I don't have any idea which marinas will allow it, but I think that you might have to entertain the very real possibility that your neighbors (particularly the liveaboards) will come to resent you for doing this. We wound up with an unfortunate slip assignment right next to one of these airbnb type operations in Chrarleston, SC for a couple of months, and I can tell you that non-boaters on vacation
on someone's boat is often just about the most obnoxious thing one can encounter on the water
Think loud beer
drinking at 2AM, screaming children
, loud music
. In talking to some of these guests, they never really seemed like the type of people who would stand outside somebody's window yelling at home, but for some reason this sense seems to go out tine window when these fine folks get on a boat.
My only suggestion would be to:
1. Make sure that your boat isn't located right next to anybody who lives aboard.
2. Write up some kind of a code of conduct that your guests have to agree to.
3. Perhaps try to vet your clients and stick to folks with some boat experience?
Your neighbors will thank you.
As far as the inevitable abuse your boat will suffer, that's a calculation only you can make, but we typically don't like to have non-sailors aboard for any length of time. I wind
up at least unclogging the head
Anyway, good luck with it.