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Old 31-10-2014, 12:01   #16
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Re: Dockage or moorings in South Florida

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There's also the mooring field in marathon ! Price can't be beat @ 325$ approx a month. Easy ocean access, great community, can't be beat!

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Can't leave the boat unattended (which the OP implies is his intention).

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Holy Cr*p! are those prices for real?
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What part of the country is that in? Anywhere in the Tampa region?
Mississippi Gulf Coast. Pass Christian City Harbor.

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Can't leave the boat unattended (which the OP implies is his intention).

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Ahh. Missed that. You are right (tho I have seen some very "quiet" boats there!) what about key west mooring field, can one use that as wet storage?



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Re: Dockage or moorings in South Florida

Dec-March is high season. However, There are a number of affordable privately owned slips up the Miami River, west of NW 2nd Ave Bridge; and if you can get under a 55' fixed bridge (I-195), north Biscayne Bay. Also, Google "dockage Miami" or specifically, [url=http://www.docksearch.com]Dock Search.com
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Re: Dockage or moorings in South Florida

" South Florida" is a very very big place, can you be more specific. If you are in the Ft.Lauderdale area, check with the Los Solas Marina, they have both docks and moorings. Again, in Ft.Lauderdale look at the, " Waterfront News" for dock space.
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Did you try Stock Island marina? It is a nice facility and not as expensive as KW.

There are a couple of marinas around WPB but maybe that is too north for you. Riviera Beach is in construction but slips look available. Also North Palm Beach/Old port cove can accomodate a boat that size if slips are available. I was quoted @1200 for our 40/21ft boat.
Stock Island is a nice marina. Check to insure they have outside dockage. Their slips won't take your beam.
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Call Lou, 239-821-2885 at Port of the Islands about 14 miles south of Naples. Inland about 7 miles so good storm surge buffer, about 4.5 feet at high tide, 3 0r 4 cats in here, one at 54 long by 28 or so wide. Price is right and reasonable access to the Atlantic side by bridge at 65' or a bascule bridge a little farther north of the Long Key bridge.
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Check Las Olas Isles and Ft. Lauderdale Marine Center (954) 713-0333 about $1.25 per ft. Per Day plus power.
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