Originally Posted by sneuman
ok, so what is so difficult to understand about "Best/cheapest liveaboard marina in San Francisco Bay?
that would be "liveaboard marina" and "San Francisco Bay" with a question mark. Hmmm. tough one, there.
Almost all of the liveaboard marinas I know of are waitlisted—in many cases the wait list is years long—this seems to be especially true in communities where the real estate prices are ridiculously high. Normally , to get around the wait list, one has to purchase a boat that is already cleared for liveaboard status. My question was directed towards trying to get more information as to what liveaboard situation he was particularly discussing.
If he had a specific facility or boat in mind, then he could have said so, and clarified his question.
While the basic question of what is the best/cheapest liveaboard marina in the SFO bay area sounds relatively simple... it really isn't, since it is very unlikely that he'd even be able to get into "the best/cheapest liveaboard marina". Also, as a rule, best and cheapest are generally not the same thing.
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