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Old 19-10-2013, 18:41   #1
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Need Liveaboard marina in Naples.

Hi All-
I will be working in SW Florida this winter while waiting to purchase a boat that is currently going through Probate. I have been looking for work near marinas on the west coast and have been offered a great paying and otherwise awesome job in North Naples/Bay colony. Unfortunately I haven't been able to find a decent place to put it that I can live on for a couple of months. There is a great marina in Goodland but its too far to commute everyday, and of course the marina and moorings in Ft Meyers Beach. Anyone have any suggestions of some places that may be friendly and overlook it, or? I'm still waiting to hear back from Pelican Bay but their first email didn't sound so nice. I'm 39 and work as a manager, the boat is a very clean Gemini 105m. I was hoping not to have to purchase a car and potentially fight traffic.
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Old 19-10-2013, 18:54   #2
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Re: Need Liveaboard marina in Naples.

Salty sams marina fort myers beach. Good rates nice folks
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Old 19-10-2013, 19:26   #3
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Re: Need Liveaboard marina in Naples.

As far as I know you only have 2 options to live a board in the Naples area. You mentioned Calusa Island Marina already in Goodland, the 2nd is Marco Island Marina, which is realy nice, with pool, club house and restarant. You are also going to be a little bit restricted because you have a Cat, which is wider than some slips. In Naples, I do not believe there are any options to live a board unless you can find someone who doesn't mine you docking your boat behind there house and living a board.
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