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Not a huge fan of sites that don't allow me to see content without registering first.. I'd rather know whether it is worth giving the site my information, before I am committed to doing so.

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Karen, you say you are not commercial, yet you require an e-mail address and there is no advertising or anything for sale. May I ask exactly how you plan to support this site? Before I give my e-mail to anyone I want to know what I'm getting in to. Since I can't see anything of use on the site without registering I am reluctant to do so. Marinas.com provides all the info I need about a marina annd then some without being intrusive.
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Exactly my point Cam...

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Besides no Europe there.....sellfish.....
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Cam thanks for the link to Marinas.com it is most timely. We are planning on spending next fall/winter in the Bahamas. I am having our boat trucked from the Great Lakes to Florida and I need to find a marina to receive it and possibly do some upgrades.

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Greg...if you want to do some work yourself and only need a yard to offload the boat and drop her in the water....CrackerBoy yard in Ft. Pierce is a good choice and cheap. Harbourtown Marina right on the other side of the creek from them is a good full service marina. From either it is about 15 miles to the Vero Beach Muni marina where you can hang on a mooring for about $10 a day and have FREE transportation on the hour to stores, shops, restaurants, West Marine etc. and get to know a whole bunch of other cruisers heading the same place as you are!
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Thanks for the info, it is just what I was looking for and sounds perfect.

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I would find such a site very informative, but I will pass on the spam you are selling our email addresses to. That's my guess on how you are funding the site. And I find that to be rather questionable behavior.......
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Hmmm, one post, new member, no reply in four hours, AXE IT!

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