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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-22-2008 02:33 PM
Sherrill
Key West Mooring

Norman.

Will do. We are currently in the Seabrook-Kemah, TX area which was hit pretty hard by Ike. Fortunately, we had no damage. We hope to be leaving TX end of November.

Thanks,
Sherrill
09-11-2008 09:38 PM
normandavison
Key West mooring

The mooring is currently in use, contact me when you leave Texas and I'll give you a update. I have not given it away permanently.
09-09-2008 02:49 PM
Sherrill
Key West dock and mooring

Is your mooring still available? Are you looking for someone to take it permanently or is it available for short term - 2-4 weeks? Currently in Texas, leaving after Hurricane season and plan to be in Key West mid December on our way to the Bahamas.

Sherrill
Morgan Out Island 51.6
09-02-2008 07:24 PM
camaraderie A most generous offer! Thanks for the clarification.
09-02-2008 06:09 PM
normandavison
Key West mooring and dock

My boat is currently in a marina on Stock Island.
The mooring with a 4000# sailboat keel in Key West harbor is currently not occupied and is available at no cost, I can make the lat/log available.
The dock is at a vacant residential lot (75 Boundary Lane) on Geiger Key, I usually keep my 45 Dufour w/7draft at the dock. No charge for the mooring or the dock is considered.
09-02-2008 02:24 PM
camaraderie If you plan to charge for the mooring and dock. Please remove this post and post an ad over in classified. Offers of goods or services for sale are not permitted in this forum.
09-02-2008 01:33 PM
normandavison
Key West dock and mooring

I will be leaving Key West soon, is there any boats interested in my mooring and dock?

 
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