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Ditto the Vero Beach recommendation. A great place to hang out for a while with everything you could want a free bus ride away. + Clubhouse & wireless internet available out on the moorings.
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Any body know anywhere to liveaboard in the tampa bay area.

Regatta Point Marina in Palmetto allows live-aboard, if this is not too far south of Tampa for you. We found the other liveaboards to be extremely friendly and really enjoyed our two week stay.

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Old Island Marina,Stock Isl.call Dan @ 305-295-6368 Live aboard slips $12 ft , Metered electric,water,bathrooms,trash dumpsters,parking,security,One island up from Key West.Safe Harbor,deep water to Atlantic,Good neighbors They have really cleaned this place up in the last couple of months.

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Vero Beach is hard to beat. Rent a mooring - low monthly rates,free city bus service to anywhere local,nice facilities.

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