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Old 29-04-2008, 12:48   #1
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Indiantown Marina

Just wanted to introduce ourselves, we are Indiantown Marina. We are located on the Okeechobee Water Way on the east coast side of florida. We are a Marina and Drystorage Facility with a do it yourself and full service boat yard. We are an excellent hurricane hole and have many Cruisers as customers. We would like to invite everyone to take a look at our web site at indiantownmarina.com.

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Old 19-10-2008, 10:22   #2
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Now that the big lake is up I'm sure traffic is increasing. Is the guy with the barrels still healing over the sailboats at the rr bridge?

You've got a great place, keep it going!
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Old 20-10-2008, 02:30   #3
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Greetings, and WELCOME aboard Indiantown.

I notice that your web-site’s rate card* is dated “New Rates Effective August 1, 2006".
Are the posted rates still in effect, or have they changed?

* Indiantown Marina, Florida, Martin County, Anchorage, Rates, St. Lucie Waterway, Okeechobee, Camping, Boating
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Old 14-11-2008, 14:16   #4
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I kept my first boat at Indiantown for about 6 years. The location and yard had much to offer.
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Old 14-11-2008, 16:33   #5
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I have stayed at Indiantown numerous times while transiting to/from the coast(s) of Florida. Great service, fair pricing. Never had work done there, or holed up for a hurricane. but they are always on my short list for both.
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Old 14-11-2008, 17:39   #6
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Just wanted to introduce ourselves, we are Indiantown Marina. We are located on the Okeechobee Water Way on the east coast side of florida. We are a Marina and Drystorage Facility with a do it yourself and full service boat yard. We are an excellent hurricane hole and have many Cruisers as customers. We would like to invite everyone to take a look at our web site at indiantownmarina.com.

Happy Sailing!

What does it cost to haul a:

1. Gemini
2. Wildcat
3. Manta.
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Old 15-11-2008, 03:17   #7
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It's a fun place and I plan on staying there again. We bought a little Baba 30 out of there a few years back. The place is about as close to a "real" boatyard/marina as you'll ever come across IMHO. It also has a real cast of characters for entertainment and lots of local "experts" that are friendly and more than anxious to help out. Very laid back.

An interesting feature of the town is that it's right in the middle of a lot of commercial citrus orchards. When we'd go over the the local grocery store, the "fruit-pickers", who were mostly Hispanic, would get bussed to the parking lot from the fields after a day of work. They had a faucet and hose set up in the parking lot for the workers to get cleaned up before going in the store to buy a bunch of "junk-food". It gave us a very interesting view of a life that we weren't really aware of!
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Old 15-11-2008, 06:51   #8
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Are liveaboards allowed?
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I stopped there for fuel one time. Everyone I met there were pleasant and helpful. I enjoyed my stop.
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Looking at your Rental Equipment rates, what is a "Thru Hull Installation Stool $5.00"?

Also, what kind of Vacuum Sander/Grinder is it that you rent? Is it a Festool Rotex 150? It would be worth the trip just to use that fine tool.
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Yes, live aboards are welcome. if you would like to call the main office, the number is 772-597-2455. They will be happy to discuss your needs with you.
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Looking at your Rental Equipment rates, what is a "Thru Hull Installation Stool $5.00"?

Also, what kind of Vacuum Sander/Grinder is it that you rent? Is it a Festool Rotex 150? It would be worth the trip just to use that fine tool.
The thru-hull tool is a machined tool to hold the thru-hull while removing or installing allowing the user to firmly hold the thru-hull as necessary. we have two different vacuum sander unit styles, one is the "Fein" system, the other is a "Dewalt" system.
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