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Old 28-08-2019, 14:11   #61
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Re: PLEASE POST YOUR MARINA COST

Honokohau Harbor, Kailua-Kona, HI, The Big Island $158.15 for a 37' slip, Med. Tie to a buoy, includes water but nothing else. State owned marinas are quite inexpensive but waiting lists very long. Took me 5 years to get my slip.

Oceanside Harbor, Oceanside, CA $14 a foot includes water and electricity with fingers, live aboard extra. Short waiting list for under 29' boat but years long list for longer boats unless you buy a boat already in a slip.
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Old 28-08-2019, 14:26   #62
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I wont post our price for two reasons 1) I don't want to make other jealous and; 2) I don't want to see an influx of people at our marina.
Docks are 5 years old, waters free, power is extra.
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Old 28-08-2019, 14:49   #63
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$40 PF for up to a 35 foot boat, price per foot goes up to i believe $45 per foot for a 40' slip.
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~ $125/month with power, 10 miles south of Annapolis. It is rather shallow and no frills, but where else could I afford a slip 22' wide?


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Old 28-08-2019, 15:09   #65
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In the Rio Dulce there are a bunch of places to dock, (Belizesailor's place) There are probably 10 marinas that all keep their prices about the same, maybe $5 US per foot/ month. Water is free but electrons are not .50 per kw.
And some places on the Rio even have houses with docks for rent for less than you would pay for just a slip in many places....WAY less than some!
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Given that the OP started this enquiry, I think he now has an obligation to capture all this data in a spreadsheet!
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Old 28-08-2019, 15:57   #67
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Re: PLEASE POST YOUR MARINA COST

Several people have posted widely different prices per foot with no indication of duration.

If quoting per foot, can you please say whether these are daily/weekly/monthly/annual rates?
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Old 28-08-2019, 17:22   #68
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greeting! First post here,


could everyone post their marina, sizeboat, boat slip cost(with electric) on here? I just want to get an idea. Looking at getting a sailboat. Also if they are on a hook.



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Old 28-08-2019, 17:35   #69
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Given that the OP started this enquiry, I think he now has an obligation to capture all this data in a spreadsheet!
Something tells me the OP is a troll. He has started 3 obvious newbie threads (nothing wrong with being a newbie). But when asked for more info, he hasn't come back or added to the thread.
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Something tells me the OP is a troll. He has started 3 obvious newbie threads (nothing wrong with being a newbie). But when asked for more info, he hasn't come back or added to the thread.
Look on the bright side, it has been an interesting conversation and I have had another opportunity to tell people that I have a berth available for AUD$500/month.
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Old 28-08-2019, 19:07   #71
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Been in the same marina for 24 years, it's gone up. I pay $15/mo total. The place is falling apart, but it's a deal and close to great sailing.
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I was paying 110 usd per month for a slip ( free electricity when it worked ) on lake tenkiller (eastern oklahoma ) until a tornado rolled it up into a wadded up mess. Now my mastless catalina 27 sits on a trailer at my farm rent free.

Other marinas in western Arkansas and eastern oklahoma run between 100 and 150 per month. The cost is not generally length dependent. The boats stay in the water year around. I plan to stay at lake dardanelle when I get her back going as it is close to home and is on the Arkansas river which gives gulf/ocean access.

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How rude! I’ll have you know that those of us in jerk water FL are a proud group of environmentally friendly boaters. Why we only use slightly worn Maytag appliances for our mooring fields. 🤪

lmao....you tell'em!
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Palma, Majorca. real Club Nautico de Palma


262 euros/night for a 65 footer.


Absolute bargain there mate !
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Pretty much, you can tell all of the developers have forgotten about Katrina. Construction of new homes and condos is going full force. We're going to need another good one in about twenty years to reset everything again and keep the carpetbaggers away!
Yeah it has lost a lot of its previous charm, but glad to see the construction dollars.
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