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11-19-2009 10:32 AM
Mike212 Sante,

I hope you found the slip you were looking for. I dock my SV at Herrington Harbour. It's a little further south than you are looking for, but I pay less than 6,000 for a 45' foot slip. They keep 7"MLW, have a pool, fitness center, private beaches, slipholder parties and much more.

Best of luck to you.

04-30-2009 06:53 PM
Chesapeake slip

I have signed onto Solomon Yacht Club because of their floating docks. Are there any floating dock marinas closer to Annapolis, north or south?
Thank you for any input. I am bringing a Pearson 39 down from St.Pete and up to the Chesapeake in a few weeks but thought I'd better find and tie down a spot to put it rather than waiting.
02-07-2009 08:02 AM
Originally Posted by donhaller View Post
This may be a little south of where you want to be, but I think Flag Harbor is a great little marina with rest rooms, showers, dinghy racks, picnic area, pool and full service marine service.

Flag Harbor Yacht Haven - It's on the Bay
Thanks, I wasn't aware of this one myself. It might be a place for us to check out, but not until they get the channel dredged. 4' at low tide with the small tidal range we get on the bay would be a major problem for us all the time, even with a shoal draft wing keel.
02-06-2009 10:33 PM
donhaller This may be a little south of where you want to be, but I think Flag Harbor is a great little marina with rest rooms, showers, dinghy racks, picnic area, pool and full service marine service.

Flag Harbor Yacht Haven - It's on the Bay
02-03-2009 11:57 PM
chef2sail George the answer is yes.

Our slip costs about 3900 a year for the whole year (I leave it in the water ever other year. 35 ft length finger piers.

Yes there is a 1000 thjat has to be spent in the dining room or bar area for the year, but its easy to ddo as we have a couple of crab fests. 70 dollars per couple, and other events too. This also includes any liquor.
02-03-2009 08:26 PM
Club Fees?

Dave - Is the $2,000 membership yearly? Do you have to spend a certain amount at the club dinning room or pay a surcharge as many clubs do?

01-31-2009 02:09 AM
chef2sail George.

We have a 52X18 slip whic runs us $1975+ a $2000 memebership fee; With that we have pool, clubhouse. restaurant/bar. and a great view of the water and Patapsco.

01-30-2009 10:41 PM
kitejunkie ...
01-30-2009 08:22 PM
Chesapeake Yacht Club

As I noted in an earlier posting, I have been at Chesapeake Yacht Club for 30 years come this August. It is worth a call. I don't know the entire cost since after 25 years one becomes a life member and pays reduced fees. The great thing about CYC is that it is boating club without social memberships. So the club is for the 125 (or so) members. Can you say royal treatment? It is also a stock-held corporation, so we each have a vote in how it is run. We have a full-time manager who lives on site and who has been with us for nearly 25 years. Give a call at 301-261-5296! There are many planned cruises and activities. And, I am sure it is comparable price-wise with other marinas/clubs in the area.
01-29-2009 09:54 PM

Originally Posted by midlifesailor View Post
I spoke to some folks from CYC at the B'almore Boat Show. The folks were really nice and the Marina seems nice. We may consider moving up there next season, but would need to get the scoop on costs.
My slip looks out to the CYC (I am at a private dock), so I know the area well. West River is perfect place to sail from. There is a long narrow channel out from the anchorage area to the main part of West River but even in windy conditions I have never had problems. The channel is deep. "Most" of the boats coming and going in West River are sailboats but there are some power hogs there too.

If you race the Pirates Cove Race Club has an active Wednesday night beer can series.
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