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No frills NJ marina

I'm looking for an inexpensive marina to leave my boat for a month or two while I go home to take care of a few things. I don't need a pool, fancy bathhouse, electricity, etc. I've tried researching online, but most of the marinas that have websites, don't list monthly rates. I've started calling around to the marinas in the guidebook, but that's a pain in the a**. Anyone have local knowledge of a cheap New Jersey marina? Preferably around the Barnegat Bay area.

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there's the Lagoon in Essington, nr Philly airport--don't know the rates but it's certainly no frills!!
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I ended up putting our boat in the Sassafras river in MD as their rates were less than half of NJ, anyplace I looked. It is about 2 1/2 hours from our NJ home to the boat, but it could take us that long to get to the Jersey shore as well.
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