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Hi all,
Love this site. This is all new to me but I don't care. I have two children 15 and 10 and a husband who has been transferred to San Diego. We currently live in the OC and hate it. I need the name of a good boat broker who can get us a suitable boat and liveaboard slip. I know I am asking for the impossible, but I'm embracing the journey.Anyone out there have some good information about liveaboard homeschooling and raising kids on boats let me know. I'm looking for any practical advice preferably with a positive outlook.
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hi! Im a LA in cold norway and am moving to san diego(how come **** gets bleeped?-anyone?) continue the LA trip! Checkout sandiegomooring.com and get an exclusive spot on the bay...just get out there ,sell the cars and get stoned !!! 402 is comin for you,,,dont forget to vote in november

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Re: New Liveaboard

Hey so I really want to liveaboard in Newport or anywhere in OC really! I don't own a boat but I'm wondering where to find a list of rentals available if there are any. I know how to sail and take care of a boat just dont own one. I know that people do rent them out cause a bunch of my friends rent boats in marina del Rey. Just need some help contacting those people. If anyone has any info it would be much appreciated! Thanks
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Re: New Liveaboard

Great suggestions that I will use and I'm retired Navy.

Have recently learned to check what the Marina's Liveaboard policies are. Learned a couple weeks ago that one of the marina's in Kemah, TX require the boat to be 40' or longer. Too long, as far as I am concerned, for a single person to crew!
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