Actually, before May 1st it's a 60 day limit & very reasonable, after that date the price is the same but it's a 15 day limit, and you have to wait another 15 days to get on a can again.They say they never run out of moorings. Great advice, thanks!
P.S. The Daily Pilot has a mooring for sale for $60,000 in Newport Harbor. I think I'll rent.
I had a chance about 7 years ago to buy a firesale mooring up by the American Legion hall from a guy who said he would sell it to me. I went to get the cash, $4500, went to the place we were to meet, and when I got there, he was just leaving.....said he just sold it. Guy set up someone else on the side who beat me by 5 minutes. I could sell that one for $50K now! OK Thanks....Now I'm pissed off again ;(
I feel the same way about the condo in Costa Mesa that I didn't buy in '97 for $180,000.00 (it just sold for $749,000.00). Oh well, I could always live on my boat. The homeless person in the alley where it's parked found it roomy enough! (That's another story.................)
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