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12-02-2006 07:14 AM
ebs001 Here's one suggestion: www.regattapointemarina.com Regatta Point Marina in Palmetto. Not too far from Bradenton.
12-02-2006 04:02 AM
videorov
Looking for liveaboard slip for my 50'motorcat

The beam is 16'8 and 4'6 draft. Looking in on the west coast of Florida.
Im in a house now in Bradenton Im going to be renting out on acreage.
Up and down the coast could be possible.
Any help would be great.

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