About Lewes, DE From the Web…
“Through all of its hectic history, Lewes has been essentially a seafaring town. Blessed with an excellent harbor, it still remains an East Coast port of call and is home to a large fleet of charter fishing boats stationed on the canal along Pilottown Road. It is likewise the base of the Delaware Bay and River Pilots Association, whose members guide cargo vessels to and from the ports of Wilmington and Philadelphia. Lewes is also the site of the University of Delaware College of Marine Studies and is the southern terminus of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry.”
“Lewes is situated where the Delaware Bay and the Atlantic Ocean meet (Cape Henlopen). This location provides both bay and ocean beaches for swimming as well as all types of sport fishing and pleasure boating opportunities. In the over 4,013 acres of preserved lands in Cape Henlopen State Park, you find beautiful beaches, miles of nature trails, bird sanctuaries and an education center.”
We serve the following cities:
Lewes, Georgetown, Milford, Seaford, Dover, and Smyrna, and Easton, Cambridge, and Salisbury in Maryland, and Millville, Bridgeton, Ocean City, Somers Point, Vineland, Ventnor City, and Pleasantville in New Jersey.
We serve the following counties:
Sussex and Kent, and Talbot, Dorchester, and Wicomico in Maryland, and Cumberland, Cape May, and Atlantic in New Jersey.