Members of the public are invited to bid on three slips in two categories (based on depth of water at high tide and access to hose bibs). Maximum boat length is twenty-eight feet. There is no electrical service at the slips.
BIDS WILL BE OPENED WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 2015 AT 6:00 PM
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Two slips are Category A: 9’-13’ deep at high tide, no hose bib. Min. bid is $1530.
One slip is Category BW: 7’-9’ deep at high tide, with hose bib. Min. bid is $1200.
“As big and as deep as Earth’s oceans are, they’re still feeling the sting of human-caused pollution. Even a mile down, some fish have liver pathologies, tumors and other types of health problems that are often linked with exposure to toxic chemicals and carcinogens, according to a new study conducted in the Bay of Biscay, off the coast of France.”
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