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Old 22-10-2007, 18:24   #1
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South Carolina Liveaboard Marinas

I may have an opportunity to move to SC in the near future...I am looking forward to getting below the freeze line..I will possibly be working in charleston...Can anyone give me a good liveaboard friendly marina within an hours drive....P.S. Need T-Head for a Cat...Thanks
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Old 05-04-2011, 13:02   #2
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Re: South Carolina Liveaboard Marinas

I may be moving the Charleston in the next few months and looking for some live aboard marina options.

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Old 05-04-2011, 13:16   #3
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Re: South Carolina Liveaboard Marinas

There is City Marina and Charleston Harbor marina. But they are very expensive. Basically you are paying for access to the harbor, and they are well maintained. Cooper River marina is run by the county and a little cheaper, it is up by the old navy base. There is a marina south down the icw at the Stono river, I have not checked their rates.
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Re: South Carolina Liveaboard Marinas

Older thread, but I'm at The Harborage at Ashely Marina. All the slips here are privately owned. Check craigslist or other local classifieds for available slips. You can also check Bohicket Marina on Seabrook Island or St Johns Yacht Harbor on John's Island. Another good marina is Charleston Harbor Marina in Mt Pleasant. They "technically" only have 6 liveaboard berths, but I know at least twice that many that live there. There are a TON of good marina's in Charleston, it all depends on how far you want to be from the harbor. I can be at the jetties in about 45min from my slip, whereas from St John's it's going to take you 3-4 hours depending on tides.
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