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Old 04-22-2013, 04:03 PM
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Default Need place to store boat on trailer Perdido Key, April 25-28

Here's the deal. Some friends and I are headed to the beach this weekend. The condo we are staying in (friend parents condo) won't allow the boat in the parking lot. All I'm looking for is a secure place to keep the boat. The boat is a 20ft Seacraft. We plan to arrive late Thursday night or early Friday morning. Will probably only get to use the boat on Saturday. Let me know what you have guys. Thanks.

Kevin

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13601 Perdido Key Dr
Pensacola‎ Florida‎ 32507

To clarify, I need a place to keep the boat on the trailer. It doesn't have to be a wet slip.
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Old 04-22-2013, 05:06 PM
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Ask at the marina right there in Perdidio. Holiday Harbor.
They may even let you use a slip for a few bucks if you want to leave it in the water?
Try the oyster bar too.
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Good idea, but they are booked. Anything else guys?
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Old 04-25-2013, 03:30 AM
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In front of my house 15715 Bowlegs Reef..about two miles west of your condo. Pm ed my phone
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I do exactly what you are talking about once a year. Perdido Key condo with no boat parking. I have always used Oyster Bar Marina, http://www.oysterbar31.com/ for my 20' Mako. I have used it for a wet slip before and sometimes just on a trailer in their lot. It is sometimes hard to figure out who to talk to on the phone there, but just keep calling and asking and you'll get the guy who can help you.

The wet slip really saves some time also depending on where you are launching and which pass you are fishing out of.
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Got it covered now. Thanks to everyone for their suggestions. This is why I love THT

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