Solomons is one of my Favorites. They have the $2 a day dingy dock, great holding, great restaurants, a Food Lion that isn't horribly far from the Dingy Dock (especially by folding bike). It is a great town with friendly people. It can be loud in the summer on weekends with the motorcycles, the Tiki Bar, and other things but it is a gem. There are two of the best marinas that I have found on the bay if you go to a marina. One is Spring Cove Marina and the other is Zanheizers.
I wasn't worried about height, it just seemed like it took forever to get under and past that darn bridge. It was also in the way and it caused me to sail a bit deeper into the wind than I usually like to with the Asymmetrical Spinnaker.
If you look through my video you will see me sail under the bridge with spinnaker up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqDQ1VHNwVM
My Uncle told me about the Corrotomon and it was a place where I debated going when I went to Urbanna. The wind went to the nose and it built to be a lot higher than it was supposed to be. I motored into Urbanna because I got tired of tacking up river against the current.
I really like Deltaville too. I am saddened to see, as I have also witnessed in Solomons Island, the decline of some of the restaurants and businesses. Deltaville had a good pizza place that closed. One really nice place to look in Deltaville is the nautical consignment shop. You can get a lot of good stuff there for a reasonable price.
I am looking forward to the meet-up. I wish I could have sailed down to it but that would be too time consuming and, at this time of year, a lot of running the motor. Having a destination that is a time deadline is a bad idea unless you like to motor!