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If your staying at Queens Bay Condos can you leave the boat on the beach overnight? I think I remember seeing signs saying " NO OVERNIGHT MOORING".
 

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That is where we usually stay. We put the boat in on the island marina, get a slip for the weekend at the marina. Quick trip over the bridge and you are boating. Well worth the few extra bucks. Best to get there on Friday a.m. if you want weekend slip though.

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That is where we usually stay. We put the boat in on the island marina, get a slip for the weekend at the marina. Quick trip over the bridge and you are boating. Well worth the few extra bucks. Best to get there on Friday a.m. if you want weekend slip though.

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The slips are first come and first serve for boats under 30 feet or something like that. If you know someone who lives in Havasu, have them go get you a slip on Thursday.
 

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The slips are first come and first serve for boats under 30 feet or something like that. If you know someone who lives in Havasu, have them go get you a slip on Thursday.
Won't work at the marina. You have to be the boat owner on the registration to TRY and get a slip. ;)
 
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