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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-18-2007 12:45 AM
generalacha i'm so gratefull with the coments "consejos' that they give, another time ,thank a lot
07-17-2007 10:40 PM
42ndstreet Your friend has a great point.
07-17-2007 04:51 PM
generalacha Thank a lot for your suggest, it's help me a lot and clear a little my mind, that's it's imposible sometines, of course, i know that it isn't allow to anchor for always in the same place, but someone know Marina Stadium, in Key Biscayne, it's a wonderfull place, but the city marina is for rack motorboat, only, and they told me that they don't have nothing in the place that people used to mooring, and the people's marina don't like too see any dingy. A friend told me that i need to change my car for a truck, and put the dingy in.
It's ok and i continuos with these things, obviously and repeat THANK A LOT, FRIENDS.
07-17-2007 01:20 PM
USCGRET1990 I think there is still free (for all) anchorage off Key West, is there not???
07-17-2007 01:16 PM
PBzeer Just - it really depends on where.
07-17-2007 12:35 PM
JustMeUC Thanks!

I'll take a look.
07-17-2007 12:32 PM
sailortjk1 Here is a good one.
It will take you a couple of hours to read through.
07-17-2007 12:20 PM
Originally Posted by sailingdog

First, anchoring for extended periods of time, especially as a liveaboard is being discouraged throughout most of Florida. The marine police and local jurisidictions are getting pretty nasty about it, with arrests and large fines.
So the answer is NO, you legally can't drop anchor for an extended period of time or you face fines and possibly being arrested????

I assume that this has been discussed before, can someone point me to a specific thread that discusses it? Thanks!
07-17-2007 11:47 AM
sailortjk1 See the Dog's response from above.
07-17-2007 10:42 AM
JustMeUC This may seem like a completely newbie question (yes, actually it is, LOL) but can you just drop anchor somewhere for long term? I mean months at a time kinda long term? Set up your own concrete mooring even? I had never though about someone doing that...
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