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Old 03-25-2020, 01:04 PM   #1
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Interesting info on Florida Live aboard law.

Well worth a read

https://www.greatharbourtrawlers.com...oKPAEtt1iy4fuQ
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Old 03-25-2020, 02:45 PM   #2
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Interesting, indeed.
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Nice. Wasn't there a lawsuit a few years back in Florida that defined what was and is not a vessel?

This will be interesting to watch like the Georgia issue too.
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Whoops. I think someone in the City may have egg on their face. Someone didn’t do their research.
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While I'm vehemently opposed to anchor legislation, we don't have the issues in New England that seem to be prevalent in Florida and Southern California.

When see the number of derelict vessels it breaks my heart. Some places look like floating homeless camps.
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While I'm vehemently opposed to anchor legislation, we don't have the issues in New England that seem to be prevalent in Florida and Southern California.

When see the number of derelict vessels it breaks my heart. Some places look like floating homeless camps.
Gee, I wonder why? Think it might have to do with the weather?
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