Welcome, WD... Look for a marina with well maintained vessels, good security
, friendly management staff and reasonable rates for water
, power and any other charges. Be prepared to pay a little extra for the priviege of living aboard
. Before settling on a marina, spend some time walking the docks and talking to folks, preferably liveaboards in the marina you are interested in.
Many of the west coast marinas
now have liveaboard
slips available due to the economy going in the tank. But be prepared to pay an extra tax levied by CA Countys' on your personal property, ie., your boat. Good Luck with your search... Capt Phil