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Marsh HArbour Bahamas dockage recomendations

by jonathansummerallthetimebrunold » Thu Apr 06, 2017 5:56 pm

Hi
we have a 39ft Lagoon CAtamaran 24ft beam

Want to place our boat permanently in Marsh Harbour area.

Any ideas best affordable spot. Start June 1st

Thanks in advance Captain Jon Brunold
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Re: Marsh HArbour Bahamas dockage recomendations

by richkallerud » Sat Jun 03, 2017 4:07 pm

We have a Manta Catamaran with a 21 foot beam, if I was going to leave it somewhere year round it would be Harbourview Marina in Marsh Harbour. They have an active staff that attends to the marina. There is year round activity due to the Bakers Bay Shuttles. They have a good fuel dock that pumps a lot of fuel. It is convenient to the airport via the taxis, no need to add a water taxi ride.

If you are just looking for a Marsh Harbour marina during the regular season, then you cannot beat Mangoes. They are less expensive and right next to Harbourview Marina. I think that they are closed part of the year or I would have recommended them. The dockmaster Ray is a great guy.
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Re: Marsh HArbour Bahamas dockage recomendations

by carlrichards » Wed Jul 26, 2017 10:13 pm

We spent a couple months at Harborview Marina and a few weeks at Mangoes Marina which is next door to Harborview. Both were excellent facilities. Harborview is much busier do to the Bakers Bay connection. Mangoes is significantly mellower and has similar facilities for live aboard and is a bit cheaper. Both have attentive staff.
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