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post #11 of Old 05-02-2012
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Re: Liveaboard Commuting to D.C.

My wife and I lived aboard and we both commuted to the DC area , but that was around 20 years ago. The commute was about an hour each way and we shared driving. Port Annapolis allowed live aboards(even had a dock devoted to liveaboards only) and we also lived aboard and commuted from Baltimore area(White Rocks Marina). After leaving the government I worked as a consultant and never did commute to the DC area again, but it required traveling to fly out of BWI. At that time I lived aboard in Solomons and one way rental cars were easy to get to the airport and back. Solomons is one of the best places to live aboard IMHO. Another possibility is over on the eastern shore of MD. While you have the bay bridge to content with, the commute time into DC will not be much different than from Annapolis. Piney Narrows Marina is a good choice on Kent Island and does have some liveaboards and many vacant slips and the price is much less than the Annapolis area. It's a well run marina.
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