We were just there in December. Stayed at Brown's a few days. It's much much less expensive than Big Game
Club. From Browns, you just walk about two blocks to the north to the first stop (actually inside of the Big Game
Club), they do some of the paperwork and give you the cruising permit
, then you walk another block or two to a different building for a different thing.
Brown's has had some major improvements in the past year. very nice, easy, low key, good WIFI
. Always somebody on duty. It's the first major set of docks on the left as you enter.
I strongly strongly suggest you plan a time to transit the entrance when the tide isn't running strongly (either direction). There is a LOT of current
. We had difficulty making headway against it - not much room for error if you get crossways too.
let me know if you need anything else.