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Looking for some info on marinas on the Mullica River. I understand some of the marinas above the Greenbank bridge are near shallow water and are inaccessible at low tide.

What other marinas are available on the Mullica.

great river....kids love it.

Thanks and happy '06 to all.
 

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i think the best place to launch is chestnut neck marina in Port republic!!, its right at the parkway !! they have 4 ramps and a really good marina!! Bruce is the guy you need to talk. if he isnt there, ask for Violet!! great people, great service!!
 

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DOCKS ARE NOT THE PROBLEM. GO DOWN SEVEN BRIDGE RD. I THINK THERE ARE 4 OF THEM. I THINK RANDS IS THE CLOSET TO THE INLET. ALSO 1 IN MYSTIC ISLAND WHICH COMES OUT AT PEBBLE BEACH.THE PROBLEM IS AT LOW TIDE IF YOU DONT KNOW THE AREA MAKE SURE YOU HAVE SEA TOW AND STAY IN THE CHANNEL.I USE CHEST NUT NECK. DECENT PLACE.YOU ALSO HAVE FORKED RIVER MARINA AND SWEET WATER CASINO ON THE UPPER PART AND THE STATE RUN RAMP WHICH IS CRAWLEYS LANDING.
 

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If you are trying to launch a tug your going to have a few problems. Launching a larger deep-vee at low tide may give you some grief, but the river is navicable by most boats even at low tides. Chestnut Neck is your best bet at any tide with Crowlys Landing a second place, be aware if you launch from Crowlys out of bridge season you need to call ahead to open the bridges if you can't get under them. The ramps open to the public are: Chestnut Neck(pay), Cavaliers(pay), Crowlys Landing(open dusk to dawn non-pay), Fork's Landing(pay depending who's there).


Just remember,"you can't polish a terd"

[ 12-31-2005, 12:13 PM: Message edited by: Mullica Bob ]
 

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Chestnut Neck! Had my 24' boat in the new floating docks last season. The slips are very deep, but watch backing out of the slip, it gets shallow quick. Bruce and the girls know their stuff, and the shop has some of the lowest prices around on anything you need.
 

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Chestnut Neck is a great place. I have a friend who has the dry dock storage and the service is A1. I had some work done on my boat there and I was more then pleased.
 

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the only problem with chestnut neck is no one wants to give up thier slip. i tried to get in there last year, but no one died.
 

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I gave my slip up (CN) last year halfway through the season after a couple boat problems and they switched me to the in and out service (same price) which I liked a lot better. Call them on the way down and they forklift it in for you before you get there. Was nice to be able to work on the boat out of the water whenever I wanted, and didn't have to worry all the time.
 
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