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Old 19-10-2010, 12:32   #1
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Long Beach Travel Lift

Does anyone have info on Travel Lift facilities in Long Beach, CA? Looking for somewhere that can take an 18' draft, 79' length with the bowsprit. Only 18 tons so weight is not an issue.

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Marina Shipyard on the south side of the 2nd Street bridge across the channel from the Long Beach Yacht Club might do it for you. Call (562) 594-0995.

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