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Re: Chesapeake Bay, Western Shore Marinas

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Originally Posted by RichardM View Post
On West River, there is the Chesapeake YC. Not a Marina, but a YC. They have very nice grounds, really good showers, and a good restaurant and bar as well as a swimming pool. Its family oriented. The west dock is for sailboats and should have space that would accommodate your boat.

I'm a member and have been quite happy with the Club and its facilities.

Chesapeake Yacht Club

Send me a pm if you have any questions.

RichardM
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West River, MD.
Having stayed a weekend at the Chesapeake Yacht Club as we are members of the Maryland Yacht Club and get reciprocirty there, I can tell you it is a nice facility with a friendly group keeping boats there.

I think one of our members just joined there also.
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