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Old 08-03-2012   #144
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Re: 2012 Sailing Season

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Originally Posted by aa3jy View Post
Posted in the past concerning Pirates Days in Rock..1st year it was basically undiscovered..now it's an excuse for the locals to get drunk and rowdy by say'n Arrrr all day long. However if one insists to prolong the agony try bicycling..we discovered that a few years back during that weekend..

Swan Creek anchorage in the past generally will be standing room only. If it's a calm night try anchoring out beyond the harbor ripp rapp
Precisely why we always LEFT Rock Hall. Our slip is there so once we get into town, I don't plan on venturing too far away from the boat. We may walk down to the beach to hear the music and see the decorated dinghies.

Most transient slips were gone early in the year, the restaurants I called have no reservations available and Swan Creek will be one giant boat. So if anyone does come, as mentioned the harbor area may be the place to anchor and make sure you have your own provisions. AKA grog and grub.
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