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Old 10-06-2008
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Tampa Mooring

I am looking for a mooring in the Tampa/ St Pete area for a mid 24-27' boat. Any possible leads would be appreciated.
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Hi there,

Not many moorings in this area but I know of a private dock that is available
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Hi Blue Water, I can't seem to send PM's until I get more posts. So hopefully you will get this. You can PM me your email and I can send you my Phone Number if you would like.

The dock is in Venetian Isles which is 10 minutes north of Saint Petersburg. It's the comunity full of canals protruding out in tampa bay south of Gandy and just across the bay from the Air Force Base. I have my boat 2 houses down from the one that is available. I draw 5 feet and I can get out in everything but the lowest tides. The canal itself is fine, there is just a low spot on the way out. The area is very safe and the canal is sheltered. The price is 300 per month, hard to beat really. I hope this answers some of your questions....
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Dock still available

Hi,

The dock is still available. Here are some pictures.
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i Hve a dockage lot it has 18 by 50 feet of uplands and for a boat of 40 - 50 feet water and power in hudson.
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I have a boatslip for rent just north of tampa. great area with waterfront bars and restaurants etc within walking distance. just off the gulf.

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