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06-20-2012 02:20 PM
Milford CT

Thanks Barry, i should of mentioned those pilings. Stay in the channel and bewary of the pilings as u pull in and out of your slip if you are at the canals end
06-20-2012 02:11 PM
Re: Milford CT

Originally Posted by ScottyG24 View Post
I should also mention a nightclub called "Stonebridge" two blocks from the marina that had some some awesome nightlife on Friday.
always a big bonus
06-20-2012 01:55 PM
Re: Milford CT


As mentioned. Milford Landing is a nice place. Note that the channel gets real narrow towards the end. If you see pilings sticking up out of the water with red cans on top note that those are the channel markers. They will be bone dry at low tide so be careful to stay on the correct side.

06-18-2012 12:37 PM
Re: Milford CT

I should also mention a nightclub called "Stonebridge" two blocks from the marina that had some some awesome nightlife on Friday.
06-17-2012 03:58 PM
Milford CT

It been reviewed before but i will add Milford Landing Marina well worth the slip fees. Basically several 100 feet from good Pubs, Resturants, Nightlife. Nice bathrooms, showers and even washer, dryer. The youg people running the dock very helpful. Best of all it blew nice on Saturday and we sailed close hauled all the way back into Port Jeff Harbor in 3h 30m
06-12-2012 08:45 PM
Milford CT

We are planning a sail from Setauket Harbor NY to CT to overnite at the Milford Landing Marina this Friday, dinner and some beers either on board after our arrival on friday or in town if any one else is planning to be there stop by. Boat is an Grey hulled Oday 272LE named Slipstream but no name or hailing port on the transom yet as we are waiting for Vinyl.

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