Chesapeake Bay

The Upper Chesapeake, the Middle Chesapeake, Kent Island, Baltimore, Annapolis, the Lower Chesapeake, the Potomac, and the DelMarVa Coast.

There’s no boating like Chesapeake Bay boating and we aren’t just saying that because it’s our home town.

The Chesapeake Bay spans more than 64,000 square miles and is home to 150 major rivers and streams. A true boater’s playground, you will find everything you need in the Bay. From live music and great tiki bars, to cruising with the kiddos, there’s no shortage of activities here. Snag-A-Slip is a free, online boat slip reservation site where you can explore awesome marinas in the Chesapeake Bay and rent boat slips easily. If you are charting your course or you want to see our marinas on a map, click the interactive map button above!

In Annapolis, there’s plenty of marinas and something to do for everyone in your party! Whip your little pirates into shape with a walking tour of the Naval Academy, or entertain the history buff of your boat with a tour of the downtown district. The nautical fashionista in your family will love browsing the boutiques of Main Street for popular designer brands and one-of-a-kind pieces handcrafted by shop owners. Once everyone has worked up an appetite, take a stroll from your boat slip to any of the popular dockside bars for a nibble and a pint.

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The Marina at Nautilus Point

Annapolis, Maryland - MD, United States

10

$2.25/ft

Podickory Point Marina

Annapolis, Maryland - MD, United States

$2.00/ft

4.1
Eastport Yacht Center

Annapolis, Maryland - MD, United States

$3.50 - $4.00/ft

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Port Annapolis Marina

Annapolis, Maryland - MD, United States

$4.00/ft

The Hideaway Marina

Edgewater , Maryland - MD, United States

$2.00/ft - $3.00/ft

Sears Marina

Annapolis, Maryland - MD, United States

$2.00/ft

The Upper Chesapeake Bay (defined here as the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to the mouth of the Susquehanna) is home to some of Maryland’s quaint boating towns, including Havre de Grace, Rock Hall and Chestertown. If you stay tuned, you may even Snag-A-Slip at one of the Bay’s hottest parties – Pirate’s and Wenches in Rock Hall – or, on any given night, throw it down at any of the numerous tiki bars boasting live music in the summer.

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Penns Beach Marina

Havre de Grace, Maryland - MD, United States

$2.00/ft

Duffy Creek Marina

Georgetown, Maryland - MD, United States

15

$1.65/ft

North East River Yacht Club

North East, Maryland - MD, United States

$1.50/ft

3.9
Nomad McDaniel Yacht Basin

North East, Maryland - MD, United States

10

$2.50/ft

Centreville Wharf

Centreville, Maryland - MD, United States

$10.00/night

5
Porters Seneca Marina

Baltimore, Maryland - MD, United States

$1.00/ft

Fill your day with plenty of activities, including a visit to Fort McHenry where everyone can partake in the Baltimore tradition of placing a penny on Edgar Allen Poe's grave. The kids will love visiting places like the National Aquarium, the Science Center and Port Discovery. Once the kids are in bed, this mild city turns into a collection of nightlife oriented neighborhoods. Depending on your preferences, you will have a blast at the hip corner bars in Federal Hill, Fells Point, and Canton or the fine dining restaurants and lounges in Harbor East.

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The Pendry Hotel & Dock

Baltimore, Maryland - MD, United States

10

$200 - $400/night

Inner Harbor West

Baltimore, Maryland - MD, United States

10

$15/ft/wk or $25/ft/mo

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Private Slip in Baltimore - Fells Point

Baltimore, Maryland - MD, United States

$10,000/sale

4.9
Harbor East Marina

Baltimore, Maryland - MD, United States

10

$2.00 - $5.25/ft

Baltimore Boating Center

Essex, Maryland - MD, United States

$2.00/ft

Holly Neck Marina

Essex, Maryland - MD, United States

$40.00/night

The Lower Chesapeake Bay (defined here as the Potomac River to Virginia Beach) includes some of the Virginia's great seafaring towns, including Reedville, Deltaville, Hampton and Virginia Beach. Whether you spend a day fishing in Reedville, sailing around Deltaville or partying in Virginia Beach, there's no shortage of things to do in the Lower Chesapeake.

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Coltons Point Marina

Coltons Point, Maryland - MD, United States

$1.50/ft

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Marina Shores

Virginia Beach, Virginia - VA, United States

$2.00/ft

5
Regent Point Marina & Boatyard

Topping, Virginia - VA, United States

20

$1.75/ft

4.8
Regatta Point Yachting Center

Deltaville, Virginia - VA, United States

10

$2.00/ft

4.8
Dockside Marina

Solomons, Maryland - MD, United States

$1.75/ft

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Dandy Haven Marina

Hampton, Virginia - VA, United States

$1.00/ ft

Take a cruise along the Potomac River and enjoy great marinas along the Virginia, Maryland and D.C. coasts. Whether you are looking to escape to towns nearby, or cruise to Washington D.C. and its renowned tourist attractions, there's no shortage of events and activities for boaters to enjoy at the many Washington DC marinas on the Potomac River.

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Old Dominion Boat Club

Alexandria, Virginia - VA, United States

$2.00/ft

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The Wharf Marina

Washington DC, United States

10

$4.00 - $5.50/ft

$50/night

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Captain John's Crab House

Newburg, Maryland - MD, United States

$1.50/ft

4.3
Coles Point Marina

Hague, Virginia - VA, United States

10

$1.75/ft

4.7
The Yards Marina

Washington DC, United States

10

$2.00 - $4.00/ft

The DelMarVa Coast expands from Delaware Bay to Cape Charles, encompassing 135 miles of Atlantic Ocean shoreline. From fun nightlife in Lewes, Dewey Beach and Rehoboth, Delaware, to fishing and surfing in Ocean City, Maryland, your days will be filled with fantastic attractions and memorable experiences. One recommendation from the Snag-Team, stop at the Assateague Island National Seashore and see the beautiful wild horses!

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16’ Deep Water Slip in OCMD

Ocean City, Maryland - MD, United States

$125/night

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Blue Haven Slip at Emerson Towers

Ocean City, Maryland - MD, United States

$1.00 - $5.00/ft

Sharks Cove Marina

Selbyville, Fenwick Island, Delaware - DE, United States

$1.80/ft

Home to the famous Kent Narrows, Kent Island boasts a 270 acre nature park and some of the best fishing and crabbing in the Bay. Boaters looking for the party life will find no shortage of fun on Kent Island – there are plenty of places to eat, drink and dance the night away right in the heart of the Narrows. Explore awesome Kent Island Marinas on Snag-A-Slip.

4.3
Wells Cove Marina

Grasonville, Maryland - MD, United States

$3.00/ft

4
OYA Oxford Marina

Oxford, Maryland - MD, United States

$1.00/ft

Dickerson Harbor Boatyard

Trappe, Maryland - MD, United States

$1.50/ft

4.8
Bay Bridge Marina

Stevensville, Maryland - MD, United States

10

$3.00/ft

4
Queen Anne Marina

Stevensville, Maryland - MD, United States

10

$2.00/ft

5
Kentmorr Marina

Stevensville, Maryland - MD, United States

$2.00/ft

The Middle Chesapeake Bay (defined here as the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to the Potomac River) includes some of the Chesapeake Bay’s most famous boating towns, including St. Michaels, Oxford, Deale and North Beach. Boaters who don’t get underway in the Middle Bay will be missing out – from the famous fish festival in Crisfield, to the charming streets of St. Michaels, there’s always something to see here.

4.6
Herrington Harbour North

Tracys Landing, Maryland - MD, United States

$2.50 - $3.00/ft

4.8
Somers Cove Marina

Crisfield, Maryland - MD, United States

$2.25 - $2.75/ft

4.1
Rod 'N' Reel Resort Marina

Chesapeake Beach, Maryland - MD, United States

10

$2.25 - $3.50/ft

5
Lowes Wharf Marina

Sherwood, Maryland - MD, United States

$2.00/ft

5
Selby Bay Marina

Edgewater, Maryland - MD, United States

$1.50/ft

4
Harbor Island Marina

Solomons, Maryland - MD, United States

10

$2.00/ft