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Open Fuel Docks?

Does anyone know if the two fuel docks in the vicinity of the Annapolis City Docks are still open? There's one over on Spa Creek near Carroll Creek Cafe and the other is just down the way from Ego Alley. I know that the fuel dock at Annapolis Landing Marina on Back Creek is closed. Thanks.
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Annapolis Landing Marina fuel dock is open 9 - 5 every day.
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Annapolis Landing Marina fuel dock is open 9 - 5 every day.
They weren't on Monday, November 5, at 3:40pm. I think they close for the season around November 1.
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Jay - try PMing eryka, they live at Annapolis Landing.
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They weren't on Monday, November 5, at 3:40pm. I think they close for the season around November 1.
I talked to someone in the office there today -- she said they (specifically including the fuel dock) are open. I called after reading your comment, since I also need fuel through the winter. I can't say I'm surprised that finding someone might be hard. Give them a call during the day: (410) 263-0090
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I've passed by there before and they've looked really closed, but have actually been open. Did you pull up to the dock?
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I couldn't pull up. The Annapolitan II was docked there on Monday, 11/05 (and was also there on Halloween, in the exact same spot) and a large power boat was also docked there, completely encumbering the length of the dock. No sign of life on either boat and no sign of anyone on the fuel dock. That's why I assumed they were closed. If they weren't, how is any other boat supposed to get close enough to take on fuel?

Thanks, one and all, for the responses. I'm a hair under three-quarters full. Going to be winterized in the water soon, so I may fill up via a five-gallon container.

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I got gas in back creek this afternoon. They're open

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