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Old 24-11-2013, 10:34   #1
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Just a Shot in the Dark!

Myself and the misses are on a delivery of a 60' sloop from San Diego to Jacksonville Florida and because of the up coming holiday and the weather forecast we have had to stop and anchor here in key west. The vessel does not have a tender so I'm taking a shot in the dark to see if there are any cf users here in key west that would either be willing to give us a lift to shore for a few hours to get a few provisions or possibly rent us a tender for a couple of days. (A security deposit could be provided) I've no luck locating any type of launch service or water taxi here, if anyone know of anything any info would be appreciated!
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Re: Just a shot in the dark!

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Old 24-11-2013, 13:43   #3
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Re: Just a shot in the dark!

If you haven't already done so why don't you try a call on the vhf?
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If you haven't already done so why don't you try a call on the vhf?
...or take the boat into a harbor and tie up?
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