Contact Cruise Captain Ken Levitt with any questions or comments.
We always have a BBQ on the beach with an open fire. Please bring a few pieces of firewood if you have them around. If you have a small portable BBQ, bring that as well (I will bring a small propane BBQ). The BBQ will be on Saturday night with a rain date of Sunday night.
There is also a Labor Day parade of boats on Monday morning. Other optional activities based on group interest. One possibility is breakfast at the Fisherman's Club.
Moorings are all first come first serve. The inner harbor has moorings and a few slips. The slips for this weekend get sold out months in advance. The moorings fill up fast, anchor locations are few and have extremely poor holding due to mud and eel grass. The outer harbor has many moorings and good anchoring, but is exposed to North Winds. Normally winds are from the South West. Moorings are $55 per boat.
Labor Day weekend is the busiest weekend of the year at Cuttyhunk. If you want to be sure of getting a mooring, it is best to show up on Friday, or before noon on Saturday. I believe (check for yourself) that you can raft two boats on the same mooring, but each boat must pay the $55 fee.
Just grab any open mooring that is not marked "Private", and a boat will come by later to collect the money (cash or check).
There is no launch service, so it is best to bring a dinghy. If you don't have a dinghy, you should be able to hitch rides with other MYC curuise members.
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