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CT marinas that allow live aboards and dogs?

we're looking for marinas in connecticut that allow liveaboards and dogs. any ideas out there?
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Most of Brewer's yards allow liveaboard. I know they have several marinas in CT. I'm in their Warwick RI marina at the moment, and I know they allow liveaboards here. They're very friendly folks.

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Hi Harnerco,
Try Spicers marina in Noank CT (near the mouth of the Mystic river). Friendly yard, live aboards are allowed, dogs are welcome, people are helpful and it's easy to get parts/service. I've been here since 1990 and love it.

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I am at the Brewers in Deep River and they do not allow live aboards. At least that is what their paperwork says. I have not actually asked...yet

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Try Fort Rachel Marina Mystic CT. I have a link on my web site.
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