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post #56 of Old 11-30-2009
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Btw, don't get floating condo syndrome. Go sailing regularly and enjoy your wonerful lifstyle. And if you don't want the expense or hasle of a car, just plan your fuel, water, pumpout and provisioning needs so that you can use a marina with a courtesy van. Many marinas have them, and you can cut down on transient fees by knocking this all out at once. If you are on the east coast there is a publication called skipper bob's that is a great tool for marina planing. It lists everything that you would want to know about marinas, anchorages, and nav hazards along the atlantic ICW.

Charles Gladden
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