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PNW slip available.

I'm not really sure where to put this as it's not an ad. I'm giving up my 36' slip in Skyline Marina, the gateway to the San Juan's. This slip allows a 6' overhang for a total of 42' LOA IIRC. I have a lease until 01/09 but am talking with the owners to let someone else have it. The rent is currently $400 per month. It's in a gated, secured section of the marina with a full time Harbormaster on duty that lives onsite. It's a very nice slip and marina that will allow a liveaboard. It does require a 300K liability policy.
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I'm not really sure where to put this as it's not an ad. I'm giving up my 36' slip in Skyline Marina, the gateway to the San Juan's. This slip allows a 6' overhang for a total of 42' LOA IIRC. I have a lease until 01/09 but am talking with the owners to let someone else have it. The rent is currently $400 per month. It's in a gated, secured section of the marina with a full time Harbormaster on duty that lives onsite. It's a very nice slip and marina that will allow a liveaboard. It does require a 300K liability policy.

Well in that case maybe I should take it...I might get some use out of my boat if I lived on it....
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LOL, it's a helluva nice slip Scott, really is. At least there ya wouldn't have to run Deception or the Swinomish to get to the islands.
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