is a big place and the cost of mooring, docking
, and storing on the hard
has a large range. As a rule
the cost is determined by the law of supply and demand. A prime spot in a location with easy access to the ocean with good commercial/transportation access will cost more than a place you have to pass under many bridges and far from roads.
Folks who have lived in Florida all their lives often say Florida has four seasons, football season, love bug season, hurricane
season, and tourist season. During tourist season there is a greater demand for places to keep a boat. During hurricane season there is greater demand for places to store a boat on the hard.
$US750 a month may be reasonable or unreasonable depending on the season and location. Lots of folks are more than willing to pay that for what they consider a prime location. On the other hand it is not really hard to find something for half that price if you are willing to move the boat.
The same is true for the other locations you mention. PR is a little different in that it is part of the US while the other non US locations may require some type of importation fee/tax if you keep the boat there for any length of time.
As SMJ noted Port La Belle is one of many places on the Okeechobee Waterway
where the price of storing boats is normally lower than anywhere else in the state. Just as an aside my boat is on the Okeechobee Waterway now, stuck due to the massive release of water
from Lake Okeechobee which has parts
of the waterway a couple of feet above flood stage so the 54 foot bridge I need to clear has about 50/51 feet of clearence. Another option is Green Cove Springs on the St. Johns River close to Jacksonville
I would suggest you first try and determine just where you want to store your boat and then go to the ActiveCaptain
web site and see what is available in that area. Next you will need to call the marina/yard and see if they have any room.
The Hammerhead from Chris is a great boat.