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post #11 of 13 Old 03-03-2007
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Is Solomons Is too far?

I know liveaboards at Spring Cove Marina on Solomons. They have a park-like setting, a restaurant and a heated pool. Lots of kids.
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So glad that I saw your post!!! I'm planning a move to work in DC in November, and we need a liveaboard marina. Pls see my private msg to you for the rest of my post.

Thanks, again for your post.
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looking 4 a slip

Originally Posted by SVEarlyLiberty
Cliff I too work in the DC area and live inb Fort Washington aboard our boat...We are in the Tantallon Marina which is a live aboard facility...Floating Dock (new) and other stuff...Short commute via MD210 and I295 North...Reply if you want further info...
I would like to know more about this marina it's a great little secret a has been looking for a live-aboard marina in the D.C. area and the only name given is the Gangplank and they have a 5 year waiting list to bring in a boat or you have to buy one from thier local dealer and hope to tranfer the slip. I live and work in Arlington VA and have been looking into buying a boat for 2 years, but someone told me to find a slip first if I want to live in the area. So any info you can give me would be a great help. Thanks
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