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hi< I'm living in miami, fl, and for a long time ago,i'm single and with 43 years old, i'm tired a lot for the expensive price for the rents. I'm from Argentina, and was living for a 3 years in the farm, with a semi-desertic climate, and always i dream in live aboard, I am working in this idea, i 'm thinking to keep a lots of my things in a storage, i'm looking for the marina and the boat, jajjaaa, sometimes i think that i'm crazy, really, all times i check by internet about the sailboats and marinas, can someone help me in web adress to reach it, thank a lot. matias
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I like to know about mooring in dinner key, they have a dingy's place? I 'm sorry about it but I'm new in it and I like it too much, thank
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Dinghies at DINNER KEY

There are two places to tie up dinghies. Officially boaters are supposed to tie up to the dinghy dock on the south end of the marina, near pier 7 at Dinner Key Marina. There are many tied up there on a regular basis, however it is somewhat exposed to the sidewalk and street and theft is common. The other place where dinghies have been tying up is on the north end of the marina, along the wall adjacent to the Chart House, next to Scotty's Landing. It clearly says that dinghies are not allowed to tie up along the wall in front of Scotty's Landing, however, further towards the point seems to not be a problem.

You can see the anchorage spots here:
Marinas.com | Dinner Key Marina - Florida, United States



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