Hello to all, I am a newbie to this forum but have been boating
for years. I have been with the CG Auxillary for 20 years so I know just enough to be dangerous.
I recently purchased a new remote cabin
in the Ketchikan, AK area in a cove that has 10 to 12 feet tidal changes with low tide leaving the bay area in front of me pretty much dry, at least not deep enough to leave my boat there.
I am going to have to anchor
my 26' Stamas cruiser about 1/4 mile back into the mouth of the cove so that it will stay afloat. I will use a dingy to shuttle back and forth. This will be okay for a short term solution but not the long run.
I was thinking, don't mind those brain cells smoldering
, about trying to create some type of dry dock
or some type of tidal grid so that I can bring my boat closer to home and it could rest peacefully at low tide.
Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions no matter how weird they may be.