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there is water if the city want to turn it on for you you are open to the wind and waves
and the dock is in need of repair bad and people have been hurt on it now the fun part they want you to pay as much as a big town to dock here there is not good fishing
but this is a nice town to see not much here but very nice little town the people are grate all say hi all in all if you are not looking to fish hunt or go out to eat this is a good place
do not get sick there is almost no EMS or fire here
some trails but the city want to close them
harbor rates are very high
and like I sed it is a good place harbor rates are high for a small town and the city staff is not grate here most of the liveabords are moving out this year if not all
you can trailer up there but you may want to go to one of the towns that have fishing and food
I have lived in southeast Alaska all my life I am a fire fighter and EMS I am the asst. fire chief and have lived on boats most of my life fished for a living for years in bad water
southeast Alaska is a grate place to come see with your boat most harbors up here have grate docks and some are free still they do not have much on the free docks fishing is still good if you are not in a big town