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Demopolis, AL Yacht Basin

The Demopolis Yacht Basin is a full service marina at Demopolis, AL on the Tennessee-Tombigbee waterway.  It has in-water and dry storage for boats and an on-site restaurant and motel.  The yacht basin has room for 80 boats on the water and in dry dock on the marina grounds but it is in the process of expanding to accommodate nearly 700 boats.  The Demopolis Yacht Basin is located beside Highway 43 on the north side of Demopolis, AL (GPS coordinates N32.527750,W87.838139).

 

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