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    MM 1009.4 Loggerhead Club

    by grandmaR Updated Apr 4, 2011

    When we stayed here in our boat overnight, it was called Frenchman's Marina. It is now Loggerhead Club and does not allow liveaboards.

    I was not impressed with this marina AT ALL, for all of it is a fancy place. They have a restroom key ($1 deposit) which has the gate combination on it - but it is incomplete. (The combination is *0915* and the key tag leaves off the first star - if a nice person in the office hadn't told us, we wouldn't have been able to get back to the boat- our friends came and picked us up to go to dinner.) The floor in the showers is very slippery tile (no I didn't fall).

    The early weekend dock person ( until 4:30 -(female) doesn't monitor the radio. I had to call on the cell phone to get her to give us directions. She didn't know what the depth at the fuel dock was at low tide, or the depth in the channel. She seemed a nice person, just inefficient and clueless. The late weekend dock person (male) was very uptight about giving us fuel and ice at 4:30 pm even tho the fuel dock is supposed to be open until 5 - he didn't want to have anything to do with boats after 5 - he wanted to be in the office to do his paperwork - even tho the office is supposed to be open until 6. Very grumpy and abrupt. They do have block and bag ice (charged the same). They did give us diesel fuel. They no longer have BoatUS according to a sign because of 'complaints about the program' whatever that is.

    Equipment: The charge was $1.25/foot and $3.50 for 30 amp service. The ice was $1.25
    and the diesel was $1.73/gal.

    # THIS MARINA OFFERS: Yacht slips from 30 to 120 feet in length
    # 30-, 50- and 100-amp service
    # Cable TV and Phone Line
    # Laundry, Restrooms & Shower Facilities
    # Picnic areas and barbeque grills
    # Ocean, restaurants and shopping nearby
    # Onsite Ships store for your convenience
    # Mail delivery and fax service
    # New, state-of-the art power pedestals
    # Fueling facilities offering Valvtect marine
    specific gas and diesel
    # Reciprocal dockage at all of the Loggerhead
    Club & Marina™ facilities

    Fuel dock Picture from their website in 2002 Photo from their website 2007
    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Sailing and Boating
    • Beaches

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