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Re: Moored

Mooring takes some effort...but can really be nice on the wallet...certainly not for everybody though...I have moored three different boats in the same locale...and awaiting my fourth and biggest boat to have moored nearby the house...Lot's of streets that dead-end into bays have public access..most people don't know about these areas...and these spots are good places to launch a dinghy out to a moored vessel.....I do live very close to the bay where I moor boats and so I can easily check on them...
Also, if there is a public boat ramp nearby it helps...so you can load/dis-embark passengers and also just lay her along a finger dock at the ramp and sort through her/re-fit for a day...around here you can get away with leaving her over night at the public dock and really get into some sorting or even do a small project I guess if you wanted to before it's time to leave...sometimes boats stay at the public dock for several days but I wouldn't push my luck with the local water-cops for more than for a night ...but there it is...

Last edited by souljour2000; 04-27-2012 at 11:29 PM.
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