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Old 18-11-2013, 06:47   #1
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Rio Dulce/ storage fees/ how much

thinking of putting my 33 on the hard somewhere cheap any and all info apreciated
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Old 18-11-2013, 07:22   #2
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Re: Rio Dulce/ storage fees/ how much

I don't think you'll find anywhere cheap on the Rio.
Thunk $700 to $800 just for haulout.

Astillero Magdalena (Don Abel's) Abels - This family owned and operated yard has been a long time favourite of cruisers as well as the Guatemalan Navy for haul-outs. With a rail lift as well as a travel lift Abels can handle beamy boats up to 33 feet. The addition in 2009 of a dry storage area makes them an affordable choice for out of water storage for your boat.
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Ram Marine - Located in Shell Bay this yard has an excellent dry storage area, a large travel lift, convenience store, and fuel dock. The yard office can assist you in ordering and importing items for your boat projects.
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Old 18-11-2013, 07:41   #3
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ok 800 to haul and how much for about one year on the dry
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Old 18-11-2013, 08:03   #4
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Re: Rio Dulce/ storage fees/ how much

Gord gave you the contact info for the yards. Just email or call them.
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Re: Rio Dulce/ storage fees/ how much

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I don't think you'll find anywhere cheap on the Rio.
Thunk $700 to $800 just for haulout.

Astillero Magdalena (Don Abel's) Abels - This family owned and operated yard has been a long time favourite of cruisers as well as the Guatemalan Navy for haul-outs. With a rail lift as well as a travel lift Abels can handle beamy boats up to 33 feet. The addition in 2009 of a dry storage area makes them an affordable choice for out of water storage for your boat.
Tel: (502) 7930 5059
or Cellular Phone: 5200 7941
Fax: 7930 5060
Email: astillerorio@yahoo.com

Ram Marine - Located in Shell Bay this yard has an excellent dry storage area, a large travel lift, convenience store, and fuel dock. The yard office can assist you in ordering and importing items for your boat projects.
Email: richard@rammarina.com
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Where did you get those prices? We have been quoted between $250-$400 from different places to haul and launch a 40' catamaran. I would be surprised if you found anywhere cheaper in the Caribbean than the Rio Dulce.

Also, there is a new haulout facility in the Rio - Nana Juana Marina. They are using a hydraulic trailer to pull boats.

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Re: Rio Dulce/ storage fees/ how much

Lots of boats from the Rio use the Glades Boatyard in Florida.
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I got a quote from the yard in rio dulce, 3300 for a year.
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Lots of boats from the Rio use the Glades Boatyard in Florida.
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Boats from the Rio Dulce in Guatemala store in Florida? Are you thinking of a different Rio?

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I got a quote from the yard in rio dulce, 3300 for a year.
That's cheap in my book
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Definate venue confusion here. Just had a Voyage 50 hauled at Abels. $500 round trip.

RAM has by far largest area for dry storage. Contact them for current rates.

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