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Old 03-03-2013
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Re: About the time it takes to fix engines

I would say this is not expectable. If you have seatow or towboat have the boat moved to another yard. Would you leave your car in the shop this long with nothing being done? I am a marine professional and have worked for and with many yards over the years and I can tell you this is not normal. Ask around and find a good yard or even an independent mechanic to help you out. I hope they are not planning on charging you storage as well. I would ask to see the work order amount right away. Good luck and I hope you get it worked out soon

Capt. Wayne Canning, AMS
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