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Old 23-05-2020, 18:05   #1
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Boatyard allowing DIY work in Massachusetts

We are looking for a boatyard that can haul out our Cat, 43' x 25' beam and allow us to work on it on the hard in southern MA/RI that won't break the bank? It has a 4' draft. The ones I have found so far won't allow you to do your own work.

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Old 25-05-2020, 16:20   #2
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Re: Boatyard allowing DIY work in Massachusetts

Bristol marine in Somerset maybe, just up the river from fall river can haul you no problem. Lots of cats are stored there and people do their own work. No idea what quarantine rules currently are.
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Re: Boatyard allowing DIY work in Massachusetts

Thanks for the info. Their widest beam is 23. Ours is too big.
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Re: Boatyard allowing DIY work in Massachusetts

Not sure about the DIY, but try Fairhaven Shipyard, Fairhaven MA.
Just across the Harbor from New Bedford. I know they can haul your beam.
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Re: Boatyard allowing DIY work in Massachusetts

Fairhaven is not a diy yard.
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My mistake.
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