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For Green Cove Springs Marina. Located on the St. Johns River just south of Jacksonville.
I admit I am the dockmaster there, but we might be just what your looking for.

(904) 284-1811 ask for Dave or Crystal

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Are you still the dockmaster there?

Can you send me a normal email address where I might send you an email letter with possible an attachment. It appears I am 'too young' on this forum to utililize the private message feature.

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Hi Brian,

I just seny you an email.

I also second Dog's advice. Please don't put your email address for all
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Wrong, wrong, wrong. The Chattahoochee River is the West coast of Ga.
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We hauled out, worked on & lived aboard our 37' sailboat at Green Cove Springs Marina (Fl.) & recommend the place to all.
Hey Dave!!! We are in fact headed back there now, probably sometime in June, as soon as we sail from Luperon, D.R. up thru Bahamas, etc.
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Hauled out at St Marys shipyard in Ga.Just above ferenida beach.Was pleased.marc
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Re: Cheap DIY boatyard with Dry Dock storage Florida/Georgia

Indiantown, as mentioned in the first response allows liveaboards on the hard and is a great hurricane hole if you're leaving the boat.
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Re: Cheap DIY boatyard with Dry Dock storage Florida/Georgia

I have heard there is a DIY liveaboard on the hard marina/yard south of Venice,FL...It is near the Englewood or Placida area a bit north of Gasparilla island/ Boca Grande.I want to haul my yacht there and I have had a hard time finding the EXACT place,tel.# etc...Anyone know this place?
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