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Maryland Marinas???

I'm in Deale at Shipwright Marina right now paying $500 a month, nice place but I'd like to find something cheaper. I was wondering if there are any Marylanders around here that could make some recommendations.
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It depends on what size boat you have but $6000 a year is pretty cheap for that part of Maryland. It sounds like you are a liveaboard? So that usually means that marinas will charge you a separate fee of about $200 per month. Try Herrington Harbor North that might be a bit cheaper. You could also get a mooring at Hartge for about $2500.
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Where do you want to be? What size boat? You can get a slip on the lower Patapsco for $1500-2000 a year, but is that convenient?
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I've worked with the folks at Hartge, mainly through their insurance company. Nice people. Good family too.

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