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Old 13-11-2007, 08:07   #1
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Good Morning-Newbie Here!

Good Morning All,
Just found this site and joined up. I am a long-time liveaboard (over 6 years) first in SC now in Florida. Heading to the Keys the end of the month and need some info on the Boot Key area. Everything I found on this site is several months if not a couple of years old and just wanted to know if anything has changed. I was down there via car the first of last week and everyone at the city marina was very pleasant and helpful. Lots of mooring balls, guess they put in a couple of new fields and while the showers were old, they did seem clean.
Any info about the area and/or surround areas would be appreciated!
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Welcome aboard svnisus!

I would imagine there are others who can fill you in regarding your questions.
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Aloha Nisus,
Welcome aboard!! Hope someone pops up with the answers to your question. Usually someone has the right answers.
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hi, I've just found and registered on this site and a bit baffled when asked to introduce myself on an 'Introduce' forum and cannot find any trace of same, can anyone help If this is the proper place then I apologise
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Yes Will, “Meets & Greets” is the place to introduce yourself.
http://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/f9/
Just start a new thread, and tell all (you choose) about yourself, your boat (if applicable) and your plans.
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