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Old 19-02-2017, 08:55   #76
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Does anchorage allow AirB&B? Was looking at slip prices and it seems like a no brainer to buy a slip. And is the 500 quarterly for everyone. Or just renters. The website was unclear.
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Does anchorage allow AirB&B? Was looking at slip prices and it seems like a no brainer to buy a slip. And is the 500 quarterly for everyone. Or just renters. The website was unclear.
Strictly no AirBnB so no opportunity there. It's not $500, there is a liveaboard fee of $100 per month for renters only. Slip owners pay coop dues that are billed quarterly which varies by slip length. My 35ft slip is $450 per quarter + min electric of $40. Hope that clarifies things.
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Strictly no AirBnB so no opportunity there. It's not $500, there is a liveaboard fee of $100 per month for renters only. Slip owners pay coop dues that are billed quarterly which varies by slip length. My 35ft slip is $450 per quarter + min electric of $40. Hope that clarifies things.


Yup. Was a little confused based off their site. I wanted to make sure I was reading it correctly
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PIckpaul is right, I was just giving numbers from memory and assuming buying a slip. We own a 40' slip, there is the coop fee (about $450) and the electric. I know that liveaboards pay an additional fee, not sure what it is for slip owners.

My suggestion would be to call the office, there has been a big transition in management at Anchorage, I'm sure the website is lagging policy.
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PIckpaul is right, I was just giving numbers from memory and assuming buying a slip. We own a 40' slip, there is the coop fee (about $450) and the electric. I know that liveaboards pay an additional fee, not sure what it is for slip owners.

My suggestion would be to call the office, there has been a big transition in management at Anchorage, I'm sure the website is lagging policy.
To be clear there is no liveaboard fee for owners, just for renters.
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To be clear there is no liveaboard fee for owners, just for renters.
Good to know! who knows when I can fulfill the fantasy of moving aboard Pendragon? lol
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I was at Eastport Yacht Center. Nice location and the price is not that bad. Floating dock is usually booked up for a year or more. It is also a working marina with a really nice bathhouse.
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