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MarineMax store has new name and location in Maryland

MarineMax Kent Narrows said it will move from its present facility in Grasonville, Md., to Bay Bridge Marina in Stevensville, Md.

MarineMax Kent Narrows said it will move from its present facility in Grasonville, Md., to Bay Bridge Marina in Stevensville, Md.

Moving forward, the new location will be known as MarineMax at Bay Bridge Marina.

“We are excited about our move to the Bay Bridge Marina,” MarineMax at Bay Bridge Marina store manager TJ Rose said in a statement. “We are changing locations to better serve our customers. The marina is conveniently located at the base of the Bay Bridge on Kent Island only minutes from Annapolis and Baltimore.”

The Bay Bridge Marina Yacht Club is a full-service premier marina with many amenities, including Hemingway’s Restaurant, and was voted Best of the Bay by Chesapeake Bay Magazine in 2012.

The new address is 337 Pier One Road in Stevensville. Phone numbers will remain the same.

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