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DESPERATELY SEEKING MOORING: San Diego

Hi there, new to the forum.

FINALLY purchased my 2nd boat, a 1970 Cal 25 berthed here in San Diego. Now, the bigger issue: finding a home for her.

I''ve done my research and determined that a mooring would be most cost-efficient. After conducting my search I found that the only mooring space currently available is in Mission Bay. However, I need to acquire all the hardware, which includes getting an ENGINE BLOCK that''s been BOILED (so that it meets EPA/Lifeguard Inspection). Does anyone know of where I can get an engine block/mooring ball for less than $300, or know of someone who might be able to sell me their unused mooring??? Any help would be much appreciated!!!

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