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Old 15-05-2011, 18:55   #1
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Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

Here is the current running list, but would like to add more.
See attached Excel spread sheet.

If you know of any good locations. Please put in this format and I will update the list.

Location, Lat, Lon, Name, Contact, Beam, Method, Remarks

Also will make sure they are put in www.Activecaptain.com
Will also make a .pdf and post it as we add more Cat marina’s

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Old 19-05-2011, 07:18   #2
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

Line 43 - Ft. Myers Beach - Gulf Marine Ways: Travel Lift can handle 26' beam; best to pass under 65' bridge as coming from the south is very shallow (3')
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Old 19-05-2011, 19:04   #3
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

Pulled our catamaran in December at:

The Hinckley Company
4550 SE Boatyard Drive
Stuart, FL 34997

Lat/Lon: N 27° 08.970' W 080° 11.600'

Contact: Darryl Schmiermund
Tel: 772-287-0923
Fax: 772-286-8037
servicestuart@hinckleyyachts.com

Highly recommend them. Our cat has a 25'3" beam. That is the maximum they can take. They've got a 150 ton travel lift. I highly recommend this yard for work. They're friendly, very professional, and do top quality work. They are offering some very competitive prices on hauling & labor right now:
  • storage for just $8 per foot
  • 50% off haul and launch service
  • hurricane storage/preparedness program
  • 15% off published paint labor rates
  • pre-storage inspection and 10% off all other published labor rates contracted by June 1, 2011

They are located in the Manatee Pocket with NO FIXED BRIDGES. It is a hurricane hole and very safe. Lots of nearby restaurants, as well as the Chapman School of Seamanship within biking distance, which often has 1 bedroom apartments with full kitchen & wireless internet while your boat is being worked on for very reasonable rates.
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

Hi! I can't open your spreadsheet & not sure if you're interested in out of the US. Shelter Bay Marina in Ft Sherman/Colon Panama hauls out catamarans as does LaCeiba Shipyard in LaCeiba, Honduras. I think the max width at LaCeiba is 25', not sure about Shelter Bay.

These are the only two that I'm aware of in the Western Caribbean, altho' there are a few new yards that may ... one in the Rio Dulce, one in Bocas Del Toro, but I'm not familiar with the new yards, maybe someone else?
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Old 19-05-2011, 19:45   #5
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

sv Winterlude,

The spread Sheet is just Microsoft Excel.
Here is what it shows in that area.

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Old 25-06-2011, 21:07   #6
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Thanks very much for this very valuable info! Do you have a web site where this is kept. ? Thanks chris v
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

St Augustine Boatyard in St. Augustine Florida, and just got hauled in Vacamonte Panama. Just north of Taboga via 6 miles on the mainland. We're 23'3", and there was a couple of feet on both sides still.Also in Ca. there is a yard in Napa, but I forget the name......i2f
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

We were suprised to find out that our little marina has a big trailor lift that extends wide enough to fit our cat and mutch wider ones. It is hydrolic and spreads out with arms that move foward and back for the correct lift locations. The unit lowers to go under the boat before being backed in to the water and hydrolicly raises when under the boat and after lifted ( max 20 ton ) they use a big loader type of heavy equiptment to pull it up the boat launch to the boat yard across the street. The cost is $150 round trip out and back in the water, and $10.00 a day for dry dock that you can work on your self, not bad these days.

Location is at Clover Island in Kennewick WA on the Columbia River just up stream of the confluence of the Snake river, where we have 300+ days of sunshine here in the desert of eastern WA
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

Ferroalquimar in Cartagena Columbia can handle 30' beam with a 300ton lift.

Curacao Marine in Curacao pulls catamarans with a trailer lift.

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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

Cotemar,

Many years ago my computer science classes taught me that whenever data is kept in two databases, one will always be out of date. I decided not to be responsible for an out-of-date database so I stopped updating my spreadsheet when I found out about Active Captain. Thus no entries have been added to mine since October 2007.
The thread relating to my collection (Where Can Catamarans Haul Out ?) is now closed to new entries but still links to the spreadsheet I compiled a number of years ago.
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

Great info, thanks.

Here in NC Jarrett Bay can handle up to 26' beam and 250 ton.
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

Bock Marine up to 19’ beam. http://bockmarine.com/ 233 Core Creek Road Beaufort, NC 28516

Jarrett Bay up to 30’ beam http://www.jarrettbay.com/ 530 Sensation Weigh Beaufort, NC 28516

Anchorage Marina up to ~20 beam 2200 Little River Neck Rd.North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Thunderbolt Marine: I don’t know the maximum beam they can handle but the do BIG stuff.
http://www.thunderboltmarine.us/ 3124 River Drive Savannah, GA 31404-5027
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

Bradford Marine in Freeport Bahamas is 30'
Bobby's Superyacht Marina in Simpson Bay, SXM is 30'
Nanny Cay, BVI also hauls about 30'
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Bock Marine up to 19’ beam. http://bockmarine.com/ 233 Core Creek Road Beaufort, NC 28516

Jarrett Bay up to 30’ beam http://www.jarrettbay.com/ 530 Sensation Weigh Beaufort, NC 28516

Anchorage Marina up to ~20 beam 2200 Little River Neck Rd.North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Thunderbolt Marine: I don’t know the maximum beam they can handle but the do BIG stuff.
http://www.thunderboltmarine.us/ 3124 River Drive Savannah, GA 31404-5027
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Re: Catamaran Haul-Out Marinas

Dennis Point Marina & Campground
46555 Dennis Point Way, Drayden, Md. 20630 (301) 994-2288
Welcome to Dennis Point Marina & Campground | DENNIS POINT, a world away | WDP
DIY, 25' 7" width for both Haulout slip and 75 ton Acme Travellift
Very reasonable rates and excellent staff and ownership

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