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Old 29-12-2015, 00:42   #1
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Trimaran haul out Chesapeake bay

Hi,Iam planning to haul out our sailing Trimaran 28 foot beam 45 foot long.
Have made several local inquiries without luck so far (long distance Internet)
Does anyone know of a haul out facility near Hampton Virginia (within 40nm)
That could lift a sailing boat with a 28 foot beam.cheers
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Old 29-12-2015, 05:29   #2
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Re: Trimaran haul out Chesapeake bay

Check with Cape Charles Yacht Center on the Eastern Shore. Their lifting well is too narrow for you, but they may have access to a crane. They're building larger lift capabilities.

Otherwise, on the Ches Bay, you'll have to go all the way north to Georgetown Yacht Basin. They have a 100 ton lift that can handle 33 foot beams.

Good luck,
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