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Re: destin, FL area marinas for 50 foot mast?

I keep my catalina 30 at c-quarters marina in Carrabelle. $325 a month. A quick 15 min motoring to get to the mouth of the river. I can sail pretty much the whole bay with a 3'10" draft. Some spots drop to 5' - 6' feet but you'll find mostly 10' plus of water. You can sail to St. George or Dog island in a day or get out into the Gulf real quick. There are also several different marinas on Carrabelle river with slips from $250 and up.
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Re: destin, FL area marinas for 50 foot mast?

Originally Posted by Multihullgirl View Post
No, he can't, wellÖ I wouldn't. The Brooks Bridge at Ft Walton is 50 (officially, it's actually less according to the scuttlebutt and I was always nervous with my 45' trimaran through there), and the Navarre Bridge is 50. I would not take a 50' stick through either one unless I were DAMNED sure of a very low tide.

And although the Pensacola bridge says it's 65' I knocked my antenna which is 61'...
You're right. I was thinking Brooks and Navarre were both 55'. It's been a while since I had a boat that would go through there (I have an air draft of 62 feet.
On the northern Gulf of Mexico.

"Best thing to do is get her out on the ocean. If anything's gonna happen, it's gonna happen out there." Captain Ron Rico
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