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Old 06-07-2020, 10:49   #16
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Re: Limping in to South-East Florida -- Need Repair Marina

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Ft Pierce or Vero. Vero is better in my opinion, a mooring though not a slip, but much less money.
Buy a Honda from Mayberry’s. Not a fan of NJ people really, but these guys are nice and will deliver in a couple of days and I doubt you will beat their price.

https://www.mayberrys.com/inventory/...wer/Generators

Vero normally has a city bus that runs like every hour and is free, but I’m not sure now.

Call first before you go anywhere, the truth may change overnight.
Agreed. If you want a slip, in Vero it's the city marina; there's a marine electrician who lives there, Mike (hyymike@aol.com); the busses still run (free).

In FTP MAYBE Riverside Marina, the City Marina (closed some time ago, but maybe available again, now), and Harbortown.

All should be easy due to it being off season...

I'd confidently stay at any of them, am now at VBCM and have stayed extensively at Riverside (but on the hard)...
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Re: Limping in to South-East Florida -- Need Repair Marina

Honda portable 2000 is in recall for fires.
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Re: Limping in to South-East Florida -- Need Repair Marina

zen girl, the recalls are for some Honda 2200 series not the eu2000i.
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Re: Limping in to South-East Florida -- Need Repair Marina

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zen girl, the recalls are for some Honda 2200 series not the eu2000i.
And I beleve it was only by serial number and the ones you can buy are not covered by the recall, only older ones.
Here is a link to the recall and covers serial numbers

https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2020/am...d-burn-hazards
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Re: Limping in to South-East Florida -- Need Repair Marina

THANKS EVERYONE.


The vessel has safely landed in Riviera Beach, Florida and tied up at Safe Harbor - New Port Cove Marina . . . . .



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