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Re: Live Aboard Marinas in Florida

the wife and I are close to purchasing a (43') boat in the Northeast. We are West Coasties and are hoping to pick it up in late September and sail a bit around New England before heading south to the Carolinas. We would like to slip/moor it for a month or so then come back early December and spend 2 weeks continuing south. Suggestions on Marina's? We have cruised SoCal so this is a big 'leap' so any help is greatly appreciated.
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Re: Live Aboard Marinas in Florida

That's a lot of coast and a lot of marinas. I'd suggest picking up one of the CIW guides or using those web sites. In paper you could be looking at a couple of thousand pages describing what to see and where to stay. Active Captain will also give you lots of online reviews and information.

And of course, if your boat is going to stay in a Carolina for 90+ days you may need to register it there or pays sales tax there. Check into time periods and tax laws to avoid a surprise.
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