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View Poll Results: How much do you pay per foot per month to berth your boat? (Your vote is not public)
I pay but not on a monthly basis. 6 5.56%
I pay nothing for my slip or keep my boat in a place where there is no cost. 11 10.19%
I pay less than $5/foot/month. 12 11.11%
I pay between $5 and $9.99/foot/month. 40 37.04%
I pay between $10 and $14.99/foot/month. 22 20.37%
I pay between $15 and $19.99/foot/month. 8 7.41%
I pay between $20 and $24.99/foot/month. 4 3.70%
I pay between $25 and $29.99/foot/month. 2 1.85%
I pay between $30 and $34.99/foot/month. 0 0%
I pay $35 or over/foot/month. 3 2.78%
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Old 13-03-2010, 14:17   #31
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Oyster Pond in St. Marten is $20/ft for a dock end. You have to sign up for 6 months and water and electric is extra.
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Old 14-03-2010, 17:19   #32
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Pay nothing because my boat is in my yard next to the house. Reeds Bay mooring rates have been $1.00 a foot per month for years but soon will be raised I'm certain. A slip in Wailoa River basin will be about $3.50 a foot per month soon.
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Old 14-03-2010, 18:55   #33
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$10.00 per foot per month in east central Florida.

Electric, water and wifi are included. You are allowed to work on your own boat,
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Old 14-03-2010, 19:14   #34
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good rates I guess

I pay for a 36ft slip, they let you stick out up to 2 ft. At 190/mo that's about 5.30/ft/mo. in Kingston Wa. Electricity is extra. Very laid back and casual here with great facilities, a beautiful park at the end of the ramp and free showers.

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Old 14-03-2010, 21:12   #35
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Marina cost

Here in Malaysia at Langkawi we pay $7.94 per foot per month plus electricity and water. Add those in and you're around $12.00 per foot. During our recent trip to Thailand we paid over $1.00 per foot per day plus E&W at the Royal Phuket Marina.
I see some marinas in the Med charge $2,500 a month for a 48' monohull like ours.
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Old 14-03-2010, 21:55   #36
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I was paying 6.30 which included power and water but very inconvenient for day sails...where I want to be is 11.00 + power, is a live a board slip and in day sail heaven....still 6k a year for morrage is a killer
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Old 14-03-2010, 22:27   #37
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Beautiful downtown marina. In the tropics. Absolutely free. My guess is they like looking at boats on the waterfront or something.
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Old 14-03-2010, 22:33   #38
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As it should be..
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I have a deep water swing mooring all my own tackle $66.00 aud a year to state goverment for site.Greg
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Old 15-03-2010, 03:37   #40
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It varies hugely as we only take temporary berths over the winter and are otherwise on the move. This winter, in Rome, we paying in euros for a six month contract, on a boat measured in metres. But translating that into your request puts us (today's rates) at about $13 a month for a very secure marina, electricity, water and showers included, one hour from central Rome so it has some unparalleled advantages.
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Old 16-03-2010, 17:21   #41
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$5.25 a foot in Corpus Christi City Marina, Texas. Add electric to this. Floating piers.
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Old 24-03-2010, 09:39   #42
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Our morring fees for 1 year with electric and water is $4.23 per ft or if you prefer €1200 a year to live aboard our 32 footer in Morlaix France. We are locked into the marina which is 6 miles up a beautiful river. We have train acces to any where in Europe and an airport with world acces 50 kilometres down the road. All the shops you would want and the cost of living for the two of us with wine every night about $100 a week
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. We are locked into the marina which is 6 miles up a beautiful river.
I was just looking at Morlaix on Google. That's a very narrow channel you have there to get up river. Never the less, it looks like a very nice place to park the boat. Can you give me some idea of the least depth in the marina and the channel at MHW.

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MOrlaix tides

the Morlaix river has a mean depth of 3 metres if the coefficient is more than 50 if yoou leave chateau torreau 1hr before high tide you will arrive at the lock at high tide and be locked into the marina where there is a depth of at least 2.5 metres pontoon berths are available but depends on the length of yur yacht. If you would like more info please e-maile me at psg1640@gmail.com
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