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Old 20-04-2021, 09:53   #1
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Working slip on Florida west coast (between Tampa and ft Myers)

Like the title says, anyone know of a marina that has a working slip? Iím looking for a place where I can hang for a month or two and paint the deck without offending management or neighbors.

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Re: Working slip on Florida west coast (between Tampa and ft Myers)

Not even a hint of a suggestion?
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Re: Working slip on Florida west coast (between Tampa and ft Myers)

Iím guessing your using spray for the repaint? If so, thatís going to be a hard sell anywhere. Iíve known several folks that have anchored out a day at a time to conduct spraying.
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Iím guessing your using spray for the repaint? If so, thatís going to be a hard sell anywhere. Iíve known several folks that have anchored out a day at a time to conduct spraying.


Roll and tipÖ..but this was done a year ago.
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Re: Working slip on Florida west coast (between Tampa and ft Myers)

And where did you do it? :-)
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And where did you do it? :-)


In my slip at the marina. Turned out hand sanding and vacuuming during the week and keeping the dock clear was a non-issue.

The. Hauled to paint the hull at charlotte harbor boat storage. That place is great!
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