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Does anybody know the cost of seasonal slip fees and seasonal mooring fees at the Atlantic Highlands State Marina in Atlantic Highlands NJ? I looked on their website and no mention of fees are indicated.

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You can download the .pdf for membership application which has the posted rates. Seems pretty reasonable.
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AHYC only provides launch service, not the moorings themselves.

You need to own your own tackle and ball, which is required to be a screw-type anchor, not a weighted anchor. As of last year, renting the spot is $1900 per year from the city.

If you sail, I would opt for a mooring for price and value. It's very much a fisherman's marina and although the facilities are ok, it's packed, no finger piers and and stern-to docking. Nothing horrendous, just not that convenient to come and go nor do maintenance.

I do highly recommend the club. Lots of nice people, great bar (the view is really nice on a clear night) and Atlantic Highlands is a nice town. The launch service is pretty good, but if you like early mornings or late nights, you'd be advised to keep a dinghy handy.
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AHYC only provides launch service, not the moorings themselves.

You need to own your own tackle and ball, which is required to be a screw-type anchor, not a weighted anchor. As of last year, renting the spot is $1900 per year from the city.

If you sail, I would opt for a mooring for price and value. It's very much a fisherman's marina and although the facilities are ok, it's packed, no finger piers and and stern-to docking. Nothing horrendous, just not that convenient to come and go nor do maintenance.

I do highly recommend the club. Lots of nice people, great bar (the view is really nice on a clear night) and Atlantic Highlands is a nice town. The launch service is pretty good, but if you like early mornings or late nights, you'd be advised to keep a dinghy handy.

Is there a multi-year waiting list to get a lease to put a mooring ball out or is it relatively easy to get a lease?

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My understanding is it isn't a big deal, but I don't keep a mooring there. Probably best to call the city and/or Harbor Commission and find out how the process works.
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