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Old 07-12-2020, 09:55 PM   #1
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Telecommute and am looking to live aboard

Does anyone know of any marinas that allow live aboards in Northern CA (CA Delta) ?


I work from home as a Content/Analyst Moderator and about to lose my office due to a major rental increase. Always wanted to live on a boat. Does anyone know of any Marinas that will allow live aboards in the area? And is there such a thing as renting/leasing a boat to use as an office? I dont want to drive it. Just want to live and work there. Any help would truly be appreciated. Thanks, Craig
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Old 07-14-2020, 12:00 PM   #2
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Does anyone know of any marinas that allow live aboards in Northern CA (CA Delta) ?


I work from home as a Content/Analyst Moderator and about to lose my office due to a major rental increase. Always wanted to live on a boat. Does anyone know of any Marinas that will allow live aboards in the area? And is there such a thing as renting/leasing a boat to use as an office? I dont want to drive it. Just want to live and work there. Any help would truly be appreciated. Thanks, Craig
As a person who both lives on their boat and telecommutes, I can honestly advise that it would be easier to simply rent a two bedroom apartment and turn one of the bedrooms into an office.

No, there are not a lot of 'boats for rent'. A boat is not a comfortable place to work from. I live on a boat that I use regularly, and rent a small 120 Sq. ft office to work from. I work from the boat occasionally, but would not want to do it full time. If you want to live there and work there, but not take it out, I don't even see the point.
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Old 07-14-2020, 06:34 PM   #3
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Up in our corner of the US fewer and fewer marina's are allowing liveaboards. Those that do are slowly reducing the number allowed as folks move away. I doubt any public marina would allow renters because of liability and insurance issues.

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Old 07-14-2020, 06:53 PM   #4
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Wow, thank you guys for the great responses! I truly appreciate it. May just go back to my original plan of purchasing land and a mobile home. Now I just need internet/satellite service lol. Have a great week.
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