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Hi All,

We have recently relocated to PA from New England and are trying to determine a good place to slip and store our Beneteau F310 on the Jersey shore. The Brick area is the shortest drive but we are willing to drive a bit longer. As expected, we interested in a reasonably sheltered area that affords nice day sailing and easy access to coastal cruising, preferably without too many bridges lower than 50 feet.

Any marinas or yacht clubs that anyone can suggest?

Thanks, Eric
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Check out the Atlantic Highlands Marina, easy access to Sandy hook bay, NY harbor, Atlantic and no bridges.
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Check out the Atlantic Highlands Marina, easy access to Sandy hook bay, NY harbor, Atlantic and no bridges.
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Check out the Atlantic Highlands Marina, easy access to Sandy hook bay, NY harbor, Atlantic and no bridges.
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my friend keeps his cape dory 30 at the riverbank marina on the toms river. nice place.

you have to travel the bay to get out to the ocean - the channel is narrow and the bay is shallow - but he likes it

i live in new jersey but sail on the chesapeake bay...worth the drive i think.
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The Brick Town area of the bay is not very suitable for sailing. Look into going on south side of the Toms River Route 37 bridge.
Up The Creek Marina in Cedar Creek (732) 269-6469 is the lowest cost but does not haul for winter storage (in water storage only)
Lanoka Harbor Marina (also on Cedar Creek) now under new ownership of Hendriques family (sportfisherman builder family) is very reasonable and are remodeling (609)693-2674.
Be careful on checking the water depth where ever you choose. Ask people that dock there.
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Stay away from the carriage house Marina. The owner is a dick and will take every advantage of you
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