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Re: Dock vs. mooring

So it seems mostly based around what the marinas in your area are like. Where I am docked there are virtually no liveaboards, no big powerboats, no generators, no noise, no-one sitting on the docks at 9am in a wifebeater suppin on a Colt45. It' very quiet and very sheltered. I don't live on the boat either, so the view, or having neighbours makes no difference to me, the view is out on the water a few minutes away. In my particular situation, I'd take the slip anyday.
So the summary to whole thread, is docking is better. Unless you prefer mooring, in which case that one is better.
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