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We have lived at Port Credit Yacht Club (just west of Toronto) for thirteen years. After prorating the initiation fee it became less expensive than a marina after three years.
That sounds good, except for one little thing. "(just west of Toronto)", unless that's Toronto, Fla, Thanks but no thanks.

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It is rare for private clubs to have live aboards and the slips go to old members.

Not around here it isn't.
Where is "here"? I think you're in SF Bay area, right? Not Chesapeake Bay.
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Right off the top of my head I can think of four yacht clubs here in the SF East Bay Area with their own marinas that allow liveaboards.
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this is a decent resource to see what is close, while the links to the sites may not say 'yea or nea' to the live-a-board question, you can at least glean the contact info and give them a ring.... searchable by locale

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