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Its not my data, its the websites! At least I know I am not alone in my confusion. I have to move in January anyway and I am figuring since I am going to be getting a boat large enough to live on I may as well live on it and avoid paying rent somewhere else. I am hoping to be able to do it for 400-550 a month which is why I am trying to figure out their prices correctly. Anyway, thanks for the help. Also, I live RIGHT off the St. Johns river in St. Johns and was wondering if the Marinas you are talking about have hook ups or moorings that can be had for a lot cheaper?
A side question posed as a scenario: What if you wanted to spend two weeks on a mooring and two weeks on a dock to save money but still be able to use amenities at certain times when needed. Does any marina allow this? It seems like a way to get by the prices for a full month so I am inclined to think it is not allowed but I figured it worth asking.