Sea Save

★★★★★
  • 7572 Ritchie Hwy

    Glen Burnie, MD 21061

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  • 410-766-8888

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I've been going to Sea Save for almost a year now. I think this is probably the nicest cleanest place that deals with Saltwater fish around (they only deal in Saltwater, what does that tell you). I've been to a lot of other fish stores to see what they look like and they are either nasty to the point it's unbearable to walk into or they are just trying to sell you things you don??t need, not Sea Save. Yeah they don't have a lot of stock in the store, but they are small and working on getting bigger without going into debt. Small man working his way up, who can fault them for that. The ??kiddy pools? are cost effective and work well for display, other stores do the same just with long expensive pools. Everything has its own independent filtration which keeps from killing everything when one tank has a problem. The quarantine tanks are great it gives the fish from the wild have a chance with a stress free environment. I have fish from them that they quarantined that have been doing great for a long time. As for the 20 gallon tanks in the back they are not 20 gallon tanks they are 30 gallon tanks with INDEPENDENT filtration (this is key).

They are working on doing things the right way, and if anyone gets to know John and Bambi they can see their passion and vision for this hobby. They try to educate and guide instead of just selling you something because you think it's pretty. John is definitely a bit different but from my experience usually people that are intelligent are a bit quirky and socially awkward.

They have the best live rock around, no one has live rock like this. The "aiptasia" that is on it is not "aiptasia" they are a type of anemone which does not multiply like aiptasia does. But if you get the rock home and don't want them a little Joe's Juice will take care of them. I have actually kept some because they are kind of cool to me. But I say if you want to have great live rock you will have to deal with a few bad guys, it's a compromise.

The "bag specials" are actually great. They are a way to get some nice fish and corals for a fraction of the price. But it's only good if you have your own quarantine tanks, which is stated on their website. Yeah some places may guarantee their live stock but that's because they are over priced and get it back in the long run. I have had trouble with some fish but they are known to be hard to raise such as different types of tangs. I knew going into it they had a high risk of not surviving, but they made up the cost with other things. Plus if you are into this hobby you know everything about it is expensive so if you are able to get some fish for a lesser cost and they don??t survive then you don??t feel like you??ve been raped.

All an all Sea Save is a good place and they are trying to make people and other stores in this hobby more responsible.

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★★★★★

I've been going to Sea Save for almost a year now. I think this is probably the nicest cleanest place that deals with Saltwater fish around (they only deal in Saltwater, what does that tell you). I've been to a lot of other fish stores to see what they look like and they are either nasty to the point it's unbearable to walk into or they are just trying to sell you things you don??t need, not Sea Save. Yeah they don't have a lot of stock in the store, but they are small and working on getting bigger without going into debt. Small man working his way up, who can fault them for that. The ??kiddy pools? are cost effective and work well for display, other stores do the same just with long expensive pools. Everything has its own independent filtration which keeps from killing everything when one tank has a problem. The quarantine tanks are great it gives the fish from the wild have a chance with a stress free environment. I have fish from them that they quarantined that have been doing great for a long time. As for the 20 gallon tanks in the back they are not 20 gallon tanks they are 30 gallon tanks with INDEPENDENT filtration (this is key).

They are working on doing things the right way, and if anyone gets to know John and Bambi they can see their passion and vision for this hobby. They try to educate and guide instead of just selling you something because you think it's pretty. John is definitely a bit different but from my experience usually people that are intelligent are a bit quirky and socially awkward.

They have the best live rock around, no one has live rock like this. The "aiptasia" that is on it is not "aiptasia" they are a type of anemone which does not multiply like aiptasia does. But if you get the rock home and don't want them a little Joe's Juice will take care of them. I have actually kept some because they are kind of cool to me. But I say if you want to have great live rock you will have to deal with a few bad guys, it's a compromise.

The "bag specials" are actually great. They are a way to get some nice fish and corals for a fraction of the price. But it's only good if you have your own quarantine tanks, which is stated on their website. Yeah some places may guarantee their live stock but that's because they are over priced and get it back in the long run. I have had trouble with some fish but they are known to be hard to raise such as different types of tangs. I knew going into it they had a high risk of not surviving, but they made up the cost with other things. Plus if you are into this hobby you know everything about it is expensive so if you are able to get some fish for a lesser cost and they don??t survive then you don??t feel like you??ve been raped.

All an all Sea Save is a good place and they are trying to make people and other stores in this hobby more responsible.

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