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Sailboats per City or County, State

What City or county within Fla or east coast would have the most boats for sale?
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Probably St. Pete/Tampa area. There's a lot in the Ft. Lauderdale area as well. why do you ask?

Outside of Florida, that would be Annapolis.
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Moving to where the boats are

I plan on buying a boat in the next couple of months so i'm moving where there at, thanks for the advice
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Moving seems kind of extreme and not necessary, but if you are landlocked - I understand your pain. Our sailing obsession caused us to move to Florida 3 years ago. We are on the Central East Coast and love it here - for the most part. There are lots of places that have good ocean access and plenty of deep water. If you are planning to live for any length of time in the place you pick, you have to make sure you like the area. Sounds like it is time for a road trip.
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#1="MIAMI, Ft Lauderdale", over a million boats regestered in Florida. Deal Maryland but its cold. Texas has allot of boats. California thousands.
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