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Old 19-11-2022, 11:14   #1
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DOCK FOR RENT Ft Lauderdale

DOCK FOR RENT Ft Lauderdale
Canal DOCK FOR RENT to MONO-HULL Sail Boat up to 50 ft.
Hurricane Safe canal in Citrus Isles Ft Lauderdale.
30 Amp service, safe, quiet and secure area. No boat traffic. Garden fence with gate to private dock.
Depth 9'6" at Dock, carries about 7'6" draft from New River.
Only 3 opening bridges to ICW, plus Rail bridge normally kept open.
$500 per month.
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Old 20-11-2022, 04:39   #2
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Would a polite civilised sober responsible owner be allowed to liveaboard if the boat is kept shipshape and attractive?

All noisy, polluting or unattractive maintenance to be performed elsewhere...
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Old 20-11-2022, 06:41   #3
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Sorry Paul, but the City does not permit any live-aboards in these canals.

Good luck
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Old 20-11-2022, 10:26   #4
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Re: DOCK FOR RENT Ft Lauderdale

Out of curiosity, how is a liveaboard defined in this context? Spending a week or two at the dock and going out cruising and coming back for another week or two, between say November and April, is that fitting city's description of a liveaboard?

BTW, if the question feels awkward, please see this thread for context.
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Old 02-12-2022, 22:17   #5
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Re: DOCK FOR RENT Ft Lauderdale

How much is your neighbor renting the tiki boats for?
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Old 07-12-2022, 20:12   #6
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Re: DOCK FOR RENT Ft Lauderdale

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Sorry Paul, but the City does not permit any live-aboards in these canals.

Good luck
That may be a 'rule'--- but I know four people who live in sailboats on those canals... Sailors who keep it classy-- get to stay... People who act like jerks and hang laundry outside or act unruly (disturbing the quiet)-- get booted... Upscale neighborhoods-- act accordingly. Easy peasy people...
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That may be a 'rule'--- but I know four people who live in sailboats on those canals... Sailors who keep it classy-- get to stay... People who act like jerks and hang laundry outside or act unruly (disturbing the quiet)-- get booted... Upscale neighborhoods-- act accordingly. Easy peasy people...
No...
I owned a house and a dock on this canal for 23+ years, nobody "get to stay".
The neighbors will call code, and I have done it too: I don't want strangers in my backyard or anybody shitting in my canal.
(There is no pump out facilities, hence no liveaboards allowed)

A great area for storing a boat as it is far enough inland to be hurricane safe, no storm surge, only winds.
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Sorry, the Dock is no longer available.
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Old 09-12-2022, 01:51   #9
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I owned a house and a dock on this canal for 23+ years, nobody "get to stay".
The neighbors will call code, and I have done it too: I don't want strangers in my backyard or anybody shitting in my canal.
(There is no pump out facilities, hence no liveaboards allowed)

A great area for storing a boat as it is far enough inland to be hurricane safe, no storm surge, only winds.

YOUR canal
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