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Old 08-09-2005, 08:20 PM
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I have a 40ft. slip in a gated marina that is for rent. Marina is in Aventura right on the bay.. if you want more details email me
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Old 08-09-2005, 08:38 PM
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it was too dgduck13 and enticer and who ever knows about any other ones thanks
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My buddy has a place in Clearwater beach (Island Estates) with an open slip behind his house. If you are interested I can ask him.....I have boated on both sides of Fl. I like the gulf side better. Just my opinion.....BZ
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Grove Harbour, in Miami on west bank of Biscayne Bay,305-854-6444 ask for Alan.
Spinnaker Marina, at Lip-Ship and T-N-T marine on the north end of Biscayne Bay, 305-944-2118
Sunny Isles Marina, in Sunny Isles, Nice, on north Biscayne Bay on the barrier island, 305-944-9182
Hideaway Marina in Pompano, 954-943-3200
Marina Mar in Fort Lauderdale next to Shooters #?
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I have a boat rack in a facilty called the Sandpiper Yacht Club, used to be called Mid Island Marina it is for boats up to 38' long and as short as 20'
14' wide and 11' 6" high and it is available.....rent includes in and outs (unlimited) with flush outs of drive and motors and boat wash down
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Great Info! A few of the marina's will be out since my boat is 40' foot long. The good thing is I have plenty off winters to try out all of these locations suggested.

I think I will try the east coast side to try a few runs out the the Bahamas. Has anyone made the journey?
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Old 08-09-2005, 09:30 PM
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I have to second Harbortowne Marina. We have kept our boat there for the past two winter seasons and could not have been happier.

Also, don't count on a Bahama run over the winter, Gulf Stream can beat you up unless you get real lucky. You may want to extend your stay to late spring / early summer to make the run.
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