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Old 05-01-2010, 11:13   #1
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Looking for a Puget Sound Boatyard Directory

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As my title suggests, I am looking for a comprehensive and up-to-date list of boatyards in Puget Sound, Washington. More specifically, I am looking for haulout capacity to accommodate a trimaran w/ a 26'6" beam. Tolerance for do-it-yourself would also be nice as I have a bit of interior construction to do and it's well w/in my own capabilities. Any pointers would be appreciated short of going through a phone book or 48North page-by-page.
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Old 05-01-2010, 11:47   #2
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Old 05-01-2010, 12:00   #3
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If you plan on being out for six months you might try calling Dagmar's to see if they can lift you with a fork truck (don't know your overall dim's + weight). They have a few 40' tri's/cat's sitting in the yard now.
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I have had great luck with The Landings in Bellingham. Lots of DIY'ers there. I do not know if they can get around your beam though. Best call'em.
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I'll second Dagmar's. They should be able to accommodate you no problem. Great folks to deal with.
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Thanks for the responses

Thanks all. Jeez, the picture of the cat on the forks is scary when I put my boat in the scene.
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Check Port Angeles

Been a while but Port Angeles has a rail and they haul out pretty good size boats.
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