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SuenosAzules, that was some amazing reading you turned me on to. I will say a sail boat is much cheaper then a motor yacht. You gave lots to think about and I will re read that again incase I missed something.
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start with city marinas. always the best prices and many allow livaboard such as miami (dade county- 3 sites), edgewater, ft pierce and boot key. also get a current marina guide- careful a lot on the net are very old.
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Thanks for that, but I live on the Gulf side and need to rename here. I've checked out a few places in Bradenton and Sarasota. But that's all so far.
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There are only a hand full in 2 counties around me. I have been looking at getting something a bit cheaper to start off, but my concern is when I decide to cell the vessel to upgrade if I choose, I think it will be next impossible to sell.
I have been looking at some different kinds of sailboats. What kind would be a good starter for me and 2 kids. I would like to sleep on it comfortably from time to time as well. Also around the Sarasota area I want to take a sailing school. Any hints, thanks for all the feedback...
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