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Sorry to hear about the damage, Orion. I may have an opportunity to work in Oahu this year. I could bring my boat out, or rent aliveaboard while I am there. I just want to know what my options are.
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There are rare to no opportunities for rental of liveaboards and bringing a boat out now is difficult as the waiting time for slips is years. There are transient spaces but they are both expensive and limited to 3 months a year.
KoOlina marina has space but it is on the leeward side (an hour from Honolulu) and expensive. When we left there 3 years ago we were paying $1400 a month for a 50 ft slip...
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Re: slips, moorings, anchorages for living aboard/cruising in hawaii

Things don't look much brighter here in 2014. We are in escrow for a catamaran in Kewalo Basin. Slip is 70' and goes for near $900/month. We may try and move, as we only need 35' and we are not tied to jobs on O'ahu. The 90 day life sounds kinda nice.
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