Slips and Dry Storage

Slips and Storage

Dry storage facilities accommodates boats, RVs and pop-up campers. Haul-out, wash and launch are available by  appointment Monday through Friday.

Annual slip rates:

Slip size                 Active duty price                       All others

25’                         $2040                                        $2136

30’                         $2448                                        $2550

36’                         $2940                                        $3060

42’                         $3432                                        $3570

BACK LOT STORAGE RULES

Trailer / RV must be maintained in an operational state to allow moving. 
30 day written notice must be given to marina to terminate contract
All trailers must maintain current insurance and registration.
No lose materials or equipment shall be stored in or around the assigned space.
Covers must be kept in good condition and properly secured. 
No Trailer / RV other than the specified trailer / RV that is described in the contract agreement shall be placed in the assigned space.
Corrective parking by the Marina will be charged, to the owner, for each incident at $20.00 each.
If another trailer /RV has occupied your space, you should leave your trailer /RV at the Marina office area and notify the office immediately.
All decals must be readily visible and placed on the designated location of the trailer / RV which is mandated by the Marina office.
Patrons are responsible for the trash removal from their own assigned spaces
 

Customer’s responsibilities while hauling and launching:

Prior to haulout, sailboats must have furling headsails removed.
 
Hand Signals
Follow only the trailer operators LEFT hand
Baton straight up=maintain course
Baton to your right=steer right
Baton to your left=steer left
The further in either direction the baton goes=steer more in that direction
Baton crossing throat=turn off engine
Thumbs up=start engine
 
Hauling out:
Follow trailer operators directions to steer onto the trailer
Keep the vessel in forward gear and follow steering instructions to place boat straight onto trailer
Turn off engine when instructed
Stay seated while boat is brought up ramp and while transiting boatyard
A ladder will be provided to climb off of your vessel when the truck stops at the office
 
Launching:
Keep clear while boat is loaded onto the trailer
Boat may be safely boarded when boat is on trailer
Remain seated while vessel transits boatyard and backs down launch ramp
When operator signals with thumbs up, you may start your engine and check the vessel for leaks and proper operation
When you are confidant with the operation of your engine, shift into reverse, apply ¾ throttle and give operator a thumbs up signaling your readiness to launch and back off of trailer
Once boat is floating freely, operator CANNOT recapture vessel if engine stalls, so it is imperative you are confidant engine will not stall before giving thumbs up signal

Prohibited

The following actions are PROHIBITED by patrons on or near the marina piers, ramp boat storage lot, and comfort station:

1. Maintenance of any vehicle or vessel.
2. Use of petroleum products and / or other hazardous substances to perform
3. Washing of motor vehicles
4. Flushing of motors, bilges, sanitary tanks, etc.
5. Diving, fishing, crabbing, and swimming in marina waterways or piers
6. Rough play, loitering, running or unsafe practices on or around piers and comfort station
7. Use of any type of detergent to wash or rinse boat hulls
8. Glass containers or other breakable in marina comfort station or piers and grounds

 

Marina FAQ

Rentals

What is the process to rent a boat?
Contact the marina office for reservations

How far in advance can I make a reservation?
Up to 5 days in advance

As a new renter, what boats can I rent?
Carr Creek Marina requires a rental history regardless of experience. First time renters are only qualified to rent LEVEL 1 boats.

What are the boat levels?
1,2 and 3

What are the boats in the levels?
Powerboats
Level 1
Boston Whaler 15’
Level 2
Boston Whaler 17’ and 18’
Level 3
Angler, Tahoe and McKee Craft
Sailboats
Level 1
Rainbow 24’ and Rhodes 19’
Level 2
Hunter 22’
Level 3
Catalina 25’

What do I need to rent a sailboat?
You need to have ASA 101, Basic Keelboat or equivalent.

Can I take a sailboat out alone?
No, you must have one crew member over the age of 16.

Can one of my guests operate a vessel?
No. Only the qualified renter can operate the vessel and must possess the qualifications to operate the boat.

If I’m a first time sailboat renter at your MWR, what sailboats can I rent?
You can rent rainbows

What is included when renting a sailboat?
You will receive life jackets for those that are on the boat and all required safety gear.

What do I need to rent a powerboat?    
If you were born after July 1972, you will need to obtain the Boaters Safety course. Please bring this to the Marina so our staff can verify.   If you were born before July 1972, you will take a 20 questions test on basic boating information.

I have a Boaters Safety course from another state, will MWR-Annapolis accept that?
Yes, as long as it is NASBLA approved.

If I’m a first time powerboat renter at your MWR, what powerboats can I rent?
You can rent the Boston Whaler 15’

What is included when renting a powerboat?
You will receive life jackets for those that are on the boat and all required safety gear.
One 6 gallon tank of fuel

Does MWR provide the required classes to be certified?
MWR offers the both ASA 101 and Boaters Safety Course.

Are pets allowed on boats?
On all except the Tahoe and not recommended on sailboats.

Do I have to pay for the fuel?
The first tank comes with boat. Customer only pays what they use on the second tank.
Tahoe, Angler and The McKee Craft begin the rental with a full tank of fuel, at the end of the rental, the customer pays to refill the fuel tank

Can I fish on the rental boats?
On all except the Tahoe

How long can I rent the boat?
Sailboats rent hourly with a 3 hour minimumPowerboats rent hourly

What is the loading limit for all the boats?

Sailboats:
Rhodes 19’        4 passengers
Rainbow 24’        6 passengers
Hunter 22’        6 passengers
Catalina 25’        7 passengers


Powerboats (weights include fuel and gear):
Boston Whaler 15’    4 passengers        615lbs max
Boston Whaler 17’    6 passengers        915lbs max
Boston Whaler 18’    7 passengers        970lbs max
McKee Craft 18’    8 passengers        1,150 lbs max
Angler 20’        8 passengers        1,200lbs max
Tahoe 21’        9 passengers        1,700lbs max

How far can we take the boat out?
Sailboats:
Level 1 and 2 must stay between the mouth of the river and the 1st bridge(Naval Academy)
Level 3 and 4 may travel within Maryland waters
Powerboats:
Level 1 and 2 must stay in the Severn River
Level 3 are limited to the northern and southern points of Kent Island

Which boats can we take over night?
Only Level 3 sailboats (Catalina 25')

What size life jackets do you have?
We have all sizes:
Infant
Child 30-50 lbs
Child 50-90 lbs
Adult
Adult X-L

Can we bring our own life jackets?
Yes, you may

What’s included with renting kayaks?
Lifejackets for all participants with a sound making device attached

Can we take the kayaks off base?
Yes, but return times still apply based on the reservation

Do you have a Kayak rack I can use for the top of vehicle?
Yes, car-topping kits are available at no charge if requested

Where do I fuel the power boat tank?
On Level 3 boats, there is a fill fitting on the side deck. We will trailer them to the NEX gas station, you will swipe your credit/debit card and we will fill the boats tank.

Do you have to wear a life jacket?
Per Maryland law
“All children under the age of 13 must WEAR a US Coast Guard approved Personal Floatation Device(Type I,II,III or IV) while underway on a recreation vessel under 21’ in length in Maryland waters”
Lifejackets are issued to all patrons and it is highly recommended that they be worn by all.

Does weather affect rentals?
Allowing a rental to go or and request to be returned is at the discretion of the staff and management based on local conditions.
Marina staff must have a way to contact the renter at any time to recall them in inclement weather.

Haul-out/launch

How do you haul-out boats?
We use a submersible hydraulic trailer.
See “Haulout/ launch customer responsibilities” document on the Dry storage page on this website

When you haul out, does the rolling furling genoa need to be removed?
Yes, we experience occasional high winds

What is included when you haul-out the boat?
The haulout fee includes:
Haulout
Powerwash
Blocking
Re-launch

What is the max weight, draft and length I can haul-out?
Weight 30,000lbs
Draft 6’
Length 42’

When do you haul out/launch boats?
Labor Day through Memorial Day. Monday-Friday Weather dependent.
Generally not hauling out boats Jan and Feb due to weather and maintenance.
Memorial Day to Labor Day Wed and Thursday. Reservations only.

Storage (See Slips and Storage Page)

What is the length of stay I can store my vessel?
Storage contracts are written for terms of 1 year unless the patron is a “transient”

If I recently sold my boat or trailer, can the spot be transferred to the new owner?
No.
If the purchaser is a qualified MWR customer, they will need to sign a new storage contract.
If the boat is in a slip, they would need to be placed on the waitlist and that slip would be offered to the next person on the waitlist

Can I work on my boat while it’s on stands?
Yes, all rules and regulations must be followed. See rules and regulations on this website.

Can I sand my boat?
Yes, all rules and regulations must be followed. See rules and regulations on this website.

Can I paint my boat?
Yes, all rules and regulations must be followed. See rules and regulations on this website.

Is electricity provided?
Yes, there are 30a outlets along the bulkhead, however NFPA regulations state that vessels may not be plugged in while unattended.

Is potable water available?
Yes, along the bulkhead and seasonally winterized. (Generally off Nov. 15- March 15th)

Does the marina staff offer repair services?
We offer limited services. See service rate sheet.

Can I move my own jack stands?
No. Only marina staff is permitted to move stand. Please see office to move stands.

Does MWR Marina supply equipment for boat maintenance?
No. There are a few ladders available, but must be returned.

Is there a waiting list for slips?
Yes. An application can be found on the “Slips” page on this website

Who has access to MWR Carr Creek Marina?
Active duty and retired military and DOD civilians
Veterans with 0%-100% disability with correct VA documentation

Do you have any ramps we can use?
Yes, there are 2 boat ramps on base. Parking is extremely limited. Cannot impede Navy Missions.

Is there a dock we can use?
The 2 MWR docks are not conveniently located for use with the boat ramps.

Moorings

Can I tie my personal boat to one of the moorings?
No it’s only provided for our rentals and class boats.

Fishing

Where is fishing permitted?
Possum point is a designated fishing area.
Along the shoreline at Mill Creek and at the bulkhead at Carr Creek, fishing is not permitted, but may be allowed providing marina mission is not affected and fisherman do not leave a mess. (Trash in and Trash out. Please do not leave any fishing lines out. This can be hazardous to our staff. All equipment including wood blocks are for marina use only)
Fishing from the docks of Mill Creek and along the crane and dock area at Carr Creek ARE NOT permitted at any time.

Do I need a fishing license?
Yes. License can be purchased through Maryland Department of Natural resources and are required and on all boats and shore.