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Old 17-05-2012, 15:30   #1
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Dock to refuel/load supplies in Fort Lauderdale?

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I'm starting a sailing trip in the next week where I'll be sailing from Marathon, FL to Bimini. I'll be in and around Bimini for ~7 days and then I'll be sailing over to Fort Lauderdale to drop off all the crew but myself and pick up 5 more. We'll need some space to load the boat and a place to pick up some fuel and water before we head back to Bimini for 1 more week and then sail back and put her away for hurricane season.

I've done some searching on the web but I can't seem to find any details on specific marinas that would be good for unloading/loading between trips. From looking at google maps satellite it appears that the closest thing is Ft Lauderdale marina. Does anybody have recommendations on a good place to dock for the day? Thanks!

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Royale Palm on the Dania Cut-off canal would be an ok option. Daily rate is 1.75 / ft / night. There's a fuel dock next door at Harbortown. Plenty of slips open. No bridges. Enter Port Everglades and motor 5 minutes south.
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