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I'm starting to do some planning for the upcoming season. Someone told me there are now moorings in West Harbor but couldn't say if they were public or private. Anyone know? That would make the Admiral a lot more comfortable. She's less enamored of my anchoring skills than I am.
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Re: Oyster Bay

Oyster Bay is full of moorings, and there are also some spots where you can anchor. The moorings belong to a variety of entities: Yacht Clubs, Marinas, the Town, the County(?) .. Your best source might be to contact the Oyster Bay Harbormaster and ask him what the deal is.
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Re: Oyster Bay

Oyster Bay Marine has the most reasonably priced mooring and the launches have the longest hours. It's around $30/night and about a five minute walk into town from their dock.

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