Details for Lily Pond Harbor of Refuge
Name

Lily Pond Harbor of Refuge
Position

Display in The Interactive Cruising Guidebook
Average rating 2.2 stars from 5 reviews

Address Hancock, MI

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Facility type

Marina - NO
Club - NO
Fuel - NO
Repair - NO
Municipal - YES
Other - NO

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Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

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Operation (seasonal or year-round)
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Current

Strong

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Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
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AC power30 amp - NO
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

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FuelGas: NOT AVAILABLE
Diesel: NOT AVAILABLE

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Reviews for Lily Pond Harbor of Refuge
Just a place to stop for an overnight, 2017-05-31
Captain: , Bayfield, WI (190)

We used this as a free overnight stop before going down to Houghton / Hancock. There are no facilities or amenities here, just a wall to tie to. You can tell that is was built for the big ships, but anyone can tie here. Have extra long lines and chafe protectors as the (huge) bollards are about 25 feet away over rough cut steel walls, broken stone, and shrubs. We tied our stern to one of the emergency ladders to avoid one of our lines getting chewed up.



Nice spot to tie up, 2013-05-30
Captain: , Brisbane, Australia (399)

We found Lily Pond a pretty place to tie up for the night after a long rough passage from the Apostle Islands. We only had one boat go by, the Isle Royale ferry, and it slowed down as it went by us. We were, however, very early in the season. There is a place for small craft to tie up on the east end of Lily Pond next to the boat ramp. Includes a picnic bench.



Great Jumping Off Spot for Western Destination, 2012-08-24
Captain: , Detroit (767)

Yes the wakes are rough and if there is a NE blow the waves come in the channel, but if you are going to head to west or are returning this is a very convenient place to tie up. You need long lines to reach to bollards.



Ditto previous review, 2012-02-24
Captain: , Olcott, NY (2536)

Wakes on this wall are horrible, however they die down after sunset.
Great spot to leave for destinations West.



myboatfruition, 2011-04-01
Captain: , Hammond Bay (1841)

This is rugged large metal riff raff wall with large wood beams to to tie to. This is a good place to tie off before heading for Ontanogon, Isle Royale or Copper Harbor. You need some substantial bumpers and wakes here are terrible because of boats entering or leaving Lake Superior. This is a remote area that does not promote a lot of comfort but can still be important. It was designed for the freighters to tie up to in fall and winter storms.

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