virginia - VA, United States

Oyster Farm Marina at Kings Creek - Your Luxury Home Away from Home

The Oyster Farm Marina at Kings Creek is one of Cape Charles, Virginia’s finest marinas. The marina is part of a 39-acre, luxury resort, making it perfect for a short or long stay. With a friendly, customer oriented staff you can assure to be taken care of during your stay. The marina has 124 fully cushioned slips and can handle vessels up to 150 feet. The Oyster Farm Marina has plenty of amenities to accommodate guests such as a fueling station, a ship’s store, showers, restrooms, laundry, cable TV and WiFi. Looking to cool off from the summer heat? Take a dip in the marina’s pool. Finish your day buy dining at Oyster Farm’s waterfront restaurant, The Seafood Eatery, which is open year-round. If you’re looking to explore the area, the marina is close to local shopping on Mason Avenue, golfing, state parks, and more. All you need to have a great vacation in Cape Charles, you’ll find at The Oyster Farm Marina.

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Amenities

  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Pet Friendly
  • Town Nearby
  • Restaurant Nearby
  • Retail Nearby
  • Parking
  • WiFi
  • Hotel/Lodging Nearby
  • Bars/Clubs Nearby
  • Ice
  • Security
  • Pump-Out
  • Ship Store
  • Laundry
  • Gas
  • Floating Docks
  • Beaches
  • Medical Facilities Nearby
  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Snack Shop
  • Event Space
  • Disability Access
  • Cable TV
  • Swimming Pool
  • Fuel
  • Bars/Clubs On-Site
  • Post Office Within 1 Mile
  • Hotel/Lodging On-Site
  • ATM
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Charters On-Site
  • Tiki Bar
  • Hardware
  • Oil Recycling
  • Bathhouse
  • Lockers
  • Plunge Pool

Location

37.27933 / -76.01144

Oyster Farm Marina

Cape Charles, Virginia - VA, United States

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$2.50/ft

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Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made 48 hours prior to stay.

Waterway Guide Review

Mark O on July 4th, 2021:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
DIVERSION Sail 38 ft 5.4 ft

There are few sailboats in the marina. Now I know why. Disclosure: was our "go-to" marina years ago but have not been in ~10 years (with opening of more accessible Cape Charles City Docks now Cape Charles Town Harbor.

Navigation: Draw 5'4" and planned transit on a +1 tide > MLLW (at the Coast Guard Station; Tide Times and Tide Chart for Cape Charles (tide-forecast.com). Water line was down ~ 2.5 feet on marks from high tide line. Called to see if prudent, VM and no call back. Direction/details from website outdated and WRONG.

30 June, grounded twice in the channel. Per watermen who came by "…When in doubt …stay to the red side…." Power boats appear to have little difficulty but sailboats…enter with caution.

Next day (7.1.21) went to the office to talk about the channel and learned they have an updated (not on website; 6.2.2021 version) soundings from Labor Day 2021. Key: at R4,6,8 as close as possible (even if departing). Departed the next day on a 1.25' positive tide and using "new" instructions saw good water throughout transit (shallowest water vic of the marina).

As transient, expect to be moored on "A" Dock which is as far away from anything as possible and completely exposed. Wifi at the Dockmaster office excellent but at A10 (berth) poor (generous). Hotspot from phone worked (ATT). Of note, number of boats with own addresses/routers and am sure high streaming rates may have impacted but signal still very, very weak.

Facilities above average repair and cleanliness. Very wide full length floating piers (both sides). Men's and women's showers (requires code and separate from open restrooms) are awesome compared to average marina. Pool is reasonable for facility.

Restaurant on site (Seafood Eatery). We had reservations 1830 and glad we did: crowded. Food was well prepared, but this is essentially the "go-to" for the cottages and other vacationers so expect very high noise (request seating as far from the door as possible and far side of aquarium), lots of very energized children: not elegant dining in days of yore. She-crab soup was very good (and recommended). Other dishes were served quickly, tasty and good value.

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Joe on June 28th, 2021:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Knot 5280 Sail 46 ft 4.5 ft

Good marina but limited services on site. The marina office should warn you of the shallow entrance when you book . The charts show 8-10 ft but we draw 4.3 ft and our depth registered 0 a few times. Favor the reds coming in. Out of pure luck on timing we entered at high tide and lucked out. Sailboats must enter at high tide or risk getting stuck.We saw one stuck in the channel for 3 hours and it wasn't even a transient boat! Once at our slip we enjoyed our 2 night stay.

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May 9th, 2021:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Callin' In Gone Power 32 ft 2.0 ft

Easy well marked entrance to marina dockhands helped with gas and tie up. Great floating docks. Office closed Monday Tuesday. Low numbers of transient boaters. This is a busy weekend marina. Easy bike ride to town and public beaches. Restaurants and shops open. Pool opens Memorial Day. Marina beach behind restaurant lovely. Lots of sea grass. Cherrystone Fisheries adjoins marina. Lots of boating activity. Wonderful restaurant Oyster Farms Seafood Eatery.

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Dan on June 8th, 2020:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Kairos Sail 26 ft 5.0 ft

Service was not good, no response when trying to contact the Dockmaster Amber. Closed at 3 in the afternoon on a Saturday. Closed all day Sunday, no service to the restrooms all weekend. The Channel, inbound when you turn at red maker 4, stay tight to the red side and go direct to red 6, stay tight to the red side. We followed a big sport fisher, glad the locals were in the channel.

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Douglas on September 30th, 2019:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
WAYfarer Power 44 ft 3.5 ft

Very nice marina and staff. Fuel prices tend to be high but that is due to their more remote location. Good restaurant onsite.