On our way to Stump pass Grill the clamp holding the cooling hose on my inboard boat broke off and I found myself running on three cylinders and a dying engine, we limped into Stump pass Marina where I was met with a totally couldn't care less surly young man who after bringing a wrong size clamp said this is all we have then he just walked off. After a while I went looking for him and there he was sitting on his backside in a golf cart. He was sitting with a fat individual next to a bench with his arms folded and they both stared at me, their attitude was clearly "haven't you gone yet? I said I am really stuck here, I pointed to the large sign which said STUMP PASS MARINA, I said is this the same company, they said yes, I said,"surely they have a 4inch hose clamp". He said, "no this place has new owners in two weeks". I said could you help me with a short piece of wire I could have to hold my cooling hose on with"? The fat man with is arms still folded said, "buddy we sell bait and gas here" I said, "Oh sorry I thought you were part of the marina" he said, "we are". Again unspoken vibes from them were. Why don't you #!*/ off. We eventually limped off with a rag tied around the cooling hose to a marina down the bay by the name of Marine Dynamics where we were looked after politely inexpensively and swiftly. We never did go back to the Grill for lunch because of our treatment at the dock. We went to Rum Bay Restaurant a short boat trip away and had a truly wonderful lunch.
If you own or manage Stump Pass Grill, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.