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09-18-2004 01:12 PM
marina on SF Bay

liveaboard will be a problem.from what I have experienced in califungus is that they want to see your boat,they want to see your money,but they DONT want to see YOU.
09-17-2004 05:11 PM
marina on SF Bay

I used to live in Sonoma and we kept our boat at Vallejo Municipal Marina. It is a bit of a drive from Santa Rosa, but half of the new marina is really nice new concrete docks and they do have live aboards.

This probably wouldn''t be your first choice. I would look in San Rafael first, but you might check it out if you can''t find anything closer.

09-17-2004 02:04 PM
marina on SF Bay

I just spent some time in that area and fond that slips are plentiful and reasonably priced.
Liveaboard may be a problem.Check out latitude 38 online.
09-16-2004 01:20 PM
marina on SF Bay

I am moving to Santa Rosa, California. I am looking for a boat well on the north side of San Francisco Bay (San Pablo Bay)for my 22 foot Oday.

I am also interested in buying a 35 - 40 foot sailboat and living aboard.

Does anyone know of a slip available for either of these endevours?

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