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Old 09-02-2004, 09:44 PM
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I just went by the one in Seaside today. It said $15 daily fee. I think Coty in $20 each way.
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For a river it can suprise you at times there. I have been boating on the river for about 15 years now. I'll see all of you there come race day in my slow putt putt cruiser
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If you go in at Coty Marine, stop by. You'll be right behind my house.
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Actually I'm having a party on Sunday. When you leave the marina, follow the shore to your north and look for the Top Gun hanging on the lift. (about 1/4 mile at most from marina) You can dock there and we'll be next door.
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there's also a no charge ramp at the end of bay ave in point right at the mouth of the canal on bayside, i've used it numerous times splashing my 29 scarab never had a problem
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Looking for public ramps in or around Pt Pleasant and SeaSide Nj areas ?
ha ha ha LOL......he he he ......ha ha ha....OFLMAO!!!

This is a joke right?

I'm sorry, but with all the tourism and beautiful waterways in this area, that is one thing that seems to be missing. Ramps!
Traders Cove Marina @ the end of Mantoloking Rd. Brick should work for you.

Call East Dover before you go to them. I thought I saw something that said it was no longer open to the public. I could be wrong though.

Drump Pt Marina @ the end of Drum Pt. Rd in Brick is also available. Problem with parking though...

Some marinas have been closed to the public unless you have a seasonal slip with them.
Good Luck!

Ramps are my primary complaint in this area. Especially Brick!

Bay Ave also has a parking problem. If you are there early enough, you just might get lucky to get 2 spaces near the ramp. Then you will need to disconnect the trailer from your truck and park them separate.

See what I mean about accommodating ramps....
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the ramp by the mouth of the canal has rocks to the easterly side , wrecked 2 props there, stay more towards the canal side
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This is a joke right?

I'm sorry, but with all the tourism and beautiful waterways in this area, that is one thing that seems to be missing. Ramps!
Traders Cove Marina @ the end of Mantoloking Rd. Brick should work for you.

Call East Dover before you go to them. I thought I saw something that said it was no longer open to the public. I could be wrong though.

Drump Pt Marina @ the end of Drum Pt. Rd in Brick is also available. Problem with parking though...

Some marinas have been closed to the public unless you have a seasonal slip with them.
Good Luck!

Ramps are my primary complaint in this area. Especially Brick!

Bay Ave also has a parking problem. If you are there early enough, you just might get lucky to get 2 spaces near the ramp. Then you will need to disconnect the trailer from your truck and park them separate.

See what I mean about accommodating ramps.... [/QUOTE]

Right , Ramps are the kind of public access we need , not a sidewalk along the bulkhead like some of our elected officials are calling for. For as large a boating area as the barnegat is , the access less than minimal at best.
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Gilford park yacht club right on bay.
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