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Re: Anchorages just just South of the C&D Canal

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Originally Posted by Yamsailor View Post
Yep--Winters. Final destination is Haven Harbor in Rock Hall. This is a delivery/training trip for the owners. We plan on exiting the western side of the C&D tomorrow. Since it is a training trip as well as a delivery we plan to be in Baltimore Saturday night and Rock Hall sometime on Sunday.

Where is your final destination?

--Andrew
The new owner has a slip in Tall Oaks, Barnegat Bay near Forked River. he bought the boat in Dletville and is moving it slowly to his new spot and I offered to help someof the way. Really depends on weather cooperation and if he can get the starter fixed today.

We keep our C&C 35 MKIII Halekaula in Rock Creek on the south side of the Patapsco when you enter it going up to Baltimore, before the Key Bridge. Harbor Haven is my favorite maina in Rock Hall and where I get work done on our boat. They are a first class place.

Dave
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