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    Florida Livaboard Marinas East & a little West Coast

    Here are a few to ponder on the East Coast:
    Ortega Landing Marina - Excellent Hurricane coverage, good access to town, shopping, restaurants and extremely friendly to live-aboards. Also has a pool, Jacuzzi and Free Laundry. Oh and Free Ice!

    Titusville - Has a large livaboard community that is friendly. Rates aren't too bad and the facility is pretty nice.

    Vero Beach - Mooring Balls and some dockage. Very affordable.

    Sunset - Tends to be expensive but very close to Stuart for shopping, restaurants, and all the activities of this town.

    Melbourne Harbor - Great little town, older concrete docks, good storm protection.

    Fort Pierce - Also a great stop off and livaboard community. Close to fishing if that is your thing,

    WEST Coast

    Ft. Myers Municipal Yacht Basin - Plenty of livaboards and reasonable monthly rates

    Legacy Harbour Marina - a very nice relatively new facility that allows livaboards (with a fee) and lots of amenities. Close to Grocery and downtown for restaurants, etc.


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    You might want to consider the Saint John’s River, a beautiful North flowing body of water. There are many marinas that welcome liveaboards, docks and mooring fields. About one hundred and fifty miles from Jacksonville to Sanford, some of the best hurricane hide holes there are. A number of beautiful natural springs and parks to play in. One little known fact is Astor Florida on the lower part of the River, it’s actually the center of the universe.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Mark Deeser View Post
      You might want to consider the Saint John’s River, a beautiful North flowing body of water. There are many marinas that welcome liveaboards, docks and mooring fields. About one hundred and fifty miles from Jacksonville to Sanford, some of the best hurricane hide holes there are. A number of beautiful natural springs and parks to play in. One little known fact is Astor Florida on the lower part of the River, it’s actually the center of the universe.
      Nice photo and nice description. It may not be the center of the universe, but it sure is inviting looking!

      KEVIN SANDERS
      4788 LISAS WAY - SEWARD ALASKA
      where are we right now​​​​​​???​

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        In order to be the center of the universe it would have to be connected to Fremont WA via a worm hole. After all everyone knows Fremont is the center of the universe, I read it on the internet.
        Azzurra
        Seattle, WA
        Ocean Alexander 54

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          #5
          Originally posted by Mark Deeser View Post
          You might want to consider the Saint John’s River, a beautiful North flowing body of water. There are many marinas that welcome liveaboards, docks and mooring fields. About one hundred and fifty miles from Jacksonville to Sanford, some of the best hurricane hide holes there are. A number of beautiful natural springs and parks to play in. One little known fact is Astor Florida on the lower part of the River, it’s actually the center of the universe.
          We put in at Astor years ago in our 27' cruiser. It was a very nice area. We had a great time at Silver Glen Springs off Lake George. We spent the week there with Doug McBurney (DMCB). A friend is relocating to FLA and is considering the river...
          John
          1986 Marinette 39 Sedan after enjoying our 1984 Marinette 28
          (formerly 89 2755 5.8 OMC & 97 1850SS 4.3L Alpha I)

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