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Old 12-23-2003, 03:18 PM
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Ok, I don't want to rent a car to go grocery shopping in Miami. I'd rather drive the boat there.

Where to get supplies...booze and corn flakes?

Also, where to get 92 octane gas in Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach + supplies?

Crusing north from Miami for a week, living on the boat the whole time.

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the fuel docks and drinks are everywhere.. the food is the hard one.. there's a finger canal just north on e Atlantic that butts right up to a Publix.. i use to live on a 54 blow boat there.. the store is just west of the canal

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The food is tough...

Going north on the ICW, Just before Hallandale Beach blvd, there's a resturant called Maneros. Tie in there, walk across Hallandale Bch. Blvd and Wal Mart is there.
North of that is Hollywood, you'll find a place on the east side that sells some general stuff like hoagies, sodas, etc. Lots of other places sell beer.

Well north into PB County, Delray beach has public docks. You can walk into town to get a lot of your "supplies". Walk west on Atlantic ave to US1 where theres a good quick mart...
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You can get within a very short walking distance of a Publics if you go down and to the end of the canal between S.E. 15th and S.E. 17th street in Fort Lauderdale. Its the same one that Everglades Marina and the Marina Mariott are on.
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Thanks guys!

Customrigger 101, I have had kooky notions of doing the same as you on a 54 Beautineau <SP> then I look at the charts and figure it must be a nightmare sailing around with a five foot keel to worry about. True or false?

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In fort lauderdale, you can also go down the New River into downtown (which unfortunately, is now starting to resemble Chicago's).
You can tie up free at Las Olas Riverfront near Andrews, walk over the bridge and 2 short blocks walk, there is a brand new Publix there as well.
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