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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-11-2009 07:13 PM
Bear46 Thanks for the info; I'll check it out.

Bear 46
09-11-2009 04:48 PM
chuck5499 try dinner key in miami - best is rickenbacker but there is a 65' bridge to there - dinner key no bridge

chuck patty and svsoulmates
in cape may nj waiting on a weather window
09-05-2009 03:47 PM
Bear46 Thanks for the Info.
Bear 46
09-05-2009 02:47 PM
imagine2frolic I was in the marina once for a day. Worst Marine is down the street along with a small shopping center, and groceries. The people in the marina were friendly. They have a yard, but no DIY work. As PB typed the access is immediate, and easy........i2f
09-05-2009 02:39 PM
Bear46
thanks

Thanks for the info. Any thoughts about the marina?

Bear 46
09-05-2009 01:12 PM
PBzeer One of the easiest places to get into would be Harbortown at Fort Pierce. You come in the inlet, slight jog to starboard and you're there.
09-05-2009 01:09 PM
Bear46
Florida east coast marina needed

I need to find a reliable Marina where I can leave my boat for November and December. She is a Contest 46, draws 6'2 and mast is 70' so ICW access is out.

Good care of the boat is the main criteria, although nice place to jump off for a 6 month cruise would also be a plus. Further south would also be a mild plus, although I don't really know the tradeoffs.

In addition, any advice on renting a private dock would be most appreciated.

Thanks,
Bear 46

 
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