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Call today - 410-745-9303
Located within 2 blocks of Talbot Street's boutique shops and restaurants and just a block from attractions such as the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Higgins is centrally located and offers the best rates in the Harbor.
$2.25/ft/night Fri, Sat, & Sun
(two (2) night minimum)
$2.75/ft/night Fri, Sat, & Sun
(single night, when available)
Call for Holiday & Event Pricing.
Check out our "Marina" Page for more info!
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Check out our "Boatyard" page for more info.
Higgins Yacht Yard
203 Carpenter Street
St. Michaels MD 21663
In Case of Emergency, call
Transient Slip Reservations, call Marianne at 410-745-9303 or
For slip assignments:
On the day of your arrival - contact us on Channel 16 or 410-745-9303. We are unable to guarantee slip assignments until you arrive, but we do our best to grant special requests and/or group reservations.
Stroll the quiet streets of this charming haven where lovingly restored homes take you back in time. St. Michaels was once a thriving Colonial village and is now home to historic sites, boutique shops, museums and fabulous dining options. From crab houses to fine-dining, St. Michaels has it all. Popular festivals happen year round and more information can be found at www.stmichaelsmd.com We hope to see you soon!
What a Year it's Been!
Yacht Yard Under New Ownership
Chesapeake Bay Log Canoes
Higgins is the last full-service yacht yard in St. Michaels Harbor. In 2017, Jonathan Clarke purchased Higgins and continues to provide a wide range of marine services including mechanical, carpentry, painting, winterizing & more. A thirty ton travel lift is available for haul outs, repairs, storage & surveys.
Jon Clarke is a graduate of The Landing School in Maine and Southhampton Solent University in England. He earned a degree in engineering for yacht and powercraft design. He is an Eastern Shore native and enjoys sailing his family's log canoe, Magic.