Originally Posted by T37Chef
Before you purchase, locate a slip and know what the cost is going to be, not to mention will they allow live-a-boards (seems less and less on the Bay). I had a very hard time finding a marina for our boat, at 42' overall...that I was willing to pay the price for or could even take a boat over 35'.
Just a heads up, you may have no problem
Harge's is liveaboard-friendly, as are many marinas in Annapolis and Eastport.
We've been living aboard in Annapolis for 5 years now, loving it ... fewer disagreements than even the (very few) we had on land, so don't let the liveaboard/divorce horror stories scare ya!