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Old 01-13-2011
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Question Mooring/Docking by Fan Pier in Boston

Does anyone know if it's possible? If so, who would you contact? I am trying to plan ahead for a few days in June, 2011.
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If you want a slip, there is a new marina at Fan Pier.
617-443-9200 Fan Pier Marina: Boston's Newest Working Marina
Transients are $3/ft

You could also contact the Marina at Rowes Wharf for a slip. 617-748-5013. The Marina at Rowes Wharf
Rates at Rowes Wharf are steep though $6.50/ft.

You could also contact the Boston Harbor Sailing Club, 617-720-0049 as they have transient moorings.
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