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Caribbean East and West and including the big islands and the east coast of Central America and Northern littoral of S. America


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Question Marsh Harbour Mooring Rental

I'm moving my 48' cat from St. Simon's Island to Marsh Harbour in the Abacos in 2 weeks and I'm trying to find some information about who rents moorings in Marsh Harbour. Does anyone have a suggestion? Many thanks.
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Marsh Harbor Marina, The Conch Inn & Boat Harbor Marina are the three biggest marinas in Marsh Harbor. I bet a little google search among those names would give you some contacts. 'take care and joy, Aythya crew
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Im a little late on my 2 cents but we kept our 46 sloop Dream Catcher at the Jib Room for several months in 2008. They did keep cats at the dock in certain locations. I note them because we left our boat there for extended periods as we traveled back to the US, and they were great with security and had very reasonable rates for longer periods. The rib and steak nights are a must. Great folks own and run the marina.
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