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Old 28-08-2014, 07:15   #1
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New boat and new course

Hi, I'm new to the site and here's the deal. Just bought a new to me catamaran in NY and plan on moving it slowly down south. I'd like to take six months or so to get it to florida so I avoid hurricane season. In reality I'd like to keep it cheap and reasonable since I'm still a few months shy of real liveaboard status. Retirement is about nine months away but I wanted to get a leg up or I might have taken forever to make it happen. Anyone have advice as to cheap mooring or dockage along the way? For now I'm looking at leaving NY and getting down toward Philly or so for a month or more. Then tryin to make it to the Annapolis boat show. Then south from there. If there was any way to be near a commercial airport (PHL, BWI, etc.) that would be a blessing for getting back and forth to work. Ideas? Thanks

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