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Loaner Mooring in Marblehead?

I currently moor my 25' sailboat in Boston Harbor, but am having her hauled by Marblehead Trading on November 9. I plan to sail to Marblehead sometime between now and then, and am looking for an available mooring for a few days.

I'd be grateful for any leads. Perhaps someone has already hauled their boat and has an available mooring?

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Did you check with Marblehead Trading, they may have some transient moorings or customer moorings that you can use.
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Thanks, Sailingdog. Apparently they have no transient moorings of their own and didn't have (or weren't willing to disclose) any leads on other vacant moorings.
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Thanks, Sailingdog. Apparently they have no transient moorings of their own and didn't have (or weren't willing to disclose) any leads on other vacant moorings.
Try these guys Salem Water Taxi
you'd be better off over on the west side and i think they now do the Salem side moorings.

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City of Salem, MA - Moorings & Slips
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PM me your contact info. I know a guy who has an open mooring up there. I will pass your info on to him.
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Thanks, Nick. I'm presently too junior here by a couple posts to send PMs, but will contact you soon.
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