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Old 27-08-2009, 11:39   #16
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Dinner Key, the Miami City Marina in Coconut Grove.

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OK, Now I know which high filluttin places to stay away from...now where do the blue collar guys like me hang out? ;-}
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Old 27-08-2009, 11:42   #18
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as far as culture is concerned, EVERYONE knows there is NO culture outside of new york city, i am talking manhattan.....so, i wish you well--and it IS south of new england-----and it IS an island........
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Belay my previous questions. Sorry. It was Dinner Key Marina and mooring facility. I called down there and wanted clarification on their monthly live aboard dock rates. I was told that they will not allow anyone to live on a boat under 40ft. He could not tell me why. Can somebody tell me why my 30ft sailboat can't sit at their dock because it's smaller than all the other boats. Am I missing something?

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Old 27-08-2009, 11:58   #20
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as far as culture is concerned, EVERYONE knows there is NO culture outside of new york city, i am talking manhattan.....so, i wish you well--and it IS south of new england-----and it IS an island........
Coming from Ct, I'll give you my one good reason...SNOW!!! lol
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Old 27-08-2009, 12:05   #21
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No, you are just talking to one of the Mayor's cousins. The mooring field is liveaboard and maximum boat length is 40 ft.

The local govenment is so marine savy they spent $7,000,000 renovating a 200 ft dock downtown and improved it by getting rid of some ugly metal things...They removed the mooring bollards and the USCG Eagle had to bring it's own mooring blocks.
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Coming from Ct, I'll give you my one good reason...SNOW!!! lol
aaaaaaaah, but NY snow is sooo much warmer than is connecticut snow LOL
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