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Mooring on Cape Cod

Thinking of buying property on Cape Cod (Massachusetts). I would like toot bring my boat down there and have it close be able to sail Buzzards Bay and/or Nantucket Sound. Every town that I have looked at appears to have a wait list for a mooring of at least 15 years or chargse $2500+/year.

Anyone know of one that I could get immediately or within a year or two? I am not interested in P'town area, mostly Dennisport west to and including Falmouth. My boat is a 6 ft draft, so I have to have deep water.

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Cataumet is a great location above North Falmouth on Buzzards bay and both Kingman Yacht Center -- Marina, Boatyard, Cruising Center on Cape Cod | Home and Parkers Boatyard Home Page have rental and seasonal moorings. Despite what the chart says I came and went routinely via the south channel, drawing 6'6" and never touched bottom, there are a lot of deep draft boats there.
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