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11-19-2007 09:08 AM
AjariBonten Thanks LG,

I'm somewhat surprised; I'll definitely check it out, as it would probably be a walking commute from the boat.

Fred



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I kept my previous boat at Pickering Wharf last winter. It wasn't that expensive at all. The electricity is metered. There are a good number of liveaboards there.
11-19-2007 09:03 AM
LifesGood I kept my previous boat at Pickering Wharf last winter. It wasn't that expensive at all. The electricity is metered. There are a good number of liveaboards there.
11-18-2007 11:16 AM
AjariBonten I know, Dog. That would actually be ok, if it were affordable. I could easily commute to work in Salem, and it might be nice to be in the harbor. I'll have to check out the other "liveaboard in Boston" thread again; it's been a long time since I read it, and when I did this was not even on my radar.
11-18-2007 11:09 AM
sailingdog Constitution Marina, Boston Shipyard and a few others probably allow liveaboards, but they're in Boston Harbor proper, not Cape Ann or the North Shore.
11-18-2007 09:53 AM
AjariBonten
Thanks All ............

Some great ideas.

DrB; I was thinking about Pickering Wharf, but I can only IMAGINE what it might cost. Will research, though.

wiseleyb; thanks, any idea how I might look Doug Richie up?, sounds like a good contact. Charlestown wouldn't be too far, because I wouldn't HAVE to sail to work in Salem, not too bad a commute. (Against the regular flow of commuters)

Punjabi: I like Lena's Pizza in Lynn, you can get your slice with a side of Sopranos, or even better Sam & Joes in DanversPort

Marrsy; I grew up in Lynn, on the Swampscott line. East Boston might not be bad, right on the Blue Line.

Dog, thanks for the crossed fingers ...
11-17-2007 07:42 PM
DrB
Constitution Marina in Boston Harbor ....

Has Winter Dockage, but that's 30 or so nm (by boat) away from the North Shore area. Nothing in Marblehead area that I am aware of. Maybe Pickering Warf Marina in Salem.

DrB
11-16-2007 08:08 PM
wiseleyb Look up Doug Richie - he's on a mooring in Salem in the summer on the docks in the winter. He and his wife are on a Pearson (36?, Ketch). He's top notch, super nice guy, very,very serious sailor. He's been everywhere, so Salem Harbor probably isn't a bad place to live - if it was he'd have moved. We used to live-aboard at Ship Yard Quarters, in Chucktown (Boston) - not a bad place either.
11-16-2007 08:03 PM
punjabi
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Best Roast Beef Sandwich in the WORLD, Spaghetti-Man. I surely will, if I am so lucky!!!!
And if it's pizza you're into, check out Bianchi's on the boulevard near Revere Street. I took my wife there about 4 months ago and now she won't eat the crap they try to pass off as pizza here in So Cal.
11-16-2007 07:14 PM
MARRSY I live in Swampscott - the only one I know of off the top of my head is in East Boston
11-16-2007 07:03 PM
AjariBonten Best Roast Beef Sandwich in the WORLD, Spaghetti-Man. I surely will, if I am so lucky!!!!


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Hey. I grew up in Revere but now live in So Cal. Make sure to have some Kelly's for me!

Can't offer any help on the question though.
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