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Old 05-10-2009, 08:11   #1
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Moving the Boat - Marinas in Norfolk, Cape Lookout, Charleston?


I'm taking my 44' catamaran to Florida in November, one long weekend sail at a time. I plan to leave the boat tied up or on a ball between trips ...

Any advice on cat-friendly marinas in Norfolk, Beaufort, Cape Lookout, Charleston, St. Mary's River, Fort Lauderdale? 24-foot beam

We leave January 1 for a 2-3 year trip ... lookin gto start in one piece!

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