Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Deale, MD
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Yeah, I wish there were rental moorings and I wish there was a convinient dingy dock.
The bottom in that area is hard sand and shell, from what I remember, so I would thing the helix might be a better canidate.
The boats really work when there is a strong north wind. Make sure you aren't too shallow, or you'll pound on the bottom. Some of the boats in the field do ground at low tide.
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