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Stuart, fl seasonal liveaboard

I'll be in the Stuart area over the winter looking for a marina that will allow me there for about 4 months with a 38' boat a year from now. Off season I would lay boat up there or nearby. All suggestions and recommendations are appreciated. Thanks,
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Re: Stuart, fl seasonal liveaboard

Im anchored off Pendarvis Cove Park which is across from Sunset Bay Marina. Been there for about 9 months now nobody seems to mind liveaboards there and its only a short dinghy ride to the marina.
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Re: Stuart, fl seasonal liveaboard

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I'll be in the Stuart area over the winter looking for a marina that will allow me there for about 4 months with a 38' boat a year from now. Off season I would lay boat up there or nearby. All suggestions and recommendations are appreciated. Thanks,
Indiantown yard is a good place to haulout.
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