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Liveaboard marina in Seattle area?

I''m looking for a liveaboard slip/marina in the Puget Sound area. Near Seattle would be ideal and not to expensive. Any suggestions?
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Liveaboard marina in Seattle area?

I''d encourage you to drop by the Northwest Boating site, use the forum and invite comments from the ''locals'' there.

http://www.nwboating.net/

Keep in mind that there''s a tug of war in Washington right now with the intent of restricting living aboard boats. There are several lengthy threads on that topic and links therein which will take you to the State''s public BB on this topic. Some marinas may be more effected by this legislation than others, depending on their location & ownership.

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Liveaboard marina in Seattle area?

Ballard Mill Marina sometimes has slips at about $7-8 per foot plus liveaboard fees (approx $100 for two), although you may have to pay for a 40'' slip even if your boat is smaller.
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