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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-01-2008 02:58 PM
sailhog Cam,
People stand behind me all the time... and if they're smart, they wear a HAZ-MAT suit...
08-01-2008 02:42 PM
camaraderie Better than standing in line in back of you and listening to how All-Bran Flakes changed YOUR life!!
08-01-2008 02:22 PM
sailhog Cap'n Pollard,
You keep 'em in the water here. Year-round sailing, baby! Unfortunately, the nice winter weather lures old folks out of their assisted living centers by the billions. Oh... you thought you could get through the check-out line at Publix in under an hour? Sorry, but you'll be stuck in line listening to some ninety-year-old explain how Viagra changed his life.
08-01-2008 01:47 PM
JohnRPollard
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Originally Posted by zackc View Post
We donít have to winterize our boats, lotís of marina space and lotís of things to do. You donít burn near as much fuel getting here as heading way south. Even in winter we still have a lot of warm days.

Would transients leave their boats in the water for a winter-over, or do most folks haul them out? Thanks.
08-01-2008 12:59 PM
sailhog I'll second Zackc's sentiments. South Carolina is a great place to winter, with moderate temps in the coldest months, and far more reasonable slip fees than Florida. A lot of boat insurance policies require that yachts be north of the Savannah River during hurricane season, so you can hang out while you anxiously watch the Weather Channel.
08-01-2008 11:46 AM
camaraderie Hey...that is excellent news. Thanks for the update and welcome!
08-01-2008 11:02 AM
zackc
South Carolina Changes Law

South Carolina has decided to become a winter spot for boaters. The tax law has been changed. It use to be that if you were in state longer than 90 days you were subject to county property tax and it was steep. Now the state has given the counties the right to extend the time period to 6 months. Horry County, the Myrtle Beach, Grand Strand area has gone with the 6 months. Now boaters can winter here with no worry. We donít have to winterize our boats, lotís of marina space and lotís of things to do. You donít burn near as much fuel getting here as heading way south. Even in winter we still have a lot of warm days. So come on down yall, and spend the winter in the Myrtle Beach area. No I am not with the chamber of commerce. I am just a boat owner that would like to see this area used as a major winter stopover.

 
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