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Old 10-07-2017, 12:02   #1
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Rigging help in Cuttyhunk

Would appreciate anyone who knows of a rigger or a 'boat handyman' that could help with a repair for a boat in the harbor. Thx.
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Re: Rigging help in Cuttyhunk

I don't offhand, but I've found the harbormaster's office is pretty helpful there. It's a small island and they're sure to know the right person. Or . . . get someone over from Vineyard Haven?
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Re: Rigging help in Cuttyhunk

Thx, I have a call into the harbormaster George Isabella but no reply yet.
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Re: Rigging help in Cuttyhunk

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Would appreciate anyone who knows of a rigger or a 'boat handyman' that could help with a repair for a boat in the harbor. Thx.
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There's a lot of expertise available in New Bedford, a quick run to the north.

Check with Fairhaven Shipyard and Marina, 508-999-1600.
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Thx I'll be in Fair Haven in the morning & then onto the ferry over to Cutty.
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