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Old 07-10-2014, 06:40   #1
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Marinas in the Florida Panhandle

I am looking for an inexpensive marina in the panhandle to keep my boat over the winter
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Re: marinas in the Florida panhandle

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Dave.

Some potential choices
http://www.marinapal.com/Marinas/Flo...0/Default.aspx
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Re: Marinas in the Florida Panhandle

There is Panama City, Destin and Applachicola and of course Pensacola, Big Bend area can get real shallow. I would think Applachicola might be cheapest.
Are you going to live on the boat, leave it for the winter or? Cheapest places to leave it may not be the best to live
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Re: Marinas in the Florida Panhandle

C-Quarters Marina in Carrabelle, Florida: Fishing Tournaments, Fishing Charters, Lodging - C-QuartersMarina.com

C-Quarters is a great place. Super friendly, with convenient stores nearby. Well protected. Inexpensive too. Your beam could be a problem.

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Re: Marinas in the Florida Panhandle

C-Quarters slip rental is $300 a month, I pay $311 for a 50' slip at the city Marina in downtown Panama City, I bet you can beat that price in Carrabelle. My brother used to keep a boat at the Moorings in Carrabelle, I think it used to be nicer than it is now, but I bet its cheap?
https://www.mooringsofcarrabelle.com...elle-rates.pdf

Maybe not, if you can't get $250 or lower, depending on finances, I'd stay in PC for $311
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Re: Marinas in the Florida Panhandle

If your not using the boat, is it not cheaper to haul it? Your going to have a lot of growth if your not cleaning it regularly otherwise.
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Hurricane Harbor in PC is $7.50 per ft. per month, $50 liveaboard fee.
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Re: Marinas in the Florida Panhandle

Have you checked Active Captain?
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Re: Marinas in the Florida Panhandle

Notice there is a Boat US discount at C-Quarters. Personally we really enjoyed it there. Give Kim a call, if you are interested.

Panama City municipal gets pretty rough at times. A lot of fetch. St. Andrews offers better protection, but check on prices since I don't recall.

Another very nice place is Port St. Joe Marina. However, it's $15.00/ft. Port St. Joe Marina - Florida's Friendliest Marina

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