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Hello everyone! I am planning to move aboard in the next 60 days and am searching information for liveaboard marinas in the Crystal Coast/Wilmington area of NC. I do know that the Sheraton in New Bern, NC allows liveaboards and they are very reasonable, but wondering if anyone knows of any others??? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Virtually no marinas will tell you they take liveaboards.
You have to wander the docks and FIND liveaboards...then bring your boat into the marina for a "month or two"...then ask ever so politely if they will let you stay now that you've proven to be a good citizen.
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Just across the river from the Sheraton is the Bridgepointe Hotel & Marina. I know for a fact that they allow live aboards because my roomate is the sales manager of the Hotel part and gets all pissed off that they don't charge the liveaboards any extra. I can't remember the monthly charge but I remember it being dirt cheap for both the Sheraton and Bridge Pointe.

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activecaptain.com is a way to find all/most of the facilities in an area. There is a liveaboard section in the Dockage tab that gives information about liveaboard capabilities if people have entered it.

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