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Old 08-09-2009, 05:57   #1
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East Coast Florida Marinas?

I am looking for information on marinas or moorings between Titusville and Stuart, Florida. I am hoping to find inexpensive storage for our Pearson 365 for the months of November 2009 through March of 2010. I'll appreciate any ideas you may have. Thanks,
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Old 08-09-2009, 06:16   #2
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, John.

Check out the marina listings:

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Sorry to tell you this but there is no inexpensive dry storage on Florida's east coast. Many marinas are online and have posted prices now. Storage will run you from three to four hundred dollars a month when you factor in all the extra charges ( don't forget jackstands or cradles). Also it'll cost about $1000 for haulout and powerwash and move into the storage yard. In the spring you'll have charges for the work yard.

The cheapest storage will be wet storage behind someone's house. This will range from $150 up. You'll need a diver every couple of months if you go this route. Some slips are available in Palm Coast which is about 100 miles north of the area you're interested in.

There are mooring fields which run around $300 a month but these are not for storage, in most of the fields you cannot leave your boat unattended for long periods.

Titusville marina is well run and the folks there are very pleasant. This would be my choice if I were to sit in a marina for the winter.
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You might consider Riverside Marina in Ft. Pierce. 772-464-5720. We're there for the first time and are overall pleased.
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, John.

Check out the marina listings:

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Many thanks for this information.
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Look up Indian Town Marina in Indian Town. Inland from Stuart off the river, I am sure they are cheap.
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John...we keep our boat at Telemar Bay Marina, Indian Harbour Beach. Its a no frills marina, but with good protection. It's not inexpensive, current rate is in the neighborhood of 11-12/ft/month + electric. LAB fee is additional if that applies. If you need contact info let me know.

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