The told me to take mooring #19. When I got there, there was another boat on #19. I saw an empty mooring (#27) and called the marina to tell them 19 was occupied, and asked if I could take 27. The marina said 27 was okay. Late in the afternoon after we got everything packed up for the night, the private owner of #27 showed up and told us to get off. Called the marina and they gave us a different mooring, but it was a major inconvenience to get everything untied and move at the last minute with the mooring owner circling and looking very angry.
I did not stay at the Plymouth Yacht Club due to weather altering my plans. The people on the phone were very friendly. They only get 3*s because of their lengthy advance notice needed to get a refund cancellation.
The marina performed perfectly. The price of a mooring is the highest I have ever seen in southern Massachusetts, but I knew that before I made the reservation. My only complaint is something the marina has no control over. We were at the part of the mooring field that was closest to shore. It was still a substantial distance to shore, but there was a place on shore with such loud music, the constant drum beat (that went well into the night) made me uncomfortable.