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Old 10-07-2014, 17:11   #16
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Re: Planning To Haulout

I have about 2.25 gallons of red ABC. I would sell it, but only for close to retail price. I might be coming to indiantown to pickup a boom in the near future.

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Old 12-07-2014, 04:27   #17
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FYI, Green Cove S Marina has a 16' wide travel lift. My 34' Prout fits, it's skinny that way.

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Old 12-07-2014, 08:31   #18
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FYI, Green Cove S Marina has a 16' wide travel lift. My 34' Prout fits, it's skinny that way.
I considered not posting this but here goes.

Thanks for the constructive responses.

Green Cove Springs is a hydrological springs according to wiki. Wiki also lists it as a city. There are lots of marinas there and some have lifts capable of hauling boats with beams larger than 16 feet.

When I asked for sources for Amearon ABC3 I was looking for a specific source, and possibly a phone number. While it may be available from a business in Green Cove Springs I doubt the springs or the city itself sell it, though I have not checked on that.

I looked at boats in Green Cove Springs before I bought the one I have now and know something about the area. It is a great place to haul and store a boat, but realistically about as far from the Keys as you can get. Not to mention the passage up the ICW is almost completely motoring while the passage up the West Coast of Florida allows for lots of sailing on the outside with a lot more anchorages that do not suffer from entry/exit problems through narrow cuts subject to unfriendly seaways. So my first choice would be a haul out on the West Coast.
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Be sure to ask about if you can do ALL your own work, and what the situation is with contractors coming in to work. (can you hire a $10 an hour helper to come in to help sand?)
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