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I will do the net search but want to ask here first! She's at Stansbury yacht basin (interesting place)
It's woman owned operated by woman named Pat very nice lady the marina in general is rather basic has all the facilities a little Beach, parking lot of stone not paved it's definitely not a high-endCurious of Stansbury, could I get your impression...
Also good luck and hope your surveyor was thorough...
The two or three marinas in that same area look all about the same rather rustic.. I don't know how you could even suggest they're in financial trouble without knowing that's kind of unfair.Stansbury is very near where we keep our boat! In fact we sometimes get fuel (reg gas, not diesel from there). I think I've met Pat once or twice getting said fuel. So unpaved sounds about right for the area. That is a small marina, I'm betting they are just treading water financially. Larger ones in the area probably make it tough for them.
Best of luck to you!
I've been in the area for 10 years, its just an observation and no offense was intended. I like the folks there and hope nothing but the best for them, which is why we get gas there when we need it.The two or three marinas in that same area look all about the same rather rustic.. I don't know how you could even suggest they're in financial trouble without knowing that's kind of unfair.
Okay I understand it was the wording of your post #17 that threw me.No, Denise, I’m not in your area. What gave you that impression? I’ve been in Maine for a week now.
I’m just saying that a leak, which hasn’t caused any damage, should not be an absolute deal breaker. The seller should simply fix it and your surveyor should identify the cause.