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Old 03-09-2013
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Port Charlotte Boat Slip

I might need a place to keep a W27 in Port Charlotte (or surrounding area) for a month or so.

Any recommendations?

I'm driving there tomorrow and may work out a deal to make a purchase... I would then need a slip until I'm ready to start moving it to Cocoa Beach.

I don't really need amenities. Just a safe place with access.

I don't have a dingy/tender so mooring is out.
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Re: Port Charlotte Boat Slip

My advice would be to check the local craigslist. Here in the Tampa Bay area, you can always find a listing or two from someone who has a waterfront home, but no boat of their own, and is wanting to rent out their dock. Such rentals are usually in the neighborhood of 30%-50% less than local marinas. I'd bet you'll find similar listings in Port Charlotte.
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