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Old 01-11-2013, 09:40   #1
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Hello I am looking for a slip 2014 season for a Tartan 34 walking distance too town that will not break the bank from Portland area and south Thanks Paul
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Old 01-11-2013, 11:18   #2
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Dimilos in Portland
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:06   #3
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Thanks I will check it out
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Feel free to contact me directly. I keep my boat at DiMillos.
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Hello I am looking for a slip 2014 season for a Tartan 34 walking distance too town that will not break the bank from Portland area and south Thanks Paul
Not sure what you're looking for in a "town". If you mean city living, then you're pretty much talking Portland.

DiMillo's certainly fits that bill. But the "will not break the bank" part may be a challenge. DiMillo's is one of the pricier locations. Portland Yacht Services is also an easy walk to everything, and lot cheaper, albiet a little rollier.

If you only need access to stores, and maybe local transportation, then you have many more options on the Southern Maine coast. I'd start with Active Captain and zoom in on the areas you think you'd like. Comparing their transient prices will give you some clue as to relative costs for a seasonal slip.
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