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Old 29-08-2019, 08:28   #76
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$10-$12 / foot /month Los Angeles harbor back among thr container cranes, probably $15 and up in the ritzy areas like Dana Point or Long Beach shoreline marina.
We call the area you refer too as " Wilmington Shores , Where the Sewer meets the sea " We have the world famous " Chowder Barge" " Marina Cafe " " Wrights Store " and the number one floating Yacht club in California " The San Pedro Yacht Club " Lived in Newport for 15 years so I know the difference , We love our community and all the eclectic Sailors and Fisherman . So figure out what kind of boater you are and look for a marina that fits you , the cost will be what it will be , most important part is enjoy where you are the camaraderie will pay off way more than the cost . Dave Mark , Past Commodore of SPYC and owner captain of , Sailing /Cat Bama Breeze
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Old 29-08-2019, 08:37   #77
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Bruce Mines Marina on the North Channel of Lake Huron:

Seasonal serviced (potable water and electricity) = $25.00 per ft Canadian
Transient overnight with service = $1.25 per ft
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Old 29-08-2019, 09:39   #78
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Here's an affordable, safe marina that offers dry storage and wet slips. A lot of DIY boats here. It's off the Rappahannock River/Chesapeake Bay. No boat tax in Lancaster County, Virginia. Marine store, lounge, showers, pool, snack bar open some days and hours. No nearby services: rent/buy a car.

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Example: 40' wet slip: about $2500 annual, $375 monthly. Liveaboard fee: "ask owner"
Dry storage: round trip haul, pressure wash block and relaunch $310. Storage $152/month.
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Old 29-08-2019, 16:41   #79
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What is it estate agents say? Location, location, location.

The question, regrettably, is not even worth considering until refined.
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Old 29-08-2019, 19:13   #80
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We pay $18.00 per foot USD, per month, for our slip in San Diego, Ca. Slip fees include (swimming pool, jacuzzi, bathrooms and showers, free pump out station, free parking and water).
Also includes free wifi, but that is a joke as it doesn't work. We just use a hotspot via our cell phones.
Location is Killer.
*No liveaboards allowed, supposed to stay only max of 3 days per week, but, we oldies ignore this. If your friends with the workers and the security, they do too.

Walking distance to great restaurants, short drive to everything else.
Older Marina, but, nice floating docks and great people. Nobody is snotty, hottie tootie?
You'll find older cars in the parking lots. The people who rent here, like us, would rather have an older car AND a boat. Versus new flashy car (no boat).
Electric is metered, but in San Diego, that's about an $18.00 per month bill for our 30 footer.
We would live here full time in a heartbeat, if they allowed liveaboards. But, they do not.
In the meantime, we love the hell out of this Marina, and appreciate every day we can on the water here.
It's a small heaven for us.
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Old 30-08-2019, 08:56   #81
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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 30-08-2019, 09:33   #82
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Here in Ensenada Mexico, we are at the finest Hotel, "Hotel Coral" on this coast and it has their own luxury marina. We have full run of the hotel including the swimming pool, Jacuzzi, laundry, gym, hair saloon, spa, TV, Internet, restaurant indoors or outdoor more for lunches etc. Fuel dock, nice neighbors, close to really great shopping, and some of the best fishing, close to downtown tons of restaurants, etc. Our boat is 50'. I asked yesterday for another cleat and they had installed one in less then an hour, all the help you could ask for. Staff really nice. Very protected harbor from the sea. A short drive to our house near Palm Springs. Yes full time live a board if you want. Fast service for cheap pump outs. Super nice workers here. About $14 a foot. We love it here.
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Bundaberg Port Marina Qld Aus

16 meter berth including living aboard, power and use of all facilities = $4389.00 ($2993.00US) for 6 months......
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Old 05-09-2019, 15:22   #84
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Why are so many people bothering to reply to this utterly meaningless thread?

If you want to keep a boat in the US what relevance is there to what I pay in Genoa, Italy?

Never mind that, if you keep a boat on the Eastern as seaboard of the US what relevance is there you the cost on the Western.

If you want to know the cost near you just use a web site.
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Old 05-09-2019, 15:36   #85
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Why are so many people bothering to reply to this utterly meaningless thread?

If you want to keep a boat in the US what relevance is there to what I pay in Genoa, Italy?

Never mind that, if you keep a boat on the Eastern as seaboard of the US what relevance is there you the cost on the Western.

If you want to know the cost near you just use a web site.
Well you "bothered" didn't ya sport, even though you supplied absolutely nothing of interest to anyone eh, jog on
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Old 05-09-2019, 16:38   #86
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Alita49Ds its actually a very interesting thread. Splash of Lime is making me wish we had our yacht moored at his marina. My kids would love it.
Here in Oz a marina with a pool is a very rare thing. I did not know it was even a thing until we stayed at Midland Marina Ontario and realised what we had been missing out down under.
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I have a 46' Cheoy Lee trawler and 41' Morgan sailboat, and was paying about $1000/month in Key Largo until Hurricane Irma 2 years ago, and then they upped prices to $1500 overnight after the storm. Key West is even more expensive! Plantation Yacht Harbor in the upper Keys is reasonable, but stays are limited to 4 months as it's a county facility and they discourage long term liveaboards. About the same on the west coast of Florida. Just got back from a month in Green Turtle, Abacos for $600/month for a slip, however, no more Abacos for a few years.
If you want cheap and you don't mind the cold, go north up the Tennessee River and Cumberland River where slips are about 50% cheaper and they give you a loaner car to boot to go to town.
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Currently in the Gulf and it’s 94F outside

Slip with electric is Priceless

We all know marina price is all over the map. While we may not like it we pay it indicating we consider it “fair” for the given location
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