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Old 03-01-2007
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I'm amazed by the number. When I originally put out feelers, the marinas I spoke to said, "no live aboards." After talking to some of the folks who use the facilities, the truth came out...the official policy is no live aboards, but once you're in...the rules are adjusted. Truth be told, I don't own a boat yet, but have this overwhelming desire to simplify my life. Don't know if buying a live aboard would necessarily do that. I am in the market for a mid-30's to low 40's sailboat. I've some sailing expierence (Magothy, Severn, Narragansett) but am no means an expert. If you'd like to offer some advice, look for my upcoming posts in "buying a boat" and "living aboard." Thanks to all who have answered my original post thus far. Cliff
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