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Tony B Posted - Nov 28 2013 : 20:44:02
Newbe here on forum.
Have a 1986 Mainship 36 Aft cabin boat

Will be travelling from Galveston Bay to Biloxi this winter - like in a few weeks.
I will be travelling approx. 50 - 60 miles a day. Where would the best anchorages and marinas be along the way?
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captainwjm Posted - Nov 29 2013 : 06:40:40
Look at Active Captain for anchorage and marina info. This time of year, you will need to check ahead on fuel availability.

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