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I'm looking for a live aboard boat to rent/live on in MDR asap. I hear they're hard to find, but I know they're out there! I'm single, 34, male, clean, & professional. Please call or tell a friend!

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Good luck. SoCal marinas have multi-year-long waiting lists for live-aboard slips.
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Try putting up a poster on the bulletin board at the Ship's Store on Panay. My dock is right there and I know they allow liveaboards. You never know who might see it. Also, I think the Mariner is cheap to advertise in. Good Luck,

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