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Does anyone know of any "dockominiums" in the Charlezton area? I''d be interested in buying dock space for a 40''sailboat. I don''t plan on living aboard full time, but want to own the dock space.

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davebaccarini is on a distinguished road
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rus325
i think tolers cove over near sullivan''s island has dockominiums for sale in the $80,000 range. the marina on folly beach is getting ready to construct new dockominiums starting in the $35,000-$40,000 range. the marina is called folly hideaway. good luck
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To do Charleston and keep it cheap I would suggest Halsey Cannon marina , which is a bit of a ways out of town, or Buzzards Roost and Stono Marinas on Johns'' Island.Halsey is a working yard and reasonable. Buzzard Roost and Stono have no work areas but are the best around as far as price is concerned. I have kept my cat at Stono for over a year and a half. With a yearly rate of $7 a foot on the month to I believe ten dollars on a short term. It is rated from $7 to $10.25 .
Nice folks and a laid back attitude. Good resturant on site as well as fuel and such.
New bridge just opened there so very soon you can access the
Stono south to Folly without needing to get an opening. The area can be as cheap as you want and as high as you can afford.
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Werecently purchased a Catamaran and put it in Bohicket Marina we really like it there it is very low key and we are paying 8.50 per foot per month
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