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Re: Easten CT seasonal mooring/slip
It's been too long (30-35 years) for me to make a recommendation. My family had a boat at Seaport Marine, all the way up the river near town. It was a working boatyard at the time, but we knew a bunch of people there. No idea what it's like now.
The point of me offering the experience is how far the ride was to get to/from open water. I was young and probably impatient, but it sure felt like a long, long way. However, it was essentially dead flat calm, which I've grown to think should be a requirement, if you're paying for a slip. I expect some chop on a mooring, but the boat is usually facing into it.
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