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Club Fees?

Dave - Is the $2,000 membership yearly? Do you have to spend a certain amount at the club dinning room or pay a surcharge as many clubs do?

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George the answer is yes.

Our slip costs about 3900 a year for the whole year (I leave it in the water ever other year. 35 ft length finger piers.

Yes there is a 1000 thjat has to be spent in the dining room or bar area for the year, but its easy to ddo as we have a couple of crab fests. 70 dollars per couple, and other events too. This also includes any liquor.
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This may be a little south of where you want to be, but I think Flag Harbor is a great little marina with rest rooms, showers, dinghy racks, picnic area, pool and full service marine service.

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This may be a little south of where you want to be, but I think Flag Harbor is a great little marina with rest rooms, showers, dinghy racks, picnic area, pool and full service marine service.

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Thanks, I wasn't aware of this one myself. It might be a place for us to check out, but not until they get the channel dredged. 4' at low tide with the small tidal range we get on the bay would be a major problem for us all the time, even with a shoal draft wing keel.
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Chesapeake slip

I have signed onto Solomon Yacht Club because of their floating docks. Are there any floating dock marinas closer to Annapolis, north or south?
Thank you for any input. I am bringing a Pearson 39 down from St.Pete and up to the Chesapeake in a few weeks but thought I'd better find and tie down a spot to put it rather than waiting.
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Sante,

I hope you found the slip you were looking for. I dock my SV at Herrington Harbour. It's a little further south than you are looking for, but I pay less than 6,000 for a 45' foot slip. They keep 7"MLW, have a pool, fitness center, private beaches, slipholder parties and much more.

Best of luck to you.

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