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Old 07-05-2020, 04:34 PM   #6
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Hi and welcome, RR. You have a small obstacle to overcome with living in CO.
In your position I would connect with a broker on the coast which you see becoming
your new home location. They will know of various boats that you could visit over a
long weekend or two. You really need to see what is available and then explore the
liveaboard options in your chosen area. There are some places where it won't work.
There may be waiting lists you will need to get on, etc.

One of the many realities of living aboard is that certain areas have few such slips.

Having said that, I spent some of the best years of my life (so far) living aboard a
I hope you will someday be able to say something similar.
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