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Old 16-06-2010, 16:40   #1
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Looking for Marina in NC for Haulout

I m on the ICW in the most southern part of north carlonia I need to have my boat hauled to straighten the rudder and change the prop Looking for a suggestion as to a marina that is reasonable and friendly I am running north no panic as I am still running but would like to fix soon
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Old 16-06-2010, 16:45   #2
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DIY? Size of boat? Deaton's in Oriental ( Whittaker Creek) has a good reputation. No DIY there but there is also a DIY yard right next door.
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I have a 34' trawler about 20,000lbs
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Old 16-06-2010, 17:04   #4
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I think it is called Sailyard . I hauled out for the summer a few years ago there. Can't say enough good things about Alan and his yard. Across the creek from Deaton's.
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Soory my wife thought it might be sailcraft. Anyway on the north side of the creek in oriental.
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Both Oriental outfits, Deaton and Sailcraft, are good.

Bock Marine in Core Creek (ICW) is mostly DIY and reasonably priced. Closest place to get supplies or other stuff is about 10 miles to Beaufort.

Jarrett Bay a few miles closer to Beaufort on the ICW a little more upscale, but good marine services located on the property.

Duck Creek Marina, up the river about 18 miles from Oriental near New Bern is a small yard but can haul you.

Hurricane Boat Yard up the Bay River from Oriental is basic but can haul you.

Having given you the list, if they could haul me, Deaton would be my choice. When there is work that can be done in the water, I use them. Never disappointed there.

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there are also a few in morehead city/beaufort area as well.

there is ted and toms in raido island... old yard, but specalizes in steel boats, they are building a big steel shrimp boat now on site.

Town Creek marina can also haul you out and they have an excellent service department as well.

there is also Russels in morehead, but the owner is a jerk and he is really expensive
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There is Anchors Away just north of Wilmington and before Surf City.

Also, we have our cat hauled out just north of Beaufort at Jarrett Bay which can handle a size you can bring to them. If you need any more info, let me know.
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There is Anchors Away just north of Wilmington and before Surf City.

Also, we have our cat hauled out just north of Beaufort at Jarrett Bay which can handle a size you can bring to them. If you need any more info, let me know.
You beat me to it. Best option on your route (and closest).
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Re: Looking for Marina in NC for Haulout

Anyone near Jacksonville,Sneads Ferry, Hampstaed or Wilmington,Nc. Anchors Away Boatyard at mile 90 in Hampstead, NC. is offering free haul out and $250 maximum monthly storage for a limited time. Call Chris at 910-270-4741 for details and availability, we stay pretty full.
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