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Annapolis dinghy dock map

Found this good article in Chesapeake Bay Magazine about dinghy docks in Annapolis and it includes a map. Thought this might be helpful for those going to the boat show.
http://www.chesapeakeboating.net/Media/Feature-Stories/the-Absolutely-Positively-Pretty-Nearly-Definiti.aspx
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Re: Annapolis dinghy dock map

They missed the dock at the end of Tucker St on Weems Creek and the bulkhead way up Back Creek (past the power substation) that lets into a community and then onto Edgewood.
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Re: Annapolis dinghy dock map

Nice. I wish I had had that when I lived there.
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Re: Annapolis dinghy dock map

Note Tucker Street is not a DOCK, it is a beach. Also note that in snowbird season dinghies and outboards have been known to wander off. The best way to tie up at Tucker is get an anchor with about 30 feet of bungee cord off the stern and a long bow line. Set the anchor, come in to the beach, get out of the dinghy, and shove it back out. The dinghy will get bungeed back out at the end of the bow line and not be aground at low tide. The best thing is the "magic boat" where you get in, shove off, and the dinghy magically moves out to the anchor without anyone doing a thing
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Re: Annapolis dinghy dock map

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Note Tucker Street is not a DOCK, it is a beach. Also note that in snowbird season dinghies and outboards have been known to wander off.
Theft is a concern everywhere. Lock the engine to the dinghy.

I wouldn't leave a dinghy at Tucker longer than for a run to Grauls or Navel [sic] Bagels - certainly not for a day at the boat show. You can dinghy from Weems to the show.

There are other dinghy docks I wouldn't spend the day at either.

Annapolis is as safe as any other small city, but one does have to be aware of risks.
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Re: Annapolis dinghy dock map

You might find the dinghy simply untied and left adrift in some locations in Annapolis. It seems young people have little to do around town. Chuck
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