2.2 meters (just over 7ft) is a problem almost every place. There are a few places where you would have to come and go on the tide. The 25 meters isn't a huge problem as you can transit the bay end to end but some of the tributaries are a problem. Crown Pointe is a problem. Places you can get into at a higher tide might leave you buried in the slip so that would vary.
Places you can stay for just 2 months are possible to find but for longer term without hauling you won't find them easy or generally available. First choice would be Little Creek located on the extreme south end of the Bay just around the point from Cape Henry. The US Marine
base is there and it's deep all the way in and out any tide. Right now they have a wait list. They almost always have a wait list.
We have friends in a boat with a draft
of 2 meters looking for a liveaboard slip
and are not finding one easily.
Other choices - York River Yacht Haven across from Yorktown, VA on the York River. Severn River Marina on the Severn River off Mobjack Bay. Doziers Regatta
Point in Deltaville. There are other places in Deltaville but the farther in you go the less water. Deltaville Marina on the Piankatank (not sure about slip depths). Tidewater Marina on the Elizabeth River in Portsmouth. Willoughby Spit has deep enough water most of the time but it is out in the open a bit more than all the others. Bay Creek Marina in Cape Charles. The charts
don't show the last leg of depth
correctly because it's new and dredged, but it's mostly 9 ft. Theoretically possible on low tide but I would want mid or better with 2.2 meters.
These would be places where you might find a 2 month slip. It's about all I can come up with south of the Potomac
may have places but at much higher prices and perhaps less availability. You can not transit the ICW
south of Norfolk, VA the depth
and bridges would have you trapped in short order. You can go up the Potomac
but I'm not sure where you would stay.
You should be able to find contact information on all these places on the Internet
. When talking to places about depth be careful. Our friends thought they had a slip in a marina they had no hope of getting into at high tide.