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Good luck with that....many marinas in florida are no longer allowing liveaboards, and the ones that are generally have a fairly significant waiting list, especially for something in the size range you're looking at. Also, getting insurance for a boat that is going to be in Florida has gotten much more difficult, as the premiums have skyrocketed, and many insurers aren't even offering it anymore. The marinas close to larger cities are the ones most likely to have longer waiting lists IMHO. Hopefully, someone here has a couple of suggestions, but from what I've read of the threads related to Florida, boat insurance and marinas, it doesn't look very promising for you.
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