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Star-Spangled Sailabration - Slip Shortage!

The boats are all ready filling every available slip in Baltimore Harbor. I even bought a new camera because this gathering of so many old sailing vessels may be the last time we will have the opportunity to see them again!!

If anyone is looking for a slip near Baltimore, I will have my slip open, as well as several others at the marina boat on the Patapsco River where I stay because several of us are on the volunteer committee and we do not need our slips because we have boats/slips for the event downtown and will be staying their until the end of the event.

The available slips will accommodate from 40' to some end docks lay-to for up to 60' + boats. 6.5' draft at a high tide with a soft bottom, so you should be OK unless we have a blow-out.

I am not sure how much is costs per night, but it is less then what I hear they are paying in the Harbor (We volunteers got our slips for free), and anyway everything is booked. So send me a note and I will see what I can do.

George J.

30' Catalina Tall Rig
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