Dynamic pricing in a spot like Cooper will not solve anything and be just an outright money grab on the part of Boatyball since the moorings are all scooped up in a few minutes each morning.
Dynamic pricing works in a place like London or NYC to deter traffic in prime rush hours and is meant to solve a fluid problem, not a fixed supply and demand problem. When applied to a parking situation with fixed supply supply it doesn't deter parking it just makes it more expensive. No mixed feelings on my part about tactics that just make the BVI more expensive.