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Old 11-04-2016, 09:50 AM
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Besides Sundance, who else in the area has it?
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Riverwatch is great.
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Just spoke with them. I think that's where I'm going. Thanks.
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Old 11-04-2016, 11:31 AM
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Just spoke with them. I think that's where I'm going. Thanks.
Tell them Drew with the Chaparral recommended you, they would probably appreciate that! I kept my boat there for two years, but then moved it out of that area. It's a great marina, with great service. Enjoy!
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Long run to get out if the Bridge doesn't get you the black water will.
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Long run to get out if the Bridge doesn't get you the black water will.
Yikes. So I think I can get under the Old Dixie Hwy bridge when its closed. Black water= Okeechobee discharge? I'm planning to be there Jan-Mar. Do they normally discharge during that time?
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How big is the yacht? Pirates Cove is better, closer.
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Riverwatch is great.
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29 Yellowfin so about 35' overall with engines. To the radar dome I'm 12-1/2' high on the trailer. Gotta measure on the water but I know I can get under a local fixed bridge at 10' with some room to to spare.
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How big is the yacht? Pirates Cove is better, closer.
At pirates cove the docks are small and limited. At Riverwatch there is plenty of space and plenty of wash racks. Pirates Cove is also much, much more $.
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I'm told the Old Dixie Hwy Bridge is on demand and RR bridge is open except when a train comes. Can anybody confirm the clearance of Old Dixie Hwy?
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Old 11-05-2016, 09:22 AM
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13.8 at the center according to the chart
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Old 11-07-2016, 11:43 AM
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I've been in Pirate's Cove with my 31' since 2010 and they are fantastic. It's just a mile run to the inlet once you clear Manatee Pocket. 35' is too big to fit in there, but I don't believe a 29' Yellowfin is going to be 35' total LOA.
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Old 11-07-2016, 03:25 PM
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Thanks Dave. I'll give Pirates Cove a call. Looks like their max is 33'. And you're right 35' is over stated for the 29YF. The hull is 31' plus engines. So I might make it.
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Not a fan of SUNDANCE at all nor are a couple of guys on the dock where I now keep my boat. I used to use Sailfish Marina, the closest Indoor storage to St. Lucie inlet. Nice people and competitive pricing, with a fuel dock and bait store on premise.
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