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You know.... If a marina wants to charge you and extra $100 per month if you are a liveaboard, doesnt that mean they dont like you?
They usually say its because you use more electricity, water, other resources than people who just store their boats there and visit on occasional weekends. That may not necessarily be *true* but its the rationale we've seen in most places.


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Re: Liveaboard friendly marinas?- Chessapeake

There are liveaboards at the Anchorage Marina on Boston St. in Canton. The cost through the marina is fair, but a lower cost is often available if you rent from an individual slip owner. A large number of the slips there are privately owned.


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Re: Liveaboard friendly marinas?- Chessapeake

+1 on Castle Harbor. I used to play music there for some outdoor events and there were lots of live-a-boards there.

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Ha! I just went to renew my driver's license, and the computer wouldn't accept the street address of the marina we live in here in Annapolis. Kept saying "incomplete address" and wanted an apartment or suite number. So now, "Slip xx" is part of our legal address, and I think that's really cool!
I just renewed mine. First they said my license had been suspended 6 years ago! I called Albany and they said it had not. So I just went back to another one, no problems there. I had no problem only listing a PO box to be put on the DL, so that is what I did. I did have to give them a physical address though. I don't know if they would accept a Marina or not for that as I am not yet living aboard. (not for long now at all) I think that is cool, that they accepted Slip number as an apartment. We will soon see how New York goes.
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