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08-29-2004 11:34 PM
starcresttoo
small boat in So Cal.

get out of so cal.Thats what I did in 93.I am in south florida were at tis marina any one can live aboard completely hassle free.
04-18-2004 03:47 PM
jbarros
small boat in So Cal.

Hi,

So, due to a recient bit of outside encouragement (losing my house) I''ve decided that now is the time to start living on my boat and working to get it ready for cruising while I get myself out of debt agian.

The problem arises in that the current marina I''m in doesnt allow liveaboards on boats smaller than 28 feet, nor do any in the harbor, or the next one over.

I''m currently working as a messanger, so anywhere in Southern California is great. I need to find a place that will allow living aboard on a 22'' boat.

Note: Sneak aboard is also out of the question as they have been cracking down on that realy hard reciently, and alot of boats arent there anymore because of it.

Any suggestions are greatly apreciated.

Thanks.

-- James

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