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Stonington Harbor

Does anyone know if there is a transient anchorage designated in Stonington Harbor?

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Hi,
I'm surprised no one has answered you. There is transient anchorage in Stonington in a couple locations. Check cruising guides or just call harbormaster there for specifics.
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We're probably heading over towards Stonington next weekend and might have a chance to check it out. We did call the Harbormaster as you suggested and found that they just finished a new dinghy dock just south of Skipper's restaurant along the bulkhead north of the horseshoe docks. It's always nice when it's convenient to get ashore. Thanks for your reply, Bill
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The anchorage is just past the breakwater on the left as you enter the harbor. You basically have to find a spot where you won't interfere with the moorings. There are a couple of buoys there to indicate the suggested area. You can also get a mooring from Dodson's if you wish. Good info about the town dinghy dock near Skippers. Dodson's also has a dinghy dock.
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