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08-19-2009 05:52 PM
poopdeckpappy
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Originally Posted by Cruisingdad View Post
I knew it!!! You were the one running through the parkinglot at night wearing nothing but a patch over your eye. Eh??!?? HEHE!

- CD
Hey, I was wearing reflector tape too ya know
08-19-2009 12:09 PM
Cruisingdad
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Originally Posted by poopdeckpappy View Post
We're living aboard in San Diego,( 2yrs ) started as a sneakaboard in Dana Point (a little over a year there )
I knew it!!! You were the one running through the parkinglot at night wearing nothing but a patch over your eye. Eh??!?? They knew you were there, Poopy, they just didn't dare approach the boat in fear of what they might see when you came out!!!!! HEHE!

- CD
08-19-2009 02:29 AM
poopdeckpappy We're living aboard in San Diego,( 2yrs ) started as a sneakaboard in Dana Point (a little over a year there ) took 3 months to get a 40' LA slip here in the SI basin and another 9 to get a 55' LA slip
08-19-2009 02:22 AM
CGMojo
No Problem

I retired to San Diego about a year ago and was offered a liveaboard slip after about three months at the marina. 2007 Jeanneau 36i. It should be easier to find a slip now (25% vacancies are common) and it may be easier to find a live aboard in San Diego. Best of luck.
08-19-2009 01:30 AM
thedude
who here lives aboard in socal?

and for those freshies, how long did it take to get the coveted (legal) liveaboard slip?

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