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Old 11-28-2006
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Smile Temporary slip available in Key Biscayne

I will be hauling my boat mid January (a bit flixible) and could sub-let at a discount my slip to the right persons/boat. The slip will hols a 60ft boat, and both 220v and water are included. The marina is located just in Key Biscayne park, with plenty of parking and crusing waters are so close your engine won't reach running temp. In order to make this happen communication must be made with me via phone so we can work out the detail. Number will be provided upon request. I will return mid March, but we can work on actual dates later. OK then if your looking to cruise Biscayne Bay, the Keys and/or any of the Bahama Islands you know have your home base. Let me know your thoughts.




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Gil,

You should call/PM Goodnes. He PM'd me a day or so ago about helping him find a slip in Florida. Seemed nice enough.

He is a member of sailnet and posted earlier looking for marinas in florida.
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Hi -

I might be interested in your slip. I have a 57' sailboat with a 76' mast that draws 7'. Would I be able to get to the slip easily?
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I'll bet that draft is a bit of a problem!
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I bet you are right! The actual draw is 6'7" but saying 7' gives just a bit more margin for error.
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