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I haven't even consulted charts yet to know if the inlet can handle my draft (4.5') but I was wondering if there are any moorings in Stone Harbor NJ where I could stash my 35' freedom for a few days while I visit a friend at his beach house. I won't be needing access to my boat and I don't want to pay big bucks for a slip.

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You could always just anchor out... if he really has a beach house, and it is on the beach, why not anchor off the beach in front of his house. It'd be free... and you'd have convenient access to the boat.

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I would certainly hate to lose the boat to the ocean and unfortunately his house is not a proper beach house, it is two or three blocks back.

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Ahh... That is a problem... If it were a proper beach house, you'd be all set.

might be worth giving the local marina a call.

Stone Harbor Marina
116 Stone Harbor Blvd.
Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
Tel: 609-368-1141
Fax: 609-368-8765

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