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Old 12-09-2007, 18:42   #1
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Multihull Liveaboard West Coast USA

I would like to know if anyone has information about marinas on the West coast that normally have docking space for a multihull. In particular I am looking for a marina in California where living aboard is a possibility. I'm not fond of having sneakaboard status. Thanks!
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Moss Landing Harbor. You will pay through the nose, and the facilities are nothing to brag about, but they do have slips with possible live aboard.
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Old 13-09-2007, 18:29   #3
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Thanks for the reply, Kai Nui. I know Moss Landing, and their rates don't seem all that bad when compared to SoCal.
BTW, the enchiladas with the lobster sauce at The Whole Enchilada was definitely one of the better meals I've had in the area.
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Old 14-09-2007, 20:21   #4
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I have been first on a waiting list in Ventura for 3 years now. Still waiting. It might be quite a bit easier in the Bay Area, especially the farther reaches of the bay away from the City and Alameda.

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My marina has plenty of liveaboards. e-scape (Lagoon 380) is parked at Pier 39 in downtown San Francisco. Great facilities as well.

PM me if you are interested in purchasing my slip. I'm in the process of selling e-scape and my current slip will be too small for what I expect to be my next multi.
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My marina has plenty of liveaboards. e-scape (Lagoon 380) is parked at Pier 39 in downtown San Francisco. Great facilities as well.

PM me if you are interested in purchasing my slip. I'm in the process of selling e-scape and my current slip will be too small for what I expect to be my next multi.

Does Pier 39 allow legal liveaboards?
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Does Pier 39 allow legal liveaboards?
I don't live aboard but several of my neighbors do (and have for many years). And the marina has very good shower and laundry facilities. I don't know the specific circumstances of living aboard or if they are considered "full" with who they have already.
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Finding a liveaboard slip in the SF Bay Area can be really tough, since officially and legally, most marinas can only allocate 10% of slips for liveaboard, thanks to the BCDC - Bay Conservation and Development Commission which regulates it.
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