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Does anyone have any ideas about a 6 mo liveaboard in Charleston beginning in NOV 07 for my wife and I? Where? Who? How much? Thank you
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This place across the Harbor was cheaper than the "city" marina and very nice but I don't know if it meets your price criteria. Note rates are at the bottom of the page:
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Im not sure where a good marina is now since 2 of the best have closed up, but i can say, stay as far away from Dolphin Cove Marina as you can. Ive had a bad time with them and prefer being out on anchor now to being there. I know City Marina has slips for that long, but im not sure on the prices.
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