Sea Colony is following the State of Delaware State of Emergency mandates. During Phase I of the reopening, strict health and safety precautions are in place and are open for Delaware residents ONLY (per Governor Carney). Starting May 23, the beach will be open from 10 am to 5:30 pm. Please practice social distancing while on the beach, and State health officials recommend wearing masks.
When lightning and thunder are present, pools must close and may reopen 30 minutes after the storm ends.
Thanks for your cooperation.
Sea Colony is home to a half mile of sandy private beach for your enjoyment. Our beautiful beach is guarded daily starting May 23, 2020, from 10 am-5:30 pm. We have 6 numbered lifeguard stands, each with a different color for easy recognition by all of our guests, big and small. Our lifeguard stands have information boards posted on the back with the daily beach and ocean conditions as well as any hazards. Additional health and safety guidelines are posted, as well as Rules, which are posted at each beach dune crossover.
Need assistance getting on and off the beach?
Sand wheelchairs are available at the Security Desk (302) 539-5599 in the Edgewater House Lobby free of charge. Availability is on a first come, first serve basis and we ask that they be returned to the Security Desk when not in use so we can accommodate everyone's needs.
Please note, these wheelchairs will be cleaned according to CDC guidelines before patron's use.
OUR BEACH PATROL
Our Beach Patrol staff is headed by Captain David Griffith. Captain Griffith has been guarding the shores in Delaware, Maryland, and Florida for over 35 years and here at Sea Colony for 21 years. At Sea Colony, our goal is to provide owners and guests with the best experience possible, and we make safety our number one priority.
We highly recommend our guests read the rules and public health and safety guidelines posted and utilize the information on the back of the lifeguard stands.
The Beach Patrol staff is here to enhance the experience of every guest and we encourage patrons to ask questions. Additionally, Sea Colony’s beach is a United States Lifeguard Association (USLA) advanced certified beach which upholds higher training standards for the Beach Patrol. Most notably, this means all Beach Patrol guards obtain and maintain an Emergency Medical Responder certification.
Interested in joining the Sea Colony Beach Patrol?
You can access our employment page here or