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Annapolis rigging companies?

Sorry for the crosspost, but I just noticed this forum! I've found that Annapolis rigging seems to be very expensive (although they may be good). I've had both Madden Mast and Rigging and Southbound Cruising Services (Brian Duff) recommended to me. Does anyone know of these organizations?
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Hey Labatt.. I've used both Madden Mast (Steve) and Brian of Southbound, who use to work for Madden. Both of of these guys are good. Everything in Annapolis is expensive! You can tell Brian, or if you talk to Steve, that Martha from Calypso recommended them. I'm not sure what work you need-but usually these guys are pretty busy-so get on their schedule as soon as you can. Is your boat in Annapolis? Brian lives on the Eastern Shore-so if you're flexible, and you can take it over there, ask him to suggest a marina that might be quite a bit less than a marina in Annapolis. Do you have to haul the boat? Jabins in Annapolis will take good care of your boat if you have to haul it.
I have no affiliation with Madden Mast and Rigging, South bound Cruising or Jabins. Other than I've used both riggers and keep a boat at Jabins!
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NauticalFishwife - thanks for the response, but I posted this a year ago We ended up having the work done by Brian and he did well.
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wow..doesn't anyone clean house!!! I should have looked at the date!
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