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Old 03-12-2015, 16:49   #31
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Re: Catamaran Haul Out Facilities

From Jaynes Marines web sit:

"Strictly a multihull haul out and repair facility"

Given that they haul out with a trailer rather than a travel lift, there may not be much of a beam restriction. If I get a chance, I'll give them a call tomorrow.

I don't know these folks or have any connection with them. They do seem to be doing business. The latest sat photo I've seen shows 11 or 12 multis tied up or hauled out.
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Old 03-12-2015, 21:06   #32
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Re: Catamaran Haul Out Facilities

Since I see one yard at 20'5", I assume this is the threshold.

I think there are several lower Chesapeake yards capable of cats wider than that, not listed.

Ocean Marine in Portsmouth has a Travelift (more importantly, the slip width) around 24 feet, and if that's not enough, their huge Syncrolift is I think 40 feet wide, if they are interested in hauling you at the time. Ocean Marine Yacht Center

Chesapeake Yachts had a Travelift, the slip of which my boat at 25 ft wide could not quite enter. They also have (or at least had) a hydraulic trailer that could haul out a cat.

A yard in Little Creek has a wide Travelift, but not wide enough for me.

Ditto for Severn River Marine off Mobjack Bay.

I'm about to be hauled at the yard (listed) at Cape Charles, VA, but I think the max beam is more like 25' 6" or 8".

And there are a couple of HUGE Travelifts in Norfolk, for mega yachts, but I think they assume (correctly, probably) that no sailor would pay what they would need to charge.
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Old 03-12-2015, 21:38   #33
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Re: Catamaran Haul Out Facilities

There are two big travel lifts in Baltimore harbor. I used Tidewater with their 77ton lift for my Seawind 1160 with a beam of 21' and there was probably 3' of extra room. Baltimore Marine Center lists an 85ton travel lift.



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Old 03-12-2015, 22:22   #34
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Re: Catamaran Haul Out Facilities

Cape Charles Yacht Center's max beam is 25'. I'm currently (until Monday) hauled out there. My boat is 24'10" That plus the slings is all the room they have.

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Since I see one yard at 20'5", I assume this is the threshold.



I'm about to be hauled at the yard (listed) at Cape Charles, VA, but I think the max beam is more like 25' 6" or 8".
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I just received this email from Jaynes Marine:

"Our yard is closed"

Sorry about the confusion.
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Re: Catamaran Haul Out Facilities

Does anyone know where a 23'10" beam (lagoon 400) can be hauled out in the San Francisco Bay Area? It looks like a trailer in Napa Marina is the only reasonably priced option.

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Cape Charles Yacht Center's max beam is 25'. I'm currently (until Monday) hauled out there. My boat is 24'10" That plus the slings is all the room they have.
Hey, I didn't see this until just now!

It think you are pretty close. My boat's beam is listed at 24.9 ft, but not sure if that included the chainplates which stick out about 3/4 inch each side. But there wasn't but an inch or maybe 2 either side.
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Hey, I didn't see this until just now!

It think you are pretty close. My boat's beam is listed at 24.9 ft, but not sure if that included the chainplates which stick out about 3/4 inch each side. But there wasn't but an inch or maybe 2 either side.
Yes, it was tight. The crew is very good, and on the haulout it went without a hitch. Getting back in we scraped a small patch on the stbd stern. It's nothing that isn't easily fixable, but it give an idea of how tight it is.

There were three other cats hauled when we got there. They all headed out shortly afterward. We did manage an nice dinner in town before they left. We saw your boat and hoped to meet you before we put back in. Maybe another time.

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Catamaran Haul Out Facilities

Here is the latest updated Catamaran Haul Out list.

See attached pdf file below

Another important part of my Catamaran Haul Out List process is that I go into Active Captain and edit the Services > Haul Out > Catamaran Friendly beams to XXX feet.
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Re: Catamaran Haul Out Facilities

I have posted an up-to-date list of wide beam haul out facilities in North and South America, North and South Pacific, Europe, and Asia on a blog site.

See Torrmundi Wide Beam Haulouts.

Several years ago, I used Cotemar's and Ziptie's lists as a starting point and have added many myself or by suggestion in various threads on Cruisersforum. Many thanks to all who've identified good facilities!
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