8083 Ventnor Road
Pasadena, Maryland 21122
(410) 437-1870

Beautiful site and facilities

Unspoiled and protected creek

Just off the Bay

Many cruising destinations

Easy road access

Family atmosphere

Excellent security

Convenient services

Personal attention

All Sail

Hammock Island is a small privately owned sailboat marina located on Bodkin Creek halfway between Annapolis and Baltimore. We think it's the most attractive setting on Maryland's Western Shore, and most of our slipholders from Virginia to Pennsylvania agree.

The location was selected with sailboats in mind, the facilities were designed for sailboats and it is owned and operated by sailors. We can accommodate boats to 38 feet in slips and aisles designed for safety and ease of handling. On the island itself there is a two story lighthouse shaped building containing restrooms (with tiled showers) and a many windowed upstairs room where slipholders can swap sailing stories or pick a book from the library for their next cruise. There is also a shady picnic area with grill and nearly always a breeze.

Although we don't sell gas or diesel fuel, both are available next door as are repair and haul-out facilities and a ship's store. A de-icer system is installed for those preferring to leave their boats in the water year round.

Pier A 30 x 12 $1905
30 x 13 $2285
Pier B 35 x 13 $2400
35 x 14 $2880
Pier C 40 x 14 $2950
40 x 15 $3540
Pier D & Bulkhead slips
Annual $1435
Seasonal $1150

Directions - Proceed either North or South to Rt.100. Head East on Rt.100 until it merges with Rt.177, Mountain Road. Continue Eastbound (toward Gibson Island) on Mountain Road 3.0 miles. Turn left onto Ventnor Road. Proceed one mile to Hammock Island (watch for oval sign on the right).

Give us a call or e-mail us if you have any questions. And if you haven't done so yet, please stop by for a closer look. We look forward to meeting you in person.

Hammock Island Marina
8083 Ventnor Road
Pasadena, Maryland 21122
(410) 437-1870

Owned and Operated by Bill & Carol Durr
Since 1972

Web Design by Arin W. Durr