can be VERY expensive, you are paying for the name and proximity to ego alley. I don't think there is a bad marina in Annapolis, never heard that from a soul. Just expensive, you might get a deal.
While not in Annapolis I can highly recommend Old Bay Marina in Edgmere near Baltimore
. Probably a shorter drive for you too. The owner Brian is a great guy and great prices. Easy access to the bay and harbor and only ~14 miles by water
North of you. He quoted me ~$200 for a in out with a week on the hard
. Roughly $200 a month on the hard
from there on.
Point and Fair Winds on the Magothy River are worth looking into as well, we've slipped at Ferry
Point and everyone I know that has dealt with Fair Winds likes them, friendly folks the few times I have looked at boats in the yard.
Harrington Harbor in Deale is nice, a West Marine
on site and security
patrol. The boat I am buying
costs ~$200 a month on the hard.
While I love the folks at the old Pasadena Boatel, it is tricky running that inlet in the off season and low Spring tides make a sailboat trickier. Still, a really good yard.
Fairview in Pasadena, I have never kept a boat there but have looked at their yard, they have a great local reputation too.
Ventnor and Pleasure Cove on the Bodkin are worth a call too.
I'd avoid the big well known sailboat marina on Rock Creek in Pasadena MD. Happy to share the name via PM so you can avoid them. There are several other smaller marinas
on Rock Creek that are great folks and don't want them to suffer.