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Caribbean Slip/Mooring Fees ?

We plan on storing our sailboat for several months (may be up to 8 months) in the caribbean in the near future. I''m sure costs vary depending on where we end up, but, generally speaking, what range should we expect to have to pay. Thanks... Doug
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Caribbean Slip/Mooring Fees ?

Doug, it''s hard to generalize on this since even a single place (e.g. Chaguaramas, Port of Spain Trinidad) offers a range of facilities, priced accordingly. More important for you is finding the right (aka: safe, physically secure re: storms) facility, and with the right staff if you plan to leave it in the water.

Suggest you visit the Caribbean Compass web site and search there for advertisers. The Boca (a local Trinidad yachtie periodical) web site (listed by publisher''s name) would be another source. All Hands is published in the USVI and they would be a third one. A few phone calls will give you more current info than what you''ll find here, I suspect.

Good luck! Don''t overlook the protected Bays at the south end of Grenada - locals & yachties provide ''looking after'' services for boats left at anchor there...altho'' I''m not sure how well I''d sleep at night should a storm brew up.

Jack
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