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Old 22-04-2009, 13:28   #1
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Finally, a Bit of Light in Hawaii!

Here i am my first week of liveaboard all ready flown by. I have heard nothing but nightmares about dealing with the harbor offices in hawaii. They were a delight to work with, I had my paperwork in order, was straight forward, and nothing was a surprise for both of us. I am only temporary at Ala Wai but am moving boat to Hickam AFB soon. I ran into a litle problem with time crunch in getting my slip and they gave me like 2 extra days. I made it in my slip close of business on the second day. I called and left a voice mail to let them know, and they didn't care at all. Anyways that has been my experience thus far.
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Old 22-04-2009, 16:51   #2
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Congratulations! Good to hear a good experience at the Ala Wai. It would be nice to hear the regulations for slips at Hickam if you have the time to pass that on. Do you have to be Air Force, Active Duty, largest slip available?
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