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Need a marina near Youngstown, NY

I am shipping a boat from Florida to Port Credit, ON. One of my options is to drop it in Lake Ontario on the New York side and sail it across. Does anyone know of any marinas near Youngstown, NY that would be able to do this sometime in the middle of April. They would need a lift for the boat and be able to step the mast. I'm trying to compare the shipping costs versus going all the way to Port Credit. Boat is a Bayfield 29 and will be on a flatbed .
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There is a marina in Wilson NY with a lift.
About 10 miles east of Youngstown, or about a 40 NM sail to Port Credit
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lots of possiblities in Rochester. A bit further east but you wouldnt have a problem. april can sometimes have pretty terrible weather on the lake. Be careful.
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Any marina in particular in Rochester? I might leave it there for a few weeks anyway. My marina doesn't open until May 1.
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In Wilson there is the Sunset Bay Marina and the Boat Basin 716-751-6466.
They have lots of dock space and a large travel lift and a repair facility.
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