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Old 10-10-2010, 08:50   #1
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Hi Everyone,
We will be sailing up the East Coast from Florida next March and I am looking for a place to haul out a 42' Manta Cat. for complete bottom work . Can anyone direct me to a place on the board that lists East Coast Marinas ? I am not sure where we will end up but I am thinking at Least Beaufort or north of the Hurricane Zone
Also any advice / directions to Marinas anyone has used and was happy with the service and prices. Ideally close to a major airport : ) Not too picky am I
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Thanks Vasco, I have been in touch with them and they seem a good fit.
On a personal side. Do you go back and forth in the boat or do you keep it somewhere on the coast and fly down to it for the trip to the Bahamas...We are planning on doing that next year ...This year its the Keys and a shakedown of what we need for extended cruising .
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Thanks Vasco, I have been in touch with them and they seem a good fit.
On a personal side. Do you go back and forth in the boat or do you keep it somewhere on the coast and fly down to it for the trip to the Bahamas...We are planning on doing that next year ...This year its the Keys and a shakedown of what we need for extended cruising .
THAnks For the help
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Hi Tom,

I went back and forth for eight trips in my CS36M. It got to be a bit of a drag, home in June, start out again in September. I finally got another boat that's never been north of Charleston. I keep the boat in north Florida, go down late November or early December, spend two weeks getting her ready and then head to Miami and across.
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