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Old 02-09-2013, 04:48   #16
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Re: Inexpensive Marinas on US east coast

Two lower Chesapeake possibilities that are decent price: York River Yacht Haven on floating docks and Deltaville Boatyard on the hard.

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Old 02-09-2013, 04:56   #17
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Re: Inexpensive Marinas on US east coast

If you can get up to the Chesapeake....try here

Jennings Boatyard
169 Boatyard Rd
Reedville, VA 22539
United States (US)
After hours: 804-453-4497

it's $00.50 (50 cents) a foot transient that includes water/electric, $90/month or better long term. Just a boat yard with a lot of DIY work going on plus the yard looked capable enough for small to medium repairs.

large yard but not sure how big the travel lift can handle...pretty sure I saw 50 footers plus.

WAYYYYYYY less expensive than the northern Chesapeake. Good from most hurricanes...easy sail...says 15 feet deep but not sure that's all the way into the travel lift.

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Old 14-09-2013, 05:09   #18
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I thought this was the chuckle of the day

Could only imagine you'd need a river mooring some exist with several year wait list. Or perhaps search Craigslist for someone may have a mooring right in their backyard for lease.
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Re: Inexpensive Marinas on US east coast

Originally Posted by typhoon View Post
Hi Every one.

Im thinking of buying a boat in Florida but I live in Ontario Canada so it is to late to get her home until spring .

Im looking for a spot to put her until the Erie Canal opens in the spring.

I understand I have to get her out of Florida or be charged sales tax. Im looking for a good marina on the east coast of the US that I could sail her to that is save from hurricanes, and is reasonably priced .

She's a big boat 85 foot mast , 7 foot draft, and 58 feet on deck .

Any Ideas?


greenport NY.
my yacht wintered over there in the hands of the old owner.
think he said it was $1800 a year?

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