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Olympia, WA about $6.25/foot at Boston Harbor year round (for you New Englanders out there, the original developer was an optimist). Like any really neat marina it usually has a waiting list, but as a trimaran owner who's not afraid of mud at low tide, I was able to slip into a spot few others could use.
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Jeezus, I dont feel so bad. we're paying $174.00 for a 26 foot slip we have shore power/water. showers, laundry room. store, restaurant/bar and 24 hour security all on the dock. no liveaboards however, they have the "must vacate for 72 hours a week" loophole.
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I keep my boat in Miami on Key Biscayne. Most slips are owned and cost between $8,000 - $10,000 per foot. Then you would have your routine monthly fees.
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Vancouver, BC - as US25 says, moorage is dock/slip fees here on the Wet Coast.

On the North Shore I'm paying $3800 CDN taxes in, power included, for the year for 36 feet - works out to just under $9/ft/mo year round - and that's after a 25% discount for paying for the year up front.

I know that in the trendier False Creek area rates start around $10/ft/mo and go up from there ($12 to $15 not unusual)- our son pays virtually the same rate for a 30 footer there that we pay for our 35 where we are.

Our old yacht club, about 40 miles out of town has moorage rates of $1.25/ft/mo - I miss that! But there's a residency requirement that we no longer satisfy.
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I guess thats one advantage to owning a boat in the middle of the country, we pay $950 a year for a slip on Stockton lake and that includes elec. and water. Also has a shower house, good marina and a bar/restraunt. Nothing like trying to sail a boat in the middle of Missouri!
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I pay $5.50/ FT on the south end of lake Monroe. Thats at the bottom of the ST John river. Plus $10 a month electric. Comes to $157.50 a month with taxes and such.
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$1600/year for a slip suitable for a boat up to 30'
$1700/year same slip in a slightly more convienient location.
$2400/year for the slip I'm in, which would take a boat up to around 40'
There are some larger slips that are more than I'm paying but I think they top out at less than $3000/yr.

No liveaboards (though there are one or three by some special arrangement).
Electricty, Water, Pool and bathhouse facilities included in the above prices.

If you haul for the winter I think its about 2.50/ft/month for storage on land ($80/mo for my 32'er)
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I'm just curious what moorage rates around the country are like in comparison to Seattle, I pay:

$11.00 per foot, per month ($297 per month)

Plus a small electric bill based on use...

I'm glad this was clarified later on, as I had visions of a power cable running underwater to the mooring ball. I thought "Heck, who knows - they come up with new ideas all the time!"


I'm alright now...well, as good as I get anyhow.
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