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Old 13-05-2011, 10:12   #1
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NC Marinas ?

I'm helping to move a power boat that is being hauled from FL to NC. After it's been serviced and splashed we will take it to AC NJ by way of Chesapeake through the C&D. Any suggestions for a full service marina in NC? The boat is 40' and 29,000 lbs. Thanks, Judy
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Old 13-05-2011, 11:24   #2
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Gadagirl,

I've had work done at sailcraft in Oriental which is just off the intercoastal. Here is there website. Welcome to SAILCRAFT SERVICE Deaton Marina is another. Sailcraft stays busy as they will allow owners to do some of their own work in the yard.
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Thank you bildgedawg! Passing all the info on to the owner
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Deaton treated me well when I had a problem on my last trip n on the icw prices were reaonable as well
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Old 13-05-2011, 14:34   #5
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Re: NC Marinas ?

BTW, they are less marinas, more of Boatyards.
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Re: NC Marinas ?

If you don't mind the three hour trip up the Neuse River Off of the ICW, New Bern has several nice marinas... Some within walking distance of downtown and a number of very nice restaurants.
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Teenjayevens - yes that's what we've discovered

The owner is going with Baylis boat works.

We won't be sight seeing at all. The owner is itching to get it to AC ASAP. We'll be slipping in the evenings and off in the mornings.

Thank you all for the great information.

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+1000 for Sailcraft! Allen runs a good and laid-back place to work on your boat and has a great crew of top-notch techs to do the work for you. Skinny Dippin' only goes up on the hard in one place.

Deaton would be second to Sailcraft and while we have not worked there, I have heard great things about it.

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Whittaker point is an excellent stopover and is across the creek from SailCraft and Deatons in oriental and just off the ICW.
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