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Originally Posted by Alberg30
Well, I think I'll go back to cruisersforum, where not everyone is a bloody idiot.
Well, you kind of did ask for it with such a vague first post...
I noticed some liveaboards in Alameda area. Are those any good?
And even when I asked you for clarification, you didn't... stupid is as stupid does...and if you're going to be stupid and rude...go do it someplace else.
Again... I'll ask:
Liveaboard what? Liveaboard boats? Liveaboard Slips? Any specific marinas??
You could be talking about houseboats, barges, sailboats, trawlers, marinas that allow liveaboards, or even specific slips at marinas that allow liveaboards.
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Last edited by sailingdog; 01-23-2007 at 08:58 AM.