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Hi,
We love anchoring in Bodkin Creek and having the free water taxi from the Cheshire Crab pick us up right at our boat for dinner. The food isn't all that great, but the boat ride down Bodkin is a nice little treat after a long day of sailing.

Does anyone know of any other restaurants that will pick you up from your boat? Or that have free slips - we draw 5.5.

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There's a free municipal dock in Rock Hall and it's within walking distance of a number of restaurants. Waterman's allows diners to dock for free I'm pretty sure. Otherwise, if you anchor in Swan Creek and dinghy over, most restaurants will gladly pick you up or, for $1, we now have our Rock Hall Trolly back in operation (now run by the town).

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dont know about places that have their own service...however...

there are several places in fells point you can dock for free, just beware of the bulkheads and the signage

the crab claw in St Michael's has free dockage while you eat and the crab house (don't recall its name) in Oxford also.

the riverwatch restaurant in middle river allows docking for patrons, foods not great though.

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Severn Inn on the Severn River just below the Naval Academy Bridge - free dockage on very rickety docks.

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Cantler's Crab House, Mill Creek Annapolis has free docks (and long waits)
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Masthead Restaurant Pier St Oxford....Donna gets her fill there every year. Me i prefer not to die of malnutrition while eating so I just get their delicios crabcakes

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