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Old 10-04-2018, 17:25   #16
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Re: ISO cheap mooring, CT/ RI area

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Iím a member of New Haven Yacht Club- mooring fee is around $750 but you have to join. Thereís an initiation fee but they have a launch service.
Sail right off the mooring into LIS.
Awesome! I'll look into that! Thanks! You may have won beer for the suggestion! Whats your favorite style?
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Old 10-04-2018, 17:53   #17
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Re: ISO cheap mooring, CT/ RI area

Jefjo, if Ct. river is a option then you want to look into North Cove, Old Saybrook.
They just dredged the channel and cove and added a number of moorings.
(is a federal anchorage)
Some charts show very shallow depths but I have been in there many
times before dredging and now thinking dredged to 11 ft. low water.
Understand there was no waiting list a few weeks ago.
Unrestricted moorings @ $425.
give a call to harbormaster Scott 860 662 0385
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(for point of information) if want to be near NYC, my marina
in western most LIS, about a mile east of Throggs Neck Bridge.
Is under $1,000. (for non residents) for a 30 fter with launch service 6 a.m. to 11 pm
with express train, takes 22 minutes to Penn station.
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Old 10-04-2018, 18:01   #18
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Iím a member of New Haven Yacht Club- mooring fee is around $750 but you have to join. Thereís an initiation fee but they have a launch service.
Sail right off the mooring into LIS.
Looked at the website and it sounds awesome! I loved reading that snootiness is forbidden!
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Old 10-04-2018, 18:03   #19
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You guys are all great!! Thank you so much for all the replies!!
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Old 10-04-2018, 19:13   #20
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Nhyc is a working mans sailing club.
Good people, we all chip in to keep going. No snoots allowed! ;>)
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Re: ISO cheap mooring, CT/ RI area

If the club is an option as I mentioned check out Thames also very much a working mans yacht club. I asked my father who is a member. $1000 to join then $7-$800 a year. You do have to own your own mooring gear thou (or buy or rent from another member)
Not sure the current rate but Shennecossett yacht club used to be a decent deal too.
https://www.syc-ct.com/
Niantic bay YC may be an option. A few former coworkers used to keep boats there.
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Re: ISO cheap mooring, CT/ RI area

Pine Island Marina in Groton. $58/foot for a mooring. Drop the mooring line and be in Fishers Island Sound/Long Island Sound in under five minutes. We were there for a few years before joining Shennecossett right next door. Shenny's mooring rate is substantially cheaper, but there is an initiation fee and annual dues. It's worth it if you're planning to stick around for more than a season though, and the people are great.
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