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Old 07-21-2012
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Re: Not to be repetitive, but greeting from the Windy City

I'll definitely take any info on Olson or any other time-share systems in the Chicago area. Already looked at SailTime and Pinnacle, they seem pretty damn expensive for what they're offering. My ideal would be owning my own boat, but the slip fees in Chicago are just ridiculous, they'd essentially double the annual cost. Hell, I've seen a few 30-35 footers lately that are ready to go and would cost me less than the annual slip fee, assuming I could even get one. Considering Hammond seriously because they seem a bit more reasonable and it wouldn't be much farther for me to go there than it would be to go to Burnham. I'll definitely take a look around Muskegon as well. Have been looking at the boats at Corwleys on occasion, would probably store there for the winter if I ever got one.

Also, I'm definitely up for a meetup at SS next year.
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