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Looking for Mooring in Palm Beach Florida

We have moved to Palm Beach Florida area and are looking for a place to moor our sailboat. Are there free moorings available in this area? We're in the Boynto Beach area.
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Nothing for free in the Boynton Beach area that I know of. You can anchor for extended periods up in the Riviera Beach area, which is close to Lake Worth Inlet, between Peanut Island and the Blue Heron Bridge.
Good luck, Brian
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You can also moor south of Peanut Island in Lake Worth or at the very north end of Lake Worth in Old Port Cove.
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