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Old 12-01-2009
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Originally Posted by gafred99 View Post
Hey CD, in the Dry Tortugas where can one drop anchor near the fort?
any mooring balls out there?

thanks
No mooring balls for overnighters. THere is a ball or two on some wrecks for diving and research, but not for overnight use.

You drop the hook right around the fort. You will see a lot of other boats anchored there as well. The park ranger will likely come out and meet you after you anchor and discuss the no-discharge and rates. No water or food, some come prepared. It is a beautiful place and great diving/snorkleling. You will love it.

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