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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-15-2007 02:42 PM
TrueBlue Even more convenient on the way back from the boat. (not saying you'd go back to work in that condition (g)
11-15-2007 02:41 PM
max-on
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1 minute from work is a very nice convenience, especially when great weather wins the contest over office work.
And there is a pub with live entertainment between the office and boat!!
11-15-2007 02:29 PM
TrueBlue 1 minute from work is a very nice convenience, especially when great weather wins the contest over office work.
11-15-2007 02:20 PM
max-on
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BTW, I also winterstore my 36' LOA boat at NEB for $42/ft dry, includes hull cleaning, haul and launch. All year round 24/7 security (real guards on patrol & surveilance video) is a plus, along with gated entrance, hurricane hole lagoon, swimming pool, full facilities, onsite restaurant/pub with live entertainment . . . yada, yada (g), and it's only 5 minutes from home.

Apples to oranges?
I'm jealous, $42/ft at Brewers Cowesett, no pool, no storm troopers, no pub with live entertainment . . yada, yada; but it's only 1 minute from work.
11-15-2007 01:40 PM
TrueBlue
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and it's only $32 a foot for winter wet. My cost is only $864 for a 27' for 6 months.
BTW, I also winterstore my 36' LOA boat at NEB for $42/ft dry, includes hull cleaning, haul and launch. All year round 24/7 security (real guards on patrol & surveilance video) is a plus, along with gated entrance, hurricane hole lagoon, swimming pool, full facilities, onsite restaurant/pub with live entertainment . . . yada, yada (g), and it's only 5 minutes from home.

Apples to oranges?
11-15-2007 01:30 PM
TrueBlue
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I'm at Port Edgewood Yacht Clubs Pawtuxet Cove marina (main marina is the same but not as sheltered) and it's only $32 a foot for winter wet. My cost is only $864 for a 27' for 6 months.

I was at Pettis Boat yard for the summer and it was $65 a foot on a mooring and $85 at the dock.
Mac,
I'm a firm believer in the old adage that "you gets what you pays for".


11-15-2007 03:00 AM
MacGyverRI
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With slip fees starting at $140/foot for 6 months, a bit lower during the off-season months, Narragansett Bay is an expensive region for live-aboards. Home prices are also extremely high.
I'm at Port Edgewood Yacht Clubs Pawtuxet Cove marina (main marina is the same but not as sheltered) and it's only $32 a foot for winter wet. My cost is only $864 for a 27' for 6 months.

I was at Pettis Boat yard for the summer and it was $65 a foot on a mooring and $85 at the dock.
10-24-2007 11:09 PM
camaraderie Catalina 27 would do for a single.
10-24-2007 05:31 PM
sailingdog Would you need to be able to sail it? $10K is pretty tight for a boat in sailable condition that is large enough to liveaboard. You could probably get a boat that needed work that was large enough to liveaboard for that price.
10-24-2007 01:54 PM
getaboat sailingdog,

trying to stay under 10K. Only one person would be living on it. Thanks
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