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Old 24-07-2017, 13:45   #1
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Newbie asking Best Bang for Buck Place to rent/use Liveaboard 39' on East Coast

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I'm a newbie and my friends and I sailed from Rio Dulce to Isla Mujeres and want to sail the 39' landfall back to east coast USA (I'm orginally from Michigan, don't even know how to get to Chicago but would be awesome too) but wanted to hear from the community on where is a good place to keep the boat to rent as a liveaboard, cheap marina and slippage fees, etc...

Anywhere on East Coast/Midwest tips is appreciated so much!
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Old 24-07-2017, 13:59   #2
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Re: Newbie asking Best Bang for Buck Place to rent/use Liveaboard 39' on East Coast

pretty much all places are the same price for a given area, if you go to a nice area all those marinas will be the same price, if you go to a less nice place the marinas will be less but all will be the same price

The "East Coast" covers a LOT of area!
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Re: Newbie asking Best Bang for Buck Place to rent/use Liveaboard 39' on East Coast

If you wanted to rent it as a liveaboard, were would the first place you take it (if you wanted to rent out your boat)?

Name some of your own experiences or marinas you have loved?!? we honestly just looking for places that people have stayed or rented their boats as liveaboards while they aren't using them.

Thanks so much!
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