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Green Point Landing Marina! In worton Md

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What a nice group of people so far. Now this is a really nice cool Marina. They have showers,wifi, wet and dry storage. There summer rates are as follows Slips 25’ and under 2500$ with water and elec. That goes from April to October. Over 36’ is 2850$ Dry storage is 23$ a foot. That includes haul, wash and block. Wet Storage under 25’ is 750$ and over 36’ is 1100$. Transient slips 25’ and under is 1$ and foot for under 25’ and 1’ over 36’ electric is 3$ a day. Oh the week is 25 and under is 85$ for under 25 and 100$ week for over 36’. All moorings 15$ a day,60$ a week and 225 a month. They are really nice laid back folks that I have meet so far. This place is only a 15 min. boat ride from the Bay. It’s really nice. Thanks Dan
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Sounds like you found a good place to wait out the rain. Are you asking ahead where to tie up or is it just where ever the wind takes you?
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Well I am just waiting for the weather to change atm!

But to tell the truth if I could land me a job at a Marina I would have no problem with working in the Bay being able to sail and work up here even in the winter would be nice. Even more so in the summer! I got laid off work about 4 months ago so I do need a job and well I could think of alot of worest places to be for the winter. Dan
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Ive kept my boats there for nearly 25 years. This marina very laid back and more importantly they are surprisingly quite honest and dont deluge you with a lot of hidden and unexpected 'chintz'/gotcha over-charges that are so common in most marinas nowadays. Even better, the slipholders are a 'community' .... but you'd expect that on the eastern shore of MD.

Its definitely a 'good' marina, although it can be a bit exposed in a heavy NW blow.
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Just meet the owener and his son! Really nice folks:)

The owner is having some problems right now his house just burned down. They made it out ok but still the house is gone. So keep him and his family in your prayers! Dan
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Hey Dan,, ck your other post with the pics... Where's the pic of your boat?? LOL it can't be that ugly!

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