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Old 02-07-2020, 02:38   #16
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Re: Cheap, liveaboard- and work-friendly marina in Annapolis

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I'm a college student and owner of a 30 foot monohull in need of a place to keep it in Annapolis from July through November until I head south. Needs to be live aboard-friendly and also work-friendly (I need to sand and paint my decks, and probably a few other somewhat obnoxious tasks). However, I'm also definitely on a budget, so no need for fancy outdoor spaces or pools or whatever, though laundry and wifi would be nice. I'd love to be walkable to downtown if possible, so anywhere in Eastport would be ideal over the areas on the other side of Back Creek or elsewhere, but may not be possible. Please let me know if you've got any recommendations, even if they don't fit all those criteria (I know I'm looking for a bit of a rarity)
Are you willing to try Baltimore? Youngs Boat yard.
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Re: Cheap, liveaboard- and work-friendly marina in Annapolis

Might try a unconventional approach. Look at AirBnB, etc, see if there are places on the water and inquire about a slip. The owners might be more open to such ideas. You could leave the slip and anchor out for sanding, etc if an otherwise acceptable spot is available.
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222 Severn does allow sanding etc. A friend is there now doing a refurb.
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Re: Cheap, liveaboard- and work-friendly marina in Annapolis

Honestly I would anchor out if leaving in November and save a ton of cash. The shower facilities and dinghy docks make Annapolis a very friendly place for this. Most marinas charge BIG $$$$ for a less-than-year lease.
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