Join us on Thursday, December 31 as we usher out 2020 and welcome with a GLOW 2021. Diamond Dan will be entertaining us through the evening. Dinner specials from 5pm – 10pm.
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LJ Schooners had a little fun with “Missing the Mullet Festival” weekend and Flinging Fish! Eleven participated in the Children’s Division. Carter Day secured 1st place, and Brody Blake and Rylee Rhea tied for 2nd. The Adult Division had 18 participants. Amber Skaggs nailed 1st place with […]
Cardboard Boat Race has been rescheduled for Saturday, September 26! You have move time to build your boat!!!! Join us for our annual Cardboard Boat Race! Saturday, September 26! Race starts at 4:00pm. Call the High & Dry and get your cardboard today to BUILD your boat!!!! 850-897-0334 Hamburger & Hotdog Cook-Out 4pm – 7pm […]
Poster, Scavenger Hunt List, Rules and Registration all below!
LJ Schooners Dockside Restaurant & Oyster Bar is OPEN! Restaurant: Closed Monday & Tuesday, Open 11am – 9pm Wed-Saturday, Open 9am – 9pm Sundays Oyster Bar: Open Monday – Thursday 3pm – 10pm, Friday & Saturday 11am – 12 Midnight, Sunday 9am – 9pm. Take out orders are available! 850-897-6400. Watch our Facebook page for […]
Updates on Events, Calendar Changes, etc. due to COVID-19. LJ Schooners Dockside Restaurant & Oyster Bar, Open for Carry-Out, Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 8pm Bluewater Bay Marina Complex, Open Seven Days a Week, 8am – 6pm Bluewater High & Dry, Open Seven Days a Week, 8am – 6pm April 2, 2020 We hope you […]
This event will be RESCHEDULED!
Thursday Throw Downs begin Thursday, March 18 and continue till October 28, 2021. Races start promptly at 6:00pm
Some fun and different paddles will be scheduled throughout the season.
Thank you BOTE for sponsoring again!
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Bluewater Bay Marina will be holding its 5th Annual Sock Burning Party/Ceremony on Sunday March 15, 2020 at 5:30pm. This is an annual event on the beach of LJ Schooners Dockside Restaurant & Oyster Bar to celebrate the start of Spring. This coastal tradition, dating back to the early 1980s, started in Annapolis with Bob […]