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Old 08-28-2007
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Eastern shore Liveaboard marinas?

Not that will be.. yet LOL but.. one never knows! I know the Sasafrass is real hot spot for liveaboard location but it's too far from the bay. but darn it's only an hr from my home in Bristol pa. If I ever do become a liveaboard it would be for about 9 months a yr. winter would be down south .. of course this all dependant on my ability to get lots of equity out of my house when I sell it. Just doing some idle thinking online here LOL
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Denise,
The Sassafras River is a good liveaboard location and you're right. it's about an hour out to the Bay. I live in Philly also and spend a lot of time just tinkering on the boat so being close is real nice. I think I also prefer to spend the extra time I would drive further south motoring out the river instead. However I'm heading for the Jersey coast next year, love that sea breeze. I don't know what the livaboard situation is there.
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I have lived aboard on the Sassafras for the last 7 years and very much enjoy the area. An extra plus for the area is the Bald Eagles, deer and fresh water. There are 4 marinas here I know of that have liveaboards.
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been awhile since I posted this one! Your both right. and I love that river too!. Mosey.. what's it costing you a yr? (if I may ask) When We had my boat at Sailing Assoc. I was quoted "about" $3600 a yr.. if they "wanted me".. We took a moorning for the 2 months i had left until bringing her home to Bristol pa. Back in June I had a real pleasant experiance with GTYB when the steering broke on my boat. GTYB (georgetown yacht basin) is very nice to deal with and they don't give off that' smug feeling I felt so strong at SA. I like the sass allot and the ride to bay is maybe a good thing for the diesel anyway since most don't get run enough. thanks for the replies guys!
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