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Old 08-30-2007, 09:08 AM
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Default Tying the boat up at night

I feel I should know the answer to this and maybe I do. But I will ask it anyway. Could the DQ continue to carry overnight passengers if they tied up every night? I am guessing the answer is probably no. But if the boat could continue to do daily excursions then why not? This would be very similar to what the Twilight and Julia Belle Swain do except their passengers go to a hotel at night. Could they tie up at any spot along the bank or would it have to be a town? Are there any loopholes in the legislation that would allow this?
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