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#1 sundance18

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Posted May 12 2010 - 2:59 PM

Hi all, I've been a member of this board for awhile just have not posted much.
Was wondering if anyone knows this area. The railroad bridge you come to from the Raitain river are you able to go under or do you have to wait for it to open? It looks low so I am not sure. I have an 18ft CC no t-top
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#2 YMMV

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Posted May 13 2010 - 7:07 AM

Hi all, I've been a member of this board for awhile just have not posted much.
Was wondering if anyone knows this area. The railroad bridge you come to from the Raitain river are you able to go under or do you have to wait for it to open? It looks low so I am not sure. I have an 18ft CC no t-top
Thanks Much

I launch from the same ramp. Very nice ramp.
As far as the train bridge, you will fit under even at high tide. I fit under that with my old 19ft CC with T-Top. I had about 2-3ft to spare (high tide). My Wellcraft Coastal fits under that as well.


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Posted May 13 2010 - 8:34 AM

Thanks Ymmv


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#4 Matty Kling

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Posted May 13 2010 - 9:46 AM

Where is this ramp in Sayreville? Do you need a permit to launch?


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#5 YMMV

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Posted May 13 2010 - 10:54 AM

Where is this ramp in Sayreville? Do you need a permit to launch?

You can get a permit that is yearly. I was told its about $150 or so. You will need to stop at their town recreation center.
I have been paying each time I've been down there. Cost is $20. See the guy in the booth to the left of the ramps.


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Posted May 13 2010 - 11:00 AM

Addy...
River Rd
Sayreville NJ 08871
732-390-7000


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#7 Matty Kling

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Posted May 13 2010 - 11:02 AM

You can get a permit that is yearly. I was told its about $150 or so. You will need to stop at their town recreation center.

I have been paying each time I've been down there. Cost is $20. See the guy in the booth to the left of the ramps.


Addy...

River Rd
Sayreville NJ 08871
732-390-7000

Thank you sir!


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