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Old 03-05-2011, 09:54   #1
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Unstep the Mast in Boatyard SC

Hello,

I'm looking for a boatyard near Charleston. Could please recommend one or two boatyards.

Do you know if it is necessary to unstep the mast ?

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Old 03-05-2011, 11:23   #2
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Re: Unstep the Mast in Boatyard SC

it all depends. what you are trying to do.
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Re: Unstep the Mast in Boatyard SC

I just want to leave my boat in a boatyard from August 2011 to April 2012.

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Re: Unstep the Mast in Boatyard SC

Consider Marsh Harbor Marina in Beaufort, SC. Great folks, reasonable prices and a secure area.
http://www.marinasearch.org/marsh-ha...rt-biz7695.htm
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Re: Unstep the Mast in Boatyard SC

Ross Marine...a few miles south on the intracoastal. Cheaper than marinas closer to town for storage...they were fantastic in helping me with an emergent engine problem the day before I left for Jersey!
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Ross Marine...a few miles south on the intracoastal. Cheaper than marinas closer to town for storage...they were fantastic in helping me with an emergent engine problem the day before I left for Jersey!
For Ross Marine I read some negatives opinion in internet. It's quite difficult to have an opinion when you can't go there to see the boatyard in the real life.

Have you an opinion about Charleston CityBoatyard ? Charleston City Boatyard

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