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Best/cheapest liveaboard marina in San Francisco Bay?

I noticed some liveaboards in Alameda area. Are those any good?
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that's a bit vague to get any really useful responses... Liveaboard what? Liveaboard boats? Liveaboard Slips? Any specific marinas??

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Yes they are very good...excellent in fact...best ones I know of actually...
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Yes they are very good...excellent in fact...best ones I know of actually...
I like mine sautéed with garlic sauce and a good Portuguese wine...

The older ones were no so good, what do you think??
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I like mine sautéed with garlic sauce and a good Portuguese wine...

The older ones were no so good, what do you think??
Well, I think I'll go back to cruisersforum, where not everyone is a bloody idiot.
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Good luck with that,only 70% i think.
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Well, I think I'll go back to cruisersforum, where not everyone is a bloody idiot.
Well, you kind of did ask for it with such a vague first post...

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I noticed some liveaboards in Alameda area. Are those any good?
And even when I asked you for clarification, you didn't... stupid is as stupid does...and if you're going to be stupid and rude...go do it someplace else.

Again... I'll ask: Liveaboard what? Liveaboard boats? Liveaboard Slips? Any specific marinas??

You could be talking about houseboats, barges, sailboats, trawlers, marinas that allow liveaboards, or even specific slips at marinas that allow liveaboards.

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Add some wild mushrooms and maybe a shot of congac Damm we all cant spell either! I sure do love sailing and a little curious about the alberg30 a friend of mine working in Jonesport Maine has rumors of one possibly for sale there conrad
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Well, I think I'll go back to cruisersforum, where not everyone is a bloody idiot.

Alberg30....congratulations, you learnt a new word!!! good, your parents must be proud...leaving 4th grade at age 32!!!

Congratulations once more....
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ok, so what is so difficult to understand about "Best/cheapest liveaboard marina in San Francisco Bay?

that would be "liveaboard marina" and "San Francisco Bay" with a question mark. Hmmm. tough one, there.
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