Established in 1956 by "Mr. Bill" Reiser, Wormley Creek Marina has a long history of serving the local boating community with excellence. Doug and Pam have been at the helm since 1999 and continue the tradition of a family owned and operated marina that is committed to providing excellent care for your boat.
Doug & Pam Truston
As Yorktown natives, Doug and Pam have a great love for the Lower Chesapeake Bay and take pride in the "little slice of heaven" they've created for boaters. For twenty years they have led a thriving team of boat-loving staff members, and have completed many improvements to accommodate boat owners and their guests. Wormley Creek Marina also took the initiative to dredge the creek in order to provide a deeper channel for boats with larger drafts.
Beyond the marina property, Doug and Pam are active in the local community and love to support other small businesses. In 1997, they founded the Yorktown Lighted Boat Parade which has become a favorite holiday event on the York River. In 2017, they were honored by the York County Chamber of Commerce with the Small Business of the Year Award.
Joining us in May 2019, Jamie is a 5th generation shipwright who brings more than 40 years of commercial and recreational boat repair experience to the Wormley Creek Marina community. He is widely regarded as an industry leader in wooden boat repair, and is also experienced in fiberglass, steel and aluminum vessels. He has worked closely with the United States Coast Guard Training Center in Yorktown regarding wooden boat inspection and repair techniques.
Prior to joining our team, Jamie was co-owner of Smith's Marine Railway, Inc. in Seaford, VA, a family owned and operated boat repair business founded in 1842. He and his wife Leah, along with their three sons, have a rich history in our local community.