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Ft Lauderdale slip

Does anyone know of an avialable slip in the Hollywood or Ft Lauderdale area that I can rent for about one month? I have the engine out of my Tartan 30 and have a fresh Moyer Marine unit ready to install. I hope to get the engine reinstalled by this Sunday as I have to move to another slip by Tuesday. Also, does anyone in the area have a power boat we could use to tow Mox Nix with in the event I do not have the new motor running by this wekend? Thanks
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City of Hollywoods marina usually have room this time of the year. You can pay by day or month. But you have to come in by your own motor.
The cheapest onehundred dollars I ever spent was a membership with a marine tow company.

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Thanks, I have Sea Tow insurance but they will not tow you from a dock, they only do breakdowns. I have the engine installed now and hopefully will have it running tomorow so I should be able to make it on my own power now. If I can start and then break down I can call Sea Tow. I'll check with Hollywood. Thanks,
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