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Old 10-23-2011
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Liveaboard Marina in S. Florida

We're looking to spend 3 or more months in South Florida and would like to arrange monthly dockage in 3 different marinas. Any recommendations for liveaboard marinas Palm Beach or further south and in the Keys? Marina needs to be safe (will be flying home for a week over the holidays), reasonably priced, biking distance to groceries and shops. Please share your suggestions.
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Try looking on CraigsList under boatslips and under dockage in Ft. Lauderdale and Florida Keys.
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Catfree, forgive me if this is old news to you, but are you aware of Florida's quirky boating regulations? i.e. "anyone born on or after January 1, 1988 must have a Boating Safety Education ID Card to legally operate a boat in Florida" and anything with a motor, including your dink, must have a registration sticker on it. Couple of others they've got, but I don't think they require a FL registration unless the boat is in-state more than 183 days. (As many states do.) And hurricane season runs till...December 1st? which may impact your insurance policy.

The weather should be fine...just a head's up on the regulatory side, tourists are considered fair game.
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