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Best marina for liveaboard in St Maarten??

My wife, 10 yr ol' daughter, and myself are considering a position on St Maartens which will require a permanent relocation to the area. We would prefer to liveaboard full-time but I am not sure how realistic it would be. Does anyone know of a marina on either the Dutch or French side of St Maarten that would be suitable for a liveaboard family?
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We stayed at the Simpson Bay Marina...which was first class. Not sure if permanent live-aboard is permitted there.
IGY Simpson Bay Yacht Club Ľ GPS & Location
There are several other marinas in the lagoon which is where you would want to be.
Here's a list of everything there along with links to a few web sites.
Complete St Martin Marinas | St Maarten Marinas Information
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Very Helpful. Thanks
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