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Re: Moving aboard in San Diego

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Well I think America's Cup Harbor would be the best place to getting a mooring but that's a 3 year waiting list.
I am in America's Cup Harbor but at a marina. I like being able to walk off the boat, not having to dinghy all supplies etc..., and running a hose to fill my tanks. Plus the admiral is happier and a happier admiral is a very, very good thing.
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Re: Moving aboard in San Diego

Thanks a ton for sharing this discussion. I like the beautiful of San Diego. I think if I have to move abroad, San Diego is my alternative.
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