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Old 24-08-2020, 10:23   #1
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Where to hullOut in Mobil, Alabama

My brother and I recently bought a new to us monohull pharaoh cement Sailing yacht. But we have one problem we need to hull it out and would like to do the scraping, sanding and possible damage repair ourselves and donít know where to go. If anyone could give us some advise it would be very much appreciated!!
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Old 28-08-2020, 23:02   #3
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Re: Where to hullOut in Mobil, Alabama

Whats your draft?
I draw 9ft on my steel hulled 72ft Frers ketch and have problems locating a haul out facility in the GOM. I'm located in Louisiana.
Last time I hauled out was in St. Petersburg FL but won't be back there again, bunch of clowns (Sailors Wharf).
I will be hauling out at 3D Boat Yard in Stock Island within the next month, yes, it is a little further to go but they're good people and very reasonably priced.
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Whats your draft?
I draw 9ft on my steel hulled 72ft Frers ketch and have problems locating a haul out facility in the GOM. I'm located in Louisiana.
Last time I hauled out was in St. Petersburg FL but won't be back there again, bunch of clowns (Sailors Wharf).
I will be hauling out at 3D Boat Yard in Stock Island within the next month, yes, it is a little further to go but they're good people and very reasonably priced.
Well our paper work states 9.8 foot but I don’t know if that’s fully loaded or not. My brother seams to think it’s maybe 7.5 for draft and it would be a hull the entire length of the boat.
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Re: Where to hullOut in Mobil, Alabama

Someone has already responded Turner Marine, I found their cost very stiff if actually working on a boat (daily rate)
I chose Southern Marina just up the road about a mile. Much better hurricane hole too!
Our Islander 44, 6ft draft, keel always in the mud. Luckily it is mud and most deep drafts just push through, not fantastic but it works. The path in is narrow and very tight turns, strongly suggest tracking it with small boat measuring depth/center and tank to the marina before attempting. They know how to get in and out.
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Re: Where to hullOut in Mobil, Alabama

"Haul out", not "hull out. "
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