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Old 16-06-2016, 17:34   #16
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Re: NYC visit recommendation?

Atlantic Highlands Harbor, I think the moorings are run through the AH Yacht Club. There's various restaurants, a supermarket, laundry and a movie theater all within walking distance. A mooring comes with unlimited launch service and there's high speed ferry service into various parts of NYC that leave from the West end of the harbor.
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Old 16-06-2016, 17:52   #17
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You can anchor in 2 places off of Liberty State Park
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Check with Atlantic highlands marina, the launch used to be operated by the yacht club and cost an additional $50 per day.
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I stopped again in Port Washington last month. The town moorings are free for the first 48 hours, then $20/night which includes launch service. We didn't have a dinghy, so used the launch service which was $7 or $8 per person round trip. The launch will pickup/drop off at several places, including the dock by the grocery store. When I had a dinghy with a motor I used to anchor outside the mooring field--good holding.
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LeeV, sent you a PM re: inexpensive mooring (free) close to Queens, NY City and transportation.
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I was told you can tie up a South Street Seaport Museum for free
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