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  • fstbttms
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    Originally posted by BobJ View Post
    I would "tri" to find a way to keep it on a trailer. At what, 700#, it doesn't seem like a boat that wants to be stored in the water.
    It's not. It lives on a lift.

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  • BobJ
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    I would "tri" to find a way to keep it on a trailer. At what, 700#, it doesn't seem like a boat that wants to be stored in the water. Two side-by-side spaces at Alameda Marina (Gate 4) would do it, and you'd be in good company.

    Well yeah, there's that long motor out the Estuary . . . too bad Brickyard Cove doesn't like multi's.

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  • Nick Salvador
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    Paragon moved over there, and Dolphin Spirit moved over there for a reason. BTW, your old end tie wasn't that bad. Try where Lending Club is.

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  • Single Hander
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    You'll be fine. There's a bit of extra fairway if you slip up in which to recover.

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  • The Flash
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    Marina Bay question

    Hi All - I'm looking at moving the multi23 from Ballena Bay to Marina Bay. They have an opening at the western edge of E dock. Upwind slip.

    I used to have a multi on the eastern edge of E doc, I know the eastern edge of E and all of D docks are in the full brunt of the westerly. I'd be doing 5 knots downwind with the engine in reverse transiting between the docks coming in at the end of the day. Needless to say, I didn't like it much.


    How is the other side of E dock? It always looked calmer over on F dock. Is the western edge of E the same? It's on the 2nd finger from the shore, right at the end, not the end tie, but one slip in. It's a 22' wide spot so perfect for a small multi, but I only have a 2 hp kicker engine and I don't want to get blown up on the rocks either.

    Thoughts?
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