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You need to ask the slip "owner" those questions. His deal with the marina may allow him to sublet it himself, or it may not. he needs to tell you that his deal with you is legit with the marina.
Here on the Chesapeake, I think it is fairly standard for the marina to have a say over sub-letting no matter for how long. I know my lease says if I am leaving the slip empty for more than 3 days (I think it is) I need to notify the marina. The marina has first right to "sublet" the slip if they so choose. My telling them my plans also let's them know that I have the boat and it's not MIA.
In any case, I'd get this straight before you show up at the slip and possibly find there's a problem not of your making.
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