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Milos, Our ideas require knowledge of your draft and mast height. Let us know and we'll resond.
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Milos, Our ideas require knowledge of your draft and mast height. Let us know and we'll resond.
I don't think Milos knows at this point...says the plan is to buy a small 'blue water' boat, hit the islands and then put it on the hard for sometime in Florida.??

I'd agree with QTA in that Indiantown would be a good choice. Easier access from the east coast (Okeechobee can get pretty shallow during dry seasons) and offers pretty good protection (as good as it gets in Florida) and is a full service marina and DIY facility. A small boat should have no trouble with bridges. -no afflilation...just a LOT of folks use 'em for an 'on the hard' hurricane hole...acres of boats!
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Milos, Our ideas require knowledge of your draft and mast height. Let us know and we'll resond.
Im in the same Boat excuse the pun I am bringing my Hardin Voyager from Corpus Christi via Key West 29th Dec, air draft 57' Draft 6' I am looking to berth till end April some where up the East coast maybe 200 miles above Florida any ideas?

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