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Re: Anchorage for Annapolis Fireworks?

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Originally Posted by gbm4th View Post
Good morning all,

Where on Rock Creek is a good place to watch the fireworks? My first year at Oak Harbor Marina just down the creek.

Thanks, and have a star spangled 4th!
George
George if you are not comfortable for traveling at night you can anchor on the NW side of the White Rocks and see it through the Key Bridge.

If you don't want the Key bridge in the way and you don't mind an hour or so night travel,

-you can anchor on the other side of the Key Bridge on the north side of the Priv Green1 in 10-12 ft of water

- or for a better view go up passing to the port of Ft McHenry and to the end of the Ferry Bar Channel G7. We have watched from their before ands saw the Blue Angels from their during OP Sail. It was right in the "box" when the climbed up0ward and did their tricks.

Have a good time.

BTW the community to the western side of Rock Creek puts on a hell of a good fireworks display also
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