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Old 06-10-2011, 14:23   #31
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Re: Electrical Surcharge in Marinas

Originally Posted by Don1500 View Post
+1 The rules should NOT apply to a boat capable of navigation. We are extended cruisers, not living aboard a floating home.
And the key is "capable of navigation", even if one chose not to navigate. The rule would/should not apply.

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