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Old 20-07-2017, 09:47   #1
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Dock i can use?

Hello everyone. I have a 23 foot Spirit sailboat and I was wondering if anybody would allow me to use their dock in the Port Richey/Hudson area of Florida without charging an arm and a leg. I would like to keep the boat there duing the week so i dont have to trailor it everywhere just to sail for one day. We will respect your property but if you want to come out with us you will be more than welcome. Please let me know soon. Thank you
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Welcome aboard JC, good luck in your search!
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Check dockskipper.com
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My experience with sites like dockskipper and other similar services is that you get outrageous prices, for which I rather be in a Marina with:

- parking
- internet
- 30/50 amp
- water
- security
- I can stay on my boat and even live aboard if thats an option/interest

Privsate dock owners ... are generally crazy. But I do get how you could find an exception.
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