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US Harbors: Weymouth Fore River Tide Chart
Wild Turkey Paddlers: Weymouth Fore River Kayak Trip Report May 2012
Wild Turkey Paddlers: Weymouth Fore River Kayak Trip Report February 2012
USS Salem and Naval Shipbuilding Museum
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The road sign marking the access to Weymouth Fore River on Commercial Street in Weymouth MA.
Trip date is July 2014
The launch parking area.
The launch ramp into Weymouth Fore River.
It is within an hour of low tide and the bottom of the ramp is exposed.
It is about an hour after low tide and it is a bit muddy to launch.
The Boston Kayaker just launched on Weymouth Fore River from the Commercial Street ramp.
Just turned to my right, will paddle north.
Marinas in both my left and my right.
Muddy banks of the Weymouth Fore River exposed during low tide.
River bending to my left.
A small raft boat.
Wake from the raft boat.
Looking at the marina on my ;efft.
Just behind that white structure is the Weymouth Fore River bridge.
Looking to my right, the eastern cove of Weymouth Fore River.
Two powered boats coming into Weymouth Fore River on what looks like a busy water corridor.
The Route 3A bridge over Weymouth Fore River in Weymouth MA.
To my left, some parked ships.
To my left is the ship U.S.S. Salem.
I am about to pass under the Route 3A bridge over Weymouth Fore River.
Passed the bridge, I am now at the mouth of Weymouth Fore River.
To my right is the Hingham Bay. I will not paddle this area today.
I am veering to my left.
After passing this wooden structure on my left, I should be able to see the Town River Bay cove.
Just turn left and entering the Town River Bay cove.
From here, I can see the whole of the Town River Bay cove.
I will now turn around and paddle back.
Just turned around and now paddling westwards.
Now approaching the mouth of Weymouth Fore River and will turn right soon.
Veering right / south to the Route 3A bridge.
One last look at the Hingham Bay to my left.
The Route 3A bridge over Weymouth Fore River now comes into full view.
Approaching the Route 3A bridge over Weymouth Fore River from the north.
Paddilng under the Route 3A bridge over Weymouth Fore River.
The U.S.S. Salem again now on my right.
Continuing my southward paddle into Weymouth Fore River.
Looking to my left, the eastern bank of Weymouth Fore River.
A bird flying carrying a stick over Weymouth Fore River.
Landed. Water level is now onto the ramp.
The higher tide means I do not have to step on the mud below the ramp.