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Old 03-12-2010
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You'd really be better off starting your own thread on this.. As for mooring locations, it really depends a lot on what boat you have. Since you don't have the boat yet, the answers won't be very specific.

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Originally Posted by swanfrogg View Post
Hmmm some of you seem to know Northern Washington. I am looking to purchase a sailboat in Annacortes. I live in New York. I am toying with the possibility to leave the boat for a couple of seasons in Seattle area and go cruising out there before trucking the boat back to Long Island.
could someone recommend a mooring location - affordable - since the boat will be un-used for 40 days at a time.
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