Since 1947, the simple frame building with its wide open deck had been a welcome sight to boaters and fishermen returning from the Great South Bay. For almost 67 years, the building that housed the Naomi Inn, Cap's on the River and Catfish Max offered warmth, hospitality and friendship to all who passed through ...
... until Super Storm Sandy brought it down.
The Catfish property is fenced off while the bulkheading is being replaced and a new deck is built.
Our family was blessed to have been embraced by the down to earth, loving community that is Seaford Harbor!
We've been touched by your warmth, friendship and the many memories we share.
There are endings that bring regret and
There are beginnings that bring hope.
The new Catfish Max will be built upon the foundation of the old.
and, dearest friends... the beat will go on!
Thank you so much for your prayers and support.
Amy Breidenbach and Family
The heavy duty equipment has a gentle hand as it carefully moves the flagpole to a safe place.
Harbor folk don't get discouraged easily. They still gathered - with enthusiasm and optimism - to tackle the
18th Annual Tideway River Clean up
Christine holds the 'sunken treasure' she recovered - the Serenity Prayer etched on a painted resin rock.
It's a message we all understood.