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Bought My First Boat, she's a 38 foot Catalina Sloop, Love her, would love to get to know some fellow marina del rey neighbors!!
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Congratulations on your new boat Jessica. I have sailed several times with a friend on his 38 on the east coast of Canada. Always enjoyed the sail. I am now living in landlocked Alberta and except for charter trips occasionally to the coast I sail my 27 Catalina on a large Alberta lake, alas ....

Does Marina Del Rey allow live aboards? Playing with the idea of purchasing a boat and lodging it in Southern California.

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Howdy, neighbor! I'm in G basin. feel free to ask about the area. I'm out there all the time.

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Congratulations on your new boat Jessica. I have sailed several times with a friend on his 38 on the east coast of Canada. Always enjoyed the sail. I am now living in landlocked Alberta and except for charter trips occasionally to the coast I sail my 27 Catalina on a large Alberta lake, alas ....

Does Marina Del Rey allow live aboards? Playing with the idea of purchasing a boat and lodging it in Southern California.

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Let me guess, you currently sail out of Seba Beach?



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...and yes, they do allow liveaboards, though there are limited openings. If you are on your boat more than three nights a week, they jack up the rate and call you 'live aboard'. I believe each finger is limited to three of you.

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Let me guess, you currently sail out of Seba Beach?
Yes - at SBYC...do you have a connection to the Lake?
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...and yes, they do allow liveaboards, though there are limited openings. If you are on your boat more than three nights a week, they jack up the rate and call you 'live aboard'. I believe each finger is limited to three of you.
Thanks - going to have to build in some local time to explore the marina.

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Yes - at SBYC...do you have a connection to the Lake?
Been fishing/boating both summer and winter (ice fishing) and doing extensive conservation work especially at East Pit with Trans-Alta as partners for a couple of decades now. Their decommissioning the power plant means more conservation land they are donating, but the peregrine nesting site on the tower will be gone.

I've been involved in the purchase of some of the conservation lands outside of the Trans-Alta donations in the area (mostly the approval of funds through a couple of conservation nonprofits I've been active in).



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Awesome! Im in Basin D. We will have to try to get together. I was just out there for 4 days, got home saturday night. Will be back out in three weeks.
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Re: Marina Del Rey Neighbors????

Hi Jessica, which side of D Basin are you on? I have a Cat 36 right near the Ship's Store on the Panay side. Welcome to the neighborhood.

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