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Old 15-03-2014, 09:12   #1
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Greetings from the Frozen North

Hello all, Sig and Joanne from Ontario Canada. Home Port is Meyers Pier on the Bay of Quinte and we live in Bath Ontario on the lake. We moved to Bath 3 years ago to be closer to our Bayliner Contessa. Being on Lake Ontario we built a dock and added a Bayliner Capri and 3 more Seadoo's so even if we are not on the big boat we are still on the water. Any time on the water is a good time
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Old 15-03-2014, 09:22   #2
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Welcome to CF Sig!

Already responded to your other post!

(and I thought it was cold down here... Brrr....)
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Welcome Signjojo. Always nice to have a fellow Ontarian here; even one located in the balmy south of the province (I'll show you frozen north!).

But I have a quick question for you: I'm looking for a marina to haul and store my boat for next winter (if this winter ever lets us go ). Do you have any recommendation in the Bay of Quinte area?
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Welcome Signjojo. Always nice to have a fellow Ontarian here; even one located in the balmy south of the province (I'll show you frozen north!).

But I have a quick question for you: I'm looking for a marina to haul and store my boat for next winter (if this winter ever lets us go ). Do you have any recommendation in the Bay of Quinte area?
Mike, Baycrest Lodge and Marina, no one in the area will treat you better, he is full service and half what other marina's charge, been with them 6 years now
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Greetings Signjojo. Up here, Georgian Bay is solid ice and no end in sight. Saw the sun though, maybe there's hope for some sailing before June!!!!
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Greetings Signjojo. Up here, Georgian Bay is solid ice and no end in sight. Saw the sun though, maybe there's hope for some sailing before June!!!!
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Mike, Baycrest Lodge and Marina, no one in the area will treat you better, he is full service and half what other marina's charge, been with them 6 years now
Thanks Signjojo. That sounds very good. I looked them up but can't find much info on their website. Are they able to haul a 40-foot, 30,000# boat? We're planning to sail down your way this season, and then pull the boat for the winter down there.
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Aloha and welcome aboard!
Is it warming up there yet?
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Aloha and welcome aboard!
Is it warming up there yet?
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Thanks John, yes 62 and sun today, checked on the last boat today, shy of a sideshift install, all ready for the water, most of the lake is ice free but our 2 marinas are still frozen ............Launch countdown T-33 days
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