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Hello All,

Whilst struggling with upgrading my P365 Ketch(refrigeration, electricals, standing and running rigging, etc...) another conundrum came up. What to do with our house for the 12-14 months we will be gone. We live near the coast of Maine (on one of the major rivers to the ocean) and I would like to be able to rent the house with mooring instead of closing it up. I figure there must be a mechanism within the cruising community that has figured this issue out as well. Does anyone know if there is a regional or local cruising rental friendly process.
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Don't know of any specific agencies, but the two things that are constant when renting are someone to manage the property and a quality leasee. I don't know what the business climate in your area is, but someone on a temporary relocation might be a good person to rent to.

You might also inquire around any local boatyards for someone doing a refit or other year long job on their boat as a possible renter. Or someone cruising who would like to spend some time in the area.

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