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Im looking into a condo in The Blue Water Condo's, around the 34th street & the bridge. Is that good water for a 21' walk around? Is there anything else I should be aware of? Are the docks associated there deep enough to float during low tide? Any input will be very helpful.
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It's a great place if you like fishing the back bay, about equal distance from both Great Egg, and Corson's Inlet. If you mostly fish out front it's a little bit of a haul to get to Great Egg, not so much the distance as it's almost all slow speed no wake zone from Blue Water to the inlet.
Can't beat the fact that it is naturally well protected, and plenty of water for your size boat.
 

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"If you mostly fish out front it's a little bit of a haul to get to Great Egg"

I keep my boats at All Seasons so I am familiar with this issue. At high tide, you can cut acoss Peck Bay and its WOT the whole way. When its not high tide, you do need to stay in the ICW the whole way up to GE and there are two pretty long no wake zones going that way (not counting the no wake in front of Blue Water/All Seasons). But docking behind the middle part of the island does give you easy access to corsons. It was a lot easier to get out of corsons last year than prior years due to where they were dredging.
 

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"If you mostly fish out front it's a little bit of a haul to get to Great Egg"

I keep my boats at All Seasons so I am familiar with this issue. At high tide, you can cut acoss Peck Bay and its WOT the whole way. When its not high tide, you do need to stay in the ICW the whole way up to GE and there are two pretty long no wake zones going that way (not counting the no wake in front of Blue Water/All Seasons). But docking behind the middle part of the island does give you easy access to corsons. It was a lot easier to get out of corsons last year than prior years due to where they were dredging.
depending on size of your boat you can run even less than half tide..I run a 21 cc and run behind the islands all the time..About constant 3 feet at half tide ..Just get up to speed in the channel and cut over behind the islands, maybe trim her up a bit depending on tide, and dont back off the throttle till you hit the bridge..NO. problems....I can get to GE inlet in around 10 mins from all seasons gas dock
 
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