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Places To Visit By Boat

Peninsula Salt Water Sport

Fishing Association: Throughout Year – The Peninsula Salt Water Sport Fisherman’s Association Inc sponsors a monthly tournament that runs from Jan.1 to Dec.31 annually. The member who enters the longest fish from the eligible species each month is awarded a $10 prize at the next month’s meeting. The association was founded in 1957 to promote the enjoyment of recreational saltwater fishing and provide educational opportunities for anglers. For more information about events and joining go to…

Bay Creek Marina at Cape Charles

A world-class marina located in the protected harbor of King’s Creek, providing deepwater access for a wide range of marine activities, including sailing the Chesapeake Bay’s blue-green waters, or deep-sea fishing in the Atlantic Ocean. Restaurants, golf courses, and tours of Cape Charles are some of the things to do.

Captain Chuck-A-Muck’s Ship Store and Grill

21088 Marina Rd, Carrollton, VA Secret Hideout #2 is a family-owned and operated restaurant located in beautiful downtown Rescue, Virginia on Jones Creek. In a laid-back, non-smoking atmosphere, friends can enjoy fresh, local seafood as well as Angus steak and chicken, homemade key lime pie and, if you’re up to it, our world-famous Jamaican Jet Fuel.

Rockafellers at Rudee Inlet

Since 1989, Rockafeller’s Restaurant has been one of Virginia Beach’s favorite dining landmarks – well-loved by locals and tourists alike for its casual elegance and simply fresh local fare. Year after year, customers flock from near and far to relax in rocking chairs on their covered decks for a taste of Rockafeller’s legendary cuisine and to enjoy their beach cottage lifestyle on Rudee Inlet

Rudee’s Restaurant & Raw Bar

opened it’s doors on March 17, 1983. From small beginnings, in what was originally designed to be a bait & tackle shop, Rudee’s on the Inlet has grown to become one of the most popular restaurants and nightspots at the Beach. The atmosphere and decor of Rudee’s is open, airy and nautical. The building which houses the restaurant is a replica of an authentic coast guard station. Rudee’s on the Inlet has grown from a 50 seat restaurant to 140 indoor seats and 85 outdoor seats. The patio was enclosed in the summer of 1986. A deck was added out over the water in the Spring of 1987, in the summer of 1988 a 1,500 square foot kitchen addition was added to the restaurant, and in the spring of 1993 we opened our front deck with a surfing theme. From every one of our tables, you have a beautiful view of Rudee Inlet and many yachts and working fishing vessels at dock. These fishing boats supply much of our fresh fish served at Rudee’s. We take great pride in serving the freshest seafood obtainable, and the choicest beef

Smithfield Station Restaurant, and Bar

On the Pagan River (off James) as the sun descends on the river, enjoy the romance of candlelight dining at the Station. Delicious aromas will usher you into our cedar-paneled dining room

The Crabshack Seafood Restaurant

7601 River Road Newport News, Virginia 23607

(757) 245-CRAB

Note: Dockage is not well sheltered when windy on the James.

Riverwalk Restaurant

Events at the Riverwalk Restaurant, Yorktown Open in May of 2005, the Riverwalk Restaurant is located in Riverwalk Landing, a shopping and dining destination just a short walk from Yorktown’s historic Main Street, the battlefields, and the Yorktown Victory Center. Arrive by car and take advantage of free parking in our covered parking deck, or come by boat and stay for the day or days at the fully-equipped marine

The Watermen’s Museum

Accessible from the York River. It is located at 309 Water Street, Yorktown. The Museum was founded in 1981 as a part of the 200th-anniversary celebration of the Battle of Yorktown. In October of 1781, American and French forces were fighting the British in the final battle of the Revolutionary War. Local watermen aided the French fleet, acting as pilots for their ships. The importance of watermen in our local economy neither began nor ended in the eighteenth century. The mission of the museum is to preserve the heritage of the watermen of the Chesapeake Bay and interpret their culture and their contribution to the region.