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    • 1B. Coconut Grove Sailing Club Mooring Field

      Coconut Grove Sailing Club
      (305) 444-4571
      A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS’ NET SPONSOR

      Transient Moorings in Miami at Coconut Grove Sailing Club, 24 hour launch & security, Short walk to Coconut Grove, Daily & Monthly Rates (305)-444-4571 EXT 16, manager@cgsc.org
      http://www.cgsc.org
      Statute Mile: 1094.5
      Lat/Lon: near 25 43.512 North/080 14.235 West
      Location: mooring field overlooks the Dinner Key – Coconut Grove waterfront south of Dinner Key Marina
      Visitor dockage: mooring balls available for visitors
      Transient dockage rate: $20.00 per day (monthly rates also available)
      Showers: Available in clubhouse
      Restaurant: many nearby
      Free Wi-Fi internet access: available in and near the clubhouse
      Waste pump-out: available
      Depths: 6 foot maximum draft
      Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 41 feet
      Foul Weather Shelter: very good
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      Comments from Cruisers (3)

      1. Claiborne -  May 19, 2010 - 3:55 pm

        An alternative to the Dinner Key mooring field is the Coconut Grove Sailing Club mooring field. CCSC is just to the south of Dinner Key, and its moorings are completely sheltered by mangrove islands. While CCSC is a private club, they do have several moorings for transient, non-member cruisers. They have shower/restroom facilities and a water taxi that runs 24 hours a day. We spent 5 very windy days there ( winds up to 35 knots) in comfort and felt very welcomed by the staff and members.
        Julie and John Stocksdale
        s/v Jolie

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      2. Doug -  February 4, 2010 - 5:34 pm

        When I checked out yesterday, the Sailing Club only charged me $20, as you stated originally. They made an error in quoting me the higher price.
        Doug

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      3. Doug -  February 1, 2010 - 4:55 pm

        We are currently moored at CGSC and recommend it. The rate you have on the site is out of date – currently $35. That includes full access to the club and 24-hour launch service. Fresh Market a few blocks away plus tons of great eateries. The movie theater at Coco Walk is currently closed, but is scheduled to reopen in April.

        One gripe – birds are a real problem here between November and March. The rain today will wash our boat a bit, but the gulls and “black” birds are a real issue. The club says we can tie up at the dock before we leave and wash down. There is room for about four boats at the dock with 4.5 feet at the inner spaces. I have seen members tie up overnight, but no guests are allowed to stay there for long.

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