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Marina''''s in Florida that are good for liveaboards

WE LIVE AT THE SO PASADENA MARINA (IN SO PASADENA)NEAR ST PETE BEACH. IT IS ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE PALMS HOSPITAL AND EVERYTHING IS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE. IT IS WELL KEPT, NICE PEOPLE, AND ECONOMICAL. WE LOVE IT HERE. 727 343-4500
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Marina''''s in Florida that are good for liveaboards

Jim, that''s the little lagoon that used to be known as Tracy''s Cove, isn''t it?

How long does it take to get in there as a liveaboard? And how short a keel does it take these days...?

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Marina''''s in Florida that are good for liveaboards

IT USED TO BE CALLED LIGHT HARBOR MARINA. THERE ARE SAILBOATS FROM SIZE 20 FT TO 44 FT.AND A SOMEPOWER BOATS WE HAVE A 5FT 6IN KEEL. YOU HAVE TO CALL. MARELLA AT 727 343-4500. WE MAY BE FULL FOR LIVABOARDS AT THIS TIME BUT SHE WOULD KNOW.
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Re: Marina''s in Florida that are good for liveaboards

Thanks for this information. Are there any updates since the original post?

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Re: Marina''s in Florida that are good for liveaboards

I'm on the FL. east coast, Brevard county. My slip is costing me $200.00 a month + elec for a 29 footer. The prices here very greatly. It can range anywhere from $2.00 to $9.00 a foot depending on the location and amenities. Another big factor is do you want to sign a lease? That will also effect your slip cost. Good luck!
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We use Harbortown Marina in Fort Pierce, great jumping off point for the Bahamas, full service yard etc. Publix and a WestMarine within walking distance. Refurbished facilities with a boaters lounge and newly equipped laundry.
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Re: Marina''s in Florida that are good for liveaboards

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