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Old 08-16-2003, 07:31 PM
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I was just transferred to Orlando from Ohio. Any thoughts/recommendations for which coast to boat on?

Secondly, is there a marina anybody could recommend? Hopefully one that can dry dock?

Any info on the local go-fast boating scene would be appreciated.

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Old 08-16-2003, 07:44 PM
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What kind of boat do you have??? I would say the east coast is better. You have Ponce Inlet and WFO running offshore, Silver Glen and the St. Johns, and you can also rip through the Butler chain! Best of all traffic is not that bad getting here, west coats on the other hand is a nightmare getting through malfunction junction and over the bridges to the water.
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If your any where close to Sanford, you can get on the St. Johns. I hear that it's a party. If you looking for Offshore Fun, go East Coast. If you looking for smooth cruising, West Coast.
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