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|12-09-2007 06:28 PM|
|Melrna||I hear you. Why I said I am nervous about the location. I have the same concerns. When I had up insurance and marina fees it is still comes out cheaper than taxes and insurance on a house. Depending on the house the savings can be significant. With my work schedule, I will be gone at least 3-4 days a week. So the liveaboard rule I can get around. I also have family down there as well. I am more concern with hurricanes as such but like everything else there are ways to handle that situation.|
|12-09-2007 03:27 PM|
Originally Posted by Melrna View Post
I'm in a little bit different situation from you in that I don't need to live aboard all the time in the beginning. All I want to do this year is work and prepare the boat for cruising, so I don't need to be on the boat all of the time. One of the marinas I just talked to said I could stay up to 4 nights a week even without being a "liveaboard". I don't know. I guess I could just find a slip ... somewhere ... and then get the boat, and at the same time put myself on waiting lists to move the boat to where I really want it to be and then just do the best I can to get by.
|12-09-2007 03:09 PM|
Originally Posted by wind_magic View Post
|12-09-2007 02:08 PM|
Originally Posted by sailingdog View Post
Melissa, I'm in a similar situation to you in that I am at that point now where it's time to actually commit to being on board all the time. I don't have any good advice about Florida or anything like that, but I wish you the best of luck in moving forward and getting your boat. It's a big step. I don't know about you but I am a little anxious about making the leap.
|12-09-2007 12:10 PM|
His very thick skull is denser than the rest of him, so he tends to float upside down.
Originally Posted by tenuki View Post
|12-08-2007 07:01 PM|
Take a look at this. Might be a bit smaller than you're looking at, but I think it's nice.
|12-08-2007 06:48 PM|
|PBzeer||If you don't mind a bit of a commute, Harbourtown Marina in Fort Pierce has decent facilities. Overnight hop to St Augustine or Miami, a day's run to Lake Worth.|
|12-08-2007 06:29 PM|
Originally Posted by sailhog View Post
Labatt, I remember you and your wonderful family along with John and the rest of the gang. We had a great time. Have to do another party this spring. There is Passport 41 for sale in Ft Pierce now I will go look at when I go down next month. It doesn't have teak decks.
|12-08-2007 05:03 PM|
|labatt||Melnra - Congrats on being so fortunate as to be able to pursue a dream! I recall speaking to you about it for a short bit at the One and Only First Annual Annapolis Boat Show Show Sailnet Get Together! (we were the ones with the Chinese food). Anyway, I just wanted to mention that I think you'll be hard pressed to find a Passport without teak decks, although you could always pull the decks off and glass them over, but then you might be opening up a pretty significant can of worms with other work. If you find a good source of "not on yachtworld" boats, please let me know! And yes, my boat is "sort of" for sale. In other words, since we're not buying the Hallberg-Rassy 53 that we thought we were going to get, "Pelican" is on the market but I'm not actively pushing to sell her.|
|12-08-2007 04:51 PM|
|Giulietta||look..enough of my pants..this is Merlna's thread...talk about her moving to a boat....|
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