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Any liveaboards for rent in Florida?

Hello all,

I am searching for a liveaboard that someone here may know of that could be rented for a few months or perhaps as long as 7. It would be for a married couple and we are looking around the St. Augustine area preferably. Secondary could be down the coast but not south of Vero Beach. Lastly, we would consider the Panhandle of Florida.

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Re: Any liveaboards for rent in Florida?

I once rented my liveaboard to a girl who wanted to give her girlfriend a night to remember. Me being the gentleman (cough, cough) slept on the beach, got woke up by the cops, walked back to the boat and the dock curmudgens never let me forget about that night. Those girls were rather loud they said. :-) That was at the St. Pete Beach marina.
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