Water, ice, electricity, gasoline, diesel fuel, slips, a 25-ton lift, a pump-out station, supplies, and some repairs are available.
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The Chester River has channel depths of 13 feet or more to Chestertown, thence 7 feet to Crumpton, and thence 5 feet to Kirby Landing, Mile 35.2S. The channel is marked for about 32 miles to Crumpton. Above Chestertown, deepest water is difficult to follow except with local knowledge.
Chestertown, Mile 23.8W, is a county seat and has bus and rail transportation.
The highway bridge over the river at Chestertown has a bascule span with a clearance of 12 feet,.The county wharf 0.1 mile below the bridge has depths of 5 feet reported alongside. The wharf at the marina 0.2 mile below the bridge has depths of 14 feet at the outer end and 6 feet at the inner face.