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What happens to my boat if I am a transient boater?
There are approximately 1000 feet of parallel or transient moorage available. During high use periods, boats may be rafted (tied outboard of each other) up to five boats deep. If tenant slip holders are absent for a significant period, the Harbormaster may temporarily assign a transient boat to a slip to better manage the space and congestion of the harbor.

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1. I’m thinking of buying someone else’s boat, and they have a slip in the Valdez Small Boat Harbor. Can I transfer their slip into my name?
2. What happens to my boat if I am a transient boater?
3. If I want a tenant slip in the Valdez Small Boat Harbor, what do I have to do?
4. I am a slip holder, and when I leave, you place boats in my slip and collect moorage from them as well. Isn’t that “double-dipping”, collecting twice for the same moorage space?
5. How do you determine the length of a boat?
6. If I am unsure of my boat length, what should I do?
7. As a tenant, if I don’t like my slip, can I get a different one? How?
8. If I get a tenant slip, say for a 20’ boat, and then a few years from now decide to buy a bigger boat, will I automatically get a slip for a bigger boat?
9. If I want to leave my boat in the Valdez Small Boat Harbor or the boat yard in the winter what do I have to do?