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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?

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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.
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