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Living aboard on Curacao

Hello sailors! Did anyone cruise Curacao island? Are there any slips, anchorages there? I have a job offer on the island and thinking of living aboard my Hallberg-Rassy 31 Monsun there. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you.
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Hello sailors! Did anyone cruise Curacao island? Are there any slips, anchorages there? I have a job offer on the island and thinking of living aboard my Hallberg-Rassy 31 Monsun there. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you.

I'm so so jealous of you. Been to the Island several times and could absolutely live there permanently. Although I have not cruised the ABC's and I can't add anything to your question other than just to say, enjoy!!
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Hi,

Welcome to Curacao,

Is your boat already here? I'v seen one on the hard.

For more information go to cruisersforum.com and ask (PM) "beachgirl1952", she is in the scene and knows more about living on a boat.

For sure you need a working and living permit. There is a lagune for anchoring and a few slips.

Good Luck
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