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Boat movers with Hydraulic trailers NC

Can anyone recommend a mover with a hydraulic trailer in NC. Searching the net has not turned up many. I thought this would be easier.
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Don't know anyone in NC. But I have used Bo Smith @ 601-201-9135. He moves boats all over the country and he does have a hydraulic trailer. He just moved my boat from FL to MS in March 2010. Great guy and GREAT price.
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Deep Water Transport in Washington, NC should be able to handle anything you need, Deep Water Transport.

I think Triton (oops, the next poster is right, Triton's in Oriental) has a hydraulic trailer and does a little boat moving, too.
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Try Triton in Oriental,

Triton Yachts
P.O Box 735
919 Midyette St
Oriental, NC 28571, USA

Toll-free 877-267-6235
Tel 252-249-2210
Fax 252-249-2959
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i can recommend Paul Welles with Triton Yachts. he moved my boat from Oriental to Kerr lake where it is now after i sailed it down from Long Island. most of the people on Kerr lake who need boats hauled for any reason use Paul. great guy.

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