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post #8 of Old 08-26-2006
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You could get a 30-35' liveaboard for that price, but it would probably be an older one, and in need of a fair amount of work. BTW, most marinas provide bathroom and shower facilities to the boats that use them. So, pumping out is not that much of a problem, provided you use the shore-based facilities rather than those on your boat. Pumping out is often a free service, and may be included with some of the fees you'll be paying to have your boat in a slip.

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