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Old 17-08-2011, 10:20   #1
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Sea Cove Marina - Marathon Key, FL

Anyone heard anything about this place? Im planing on buying my first vessel from here and was wandering if anyone knows anything bout the place good or bad. Thanx
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Old 17-08-2011, 23:35   #2
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BTW It' the city of Marathon on Vaca Key.
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Old 18-08-2011, 06:32   #3
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Thanx. U heard anything about the marina? Goox or bad
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I was the Dockmaster at Marathon Marina & Boatyard. Left 6 years ago. If I remember correctly sea cove was more of motel than marina. Get boat surveyed so you know what your getting into. What kind of boat and what's it's story?
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Re: Sea Cove Marina - Marathon Key, FL

GOOGLE
Lots of reviews there
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Old 18-08-2011, 14:31   #6
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Re: Sea Cove Marina - Marathon Key, FL

Stayed at the place 10 years ago on a house boat tied to the dock ,did not see any real marina activity when we were there, but the people were nice, and cost reasonable. what type of boats are they selling?? . Ole
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Sorry folks I just got back in from hopefully my last trip as a commercial fisherman. Thanx for the info. I found a place willing to sell sailboats on contract and was wandering if it was a scam. 600 hundred a month that included slip fees.
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I was told he has a 24' morgan and a 25' catalina. Im absolutely dieing to own a boat and live out the rest of my days fishing and island hoping. And unless I find a better deal im headed to Marathon. He says they have more boats also
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