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Re: Liveaboard friendly marinas?- Chessapeake

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Originally Posted by wingNwing View Post
Agreed, they like to know what they're getting in to. We try to visit in person, and bring a photo of the boat. We've offered to bring references from our previous marina, but no one has ever asked.
An how very funny you say that. Wait till you tell them that you want to know if they accept LA's and you are a family of four with a fat bulldog.... then the line really gets quiet!!!

I DID have to bring a picture of the boat, twice (2 seperate marinas). And both times had to bring documentatoin on the boat and full insurance. When they saw the boat, they were fine. But as was mentioned earlier, they are trying to keep out some of the riff raff. I cannot blame them. Both times took owner's approval.

Is that legal? I don't know.

Brian

PS Did not mean to redirect your thread.
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