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Planning a liveaboard boat in the future

Discussion in 'General Yachting Discussion' started by Jeff in SoCal, Oct 11, 2020.

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  1. Pascal

    Pascal Senior Member

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    no, I know how to tie my boat in a slip so fenders are not needed or if they are, like on a Tee head the fenders are tied to the dock and stay in place. It s all about planning and the right set up.
  2. ranger58sb

    ranger58sb Senior member

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    We could deal with our "home slip" 50A cord in about 20 seconds. Off at the pedestal, disconnect from the boat, done. Leave on the dock, reconnect on return.

    Never had to use the Cablemaster (the "travel" cord) for that...

    -Chris
  3. Jeff in SoCal

    Jeff in SoCal New Member

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    By the way, since I am now focused on, at most, a 25-27 foot cuddy cruiser (like a Sea Ray weekender) and could even end up with a bowrider or center console .... should I go find another forum?

    I don't want to bug you "big yacht" guys with my "little boat" issues.
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