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Old 12-06-2012, 03:49   #1
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Just wondering what the approx cost in Qld to have a boat on the hard for a month
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Old 12-06-2012, 07:50   #2
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Re: slipping

Depends on what and where.
A simple phone call will provide you with the answers.
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Old 12-06-2012, 16:56   #3
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Re: slipping

You might find that the prices differ between Manly and Gove!

Very location dependent, and it depends as well on what you want the hardstand for... storage, minor work, big refit, etc. Also depends on your draft... some of the less expensive spots are at the end of some shallow channels.

These days many boatyards have websites that list charges and facilities, and all have telephones. Either do your own research or give us more info if we are gonna help you.

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Re: slipping

That's what you call dry storage in OZ?

Man, You guys are... slipping.
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Re: slipping

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That's what you call dry storage in OZ?

Nah, that's when we run outta beer!


Man, You guys are... slipping.

We only do that are the beer has been resupplied.
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Old 14-06-2012, 02:30   #6
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Re: slipping

Yes will give em a ring.
I was just wondering how the prices differ.
My boat 36ft .Draft 5ft approx 10ton.
Will be trying to do some refit,needs a bit of TLC.
Will also have someone check over the motor Volvo Penta
And antifoul,,trying to fit it all into a month.
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