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If he can dock you "alongside" so you only take up the same number of linear feet as any other boat, then he should just charge you for the number of feet. It is not like he would have charged more by rafting up other boats outside of yours in any case, right?
But if he is putting you in a slip, and you occupy both sides of the slip, the same way that two 10' wide monohulls would have...then you are taking up two spots, and he'd be entitled to charge for them both. If he's a nice guy he'll give you a break because you are using two slips--but you are still only one user wrt the marina facilities, like the bathroom, electricity, water, etc. Remember, he still loses profit on all those by losing the second slip to you.