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Moorings around Southamton NY

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Are there are any affordable places to moor and liveaboard a (30' to 36') sailboat for the summer anywhere in the Southamton NY. area?
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Re: Moorings around Southamton NY

Oooh, you used "affordable" and "Southampton" in the same sentence.

Would that be, an affordable $5m home with a dock? Or, an affordable $50m home with a dock? (G)
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Re: Moorings around Southamton NY

Check in Three mile harbor. I forget the name of the marina but they set out private moorings.
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Three Mile Harbor is nice, but the cabs are expensive. Bring bicycles.
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Re: Moorings around Southamton NY

There is a very affordable bus service from the parking lot at the head of the harbor. You can take it to nearby Easthampton. One of the stops is in front of a supermarket.
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