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Old 02-08-2009, 08:39   #1
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Mooring or Docking - Monterey, CA

I am moving to Monterey, CA soon. I am looking to bring a sailboat (35-45 feet). Is mooring or docking space available there?

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See City of Monterey | Monterey Harbor Home Page. If you're going to be assigned at DLI, you might check with the administration there; in my time DLI had a friendly relationship with the harbormaster for attendees.
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Thank you for the information. I have tried that website. It looks like there is a waiting list of slips. I would call but I am currently overseas. What did you study at DLI? Thank you again.
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"Waiting list" is an understatement as seven plus years is the norm. Some boats are sold with the slip included, and I have heard of slips being an item in wills. This information is several years old, but I don't think it's changed.
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You might also want to try Moss Landing Harbor District or Santa Cruz Harbor: Home .

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FAO? It looks like Santa Cruz has a shorter list. I will check out Moss Landing. Thank you.
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Nah--SLJO (eavesdropper). Moss Landings a nice harbor.

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I enjoyed a week's stay at Moss Landing last year on a friend's boat. People are allowed to work on boats there and there is a haulout with travelift and a good marine store. It's a bit of a drive from Monterey but not that far. The security was good.
There is a yacht club in the area with its own piers that seemed friendly.
Always wanted to go to DLI but never got selected. Darn! It is a beautiful area.
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