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deltabighat Posted - Oct 18 2015 : 12:51:39
Last year we cruised over to a small town I had read about in Sunset magazine that was called Port Costa. It had no facilities for guest docking. Nearest other town is Crockett but does not appear to have guest docking either. Anyone low anywhere we can tie up close to Port Costa and get a cab to town.

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Arnold Posted - Oct 20 2015 : 13:39:06
The only time I see this little town is from the train to Sacramento. I don't think there is a marina there.

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