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Ditto! And, I believe you'll find some information on this on the DNR website.

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Jim,

You will like Oak Harbor Marina, they are like family to us. Ken and Barbara (owners) and Chris, JB and the rest of the gang are great. They do good work and are reasonably priced, or allow a lot of DIY work. Its easily the best working marina on Rock Creek and Pasadena area for sailors.

Ken is like a second dad almost. If you do go there, tell Ken I said hello. I hope to meet you this year.

Good luck.

PS...extremely well protected marina. Better than just about anything else on Rock Creek. You can be sailing in minutes and the mouth to Rock Creek is easy to navigate, even on a busy weekend day. Plenty of water as well. They are redoing the bathrooms as well which was the biggest drawback of the facility. Otherwise its a working marina with 98% sailboats and where the Rock Creek Sailing Association is based from
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Hey Jim, good luck with the new job and new sailing grounds !
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Re: Moving to MD

Thanks everyone for the feedback!

Jim, I see changes are "in the wind" for you as well. Congrats and good luck!
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I have had my boat at Oak harbor for several years. Reasonable rates and Ken is a great guy with years of experience; JB and Chris too.

Very well protected harbor.


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Well good luck sounds like a great place. Are they hirering?

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