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Old 17-05-2006, 13:36   #46
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Old 17-05-2006, 20:18   #47
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Nice! FWIW, Seward is $38 and change per foot per year for assigned slips. That works out to a little over a hundred a month for a 37 footer.
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Kai.

The way you keep bringing up Seward marina slip prices. You make it sound like you're wanting to move there?
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Nah, but a visit is not out of the question. Gotta go up for business again in a week or two. Nice sailing up there for a few months out of the year.
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Nothing wrong with that!!
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Hey K - have you priced slip fees at Lake Pleasant yet? Wonder how long the waiting list is there...
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It was .46/foot/day at Marina Hemingway in Cuba plus some negligible amounts for water and electricity.

Please don't end the embargo, it would probably jack the price up to Key West Levels.
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Old 18-05-2006, 18:56   #53
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Don't know. Don't care.

I'm not getting a pricing for any slips, at Lake Pleasant.

I'm leaving my boat in California. Where the sailing is "real" compared to here in the desert state!!
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Yeah... like Kittery Maine. A resident waits something like 10-20 years for a mooring. A non-resident has an 80 year wait!
And just because a cat has kittens in the oven don't make 'em biscuits!

(old Maine joke about someone claiming their children were "Natives" because they had been born in Maine of out of state parents)
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how much is a slip in Thailand?
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Old 17-11-2010, 06:55   #56
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Hayes is closest to Gloucester Point, VA located across the York River from Yorktown, VA. on US hwy 17. We are up Sarah Creek, NW Branch 37-15.7 N 76-28.9 W by the chart should get you close enough. 7 nm downstream on the York River puts you in the the "fat" lower part of the Chesapeake Bay.

We chose Salt Ponds in Hampton as our home marina. 5' draft could be a problem, ha?
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Multihulls are mostly a problem of space to put them. I'm not aware of any extra fees (maybe some places). Mostly you have to go at the end of T dock as there are not many slips set up for them. I'm not sure why though. Multihulls are not that uncommon around here. The brand new marina at CApe Charles is set up with 50 ft slips double wide so you would easily fit there but occupy 2 slips. Not sure if they would charge a lot extra. Off season no problem though. Weekend holidays all bets are off.

If you get in the neighborhood let me know. I'm the dockmaster at our community marina and we have a 45ft T dock with deep water. Multihull or not .
I find multihulls can often be cheaper, because we can fit in shallow places. I've found $3/foot-month several places... but you better not draw more than 3'6". Often these are small powerboat marinas, with a few small sailboats and a few multihulls. Power and water but few amenities.

I've been told Craigs list can be a place to find cheap slips; I went door-to-door.
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Up-river tidal UK East Coast. 3.03p per foot per month ($1.84?), but drys at low water. No additional charges for liveaboards stopping the winter. A little bit more for deep water alongside but inside tidal gate.

At River mouth (10 miles) 8.28p ($5?) per foot per month.
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At today's exchange rate, 3.03GBP = US$4.78
8.08GBP = US$12.78

We're paying $11.00 per documented foot (not LOA) plus electric. Cats pay $22.00 (Brunswick Landing Marina, Brunswick, GA)
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