Reviews: Hudgins Horn Harbor Marina

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  • Review for Hudgins Horn Harbor Marina

    Reviewed by: John Cox on Jul 22, 2019
    Vessel Type: Sail
    LOA: 42'
    Draft: 4.0'

    Rating: 5

    The nicest folks we met on our trip south from Annapolis. We came into the marina late and the owner stayed to wait on us. Showed us all of the facilities and arranged for a ride to town for dinner. His wife came and met us and handled the business side of things that night so we could get an early start. The marina is deep in the harbor and the depths are tight, but we navigated the channel and were fine.

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  • Review for Hudgins Horn Harbor Marina

    Reviewed by: John Rockwell on Apr 29, 2018
    Vessel Type: Power
    LOA: 40'
    Draft: 4.0'

    Rating: 5

    Peaceful, scenic and serene. A restful must stop after grinding up or down the Chesapeake on the semiannual migration. This is in the middle of nowhere - isn't that why we go boating?

    If I lived in Virginia, I would definitely keep my boat here. Covered slips away from the madding crowd. This spot is really, really protected from all wind and waves. When you wake up and hear the wind at your house in Silver Springs and think "Wow, it must really be blowing on the Bay," you'll go right back to sleep not worrying about your boat - this place is sheltered.

    Going in at low tide is OK for 4 foot drafts and less. (Ignore the white PVC posts - they mark oyster grounds.) Watch the depth finder and follow the Nav markers. There is plenty of deep water at the marina.

    The owner is a super guy!

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