This event is open to all MoPar groups. We expect to have PT Cruisers, 300Ms, Dodge Intrepids, Stratus, Avenger, Stealth, 3000 GT, and many other MoPars there.
We will be arriving in Ocean City on Friday October 10th all day long. The club's official Hotel is the Princess Bayside @ 4801 Coastal Highway. The host hotel website is Princess Bayside The hotel is located at 48th street bayside in Ocean City.
Thanks to Mike and the PT owners club we can access rates of $79 & $89 a night. To make Reservations Please call 1-800-854-9785 and tell them you are will the PT Cruisers to get this special pricing. The special pricing and availability for the rooms will end on September 11, 2003
Please make your reservations as soon as possible.
There will be a Jamaican Lun-a-sea party next door at Seacrets on Friday night and dinner will be at the hotel on Saturday night. Also close by is the Scandals nite club.
Everyone needs to register for the cruise itself by filling out this form and sending it in with payment.
Please let me know if you will be attending this event. We especially want to see DI.net well represented here.
Ocean City Data!
For me I will stay from Friday afternoon until at least Sunday late morning.
Friday night and Saturday night cruisin' are both excellent but Saturday is better I think.
Ocean City is set up with numbered streets running east-west. They begin at Rt 50 (North Division st.) with 1st street and work their way to the Delaware line 146th street. South of Rt. 50 is known as the Inlet and features streets named after some of the eastern shore counties;
(Caroline, Talbot, Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico, Worcester) and ending up with the inlet parking lot.
The boardwalk runs from the inlet to 27rd street. That is about 35 blocks.
The main north-south drag is Philadelphia Avenue (Coastal Highway) from the Inlet to the Delaware Line. Baltimore Avenue is a secondary north-south from the Inlet to 33rd street.
Ocean City is an Island and can be accessed from Rt. 50 at north division street. Rt. 90 at 62nd street and from the north out of Fenwick Island, Delaware. The Rt. 90 bridge is by far the closest approach to the Hotel for us.