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|03-11-2009 10:33 PM|
|NICHOLSON58||If you get a mooring be sure to dive down and check or replace the shackles & you may want to toss the worn first link. The shackle pins should be wired or otherwise prevented from opening.|
|02-24-2009 05:37 PM|
Originally Posted by bselly View Post
|02-24-2009 05:29 PM|
Originally Posted by mrwuffles View Post
|02-24-2009 05:15 PM|
|mrwuffles||He never said he's a liveaboard he said its on a dock in front of his "place" which is probably his house.|
|02-24-2009 04:56 PM|
|bselly||That picture just lost you all your credibility. There is not nearly enough "stuff" on that cockpit for you to be a liveaboard. Where do you hang your stern anchor, cook hamburgers, or store your bicycle? Beautiful woodwork though...|
|02-24-2009 04:24 PM|
|sailingdog||Contact the local harbor masters and ask what their requirements are. Maine Sail has a very good post on sizing chain and mooring connections that I'd recommend you read. Most moorings use undersized chain IMHO.|
|02-24-2009 03:51 PM|
Depends upon where you live. We live in a remote area and have two moorings and a dock in front of our place.
|02-24-2009 02:45 PM|
|mrwuffles||Here on LI we aren't allowed to build any new docks........only re do them|
|02-24-2009 09:11 AM|
I've not been able to find any mooring, or requlations for mooring in the California delta. I know of one couple who leased an island from BLM, but those deals are virtually non existant today. I found one small plot of land, and I do mean small (9K sq ft), for $150K, but then I'd have all the red tape for building a dock. That is if the coastal commision approved it.
If anyone knows of any resource for CA, I'd appreciate the information.
|02-23-2009 11:25 PM|
In our area the harbor master and local mooring association control the rights. I would start with the harbor master.
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