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Annapolis, Patapsco Area.....anyone have suggestions who have done work on your boat?

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Hey Dave, I had good luck with Bosun Yacht Services Dave van der Spuy. He's out of Annapolis but was more reasonable than some of the other guys from down there. Sorry to hear you couldn't shake out your wrap.
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Thanks Bryn I will call them today. Thank you also for the fun raft up in Greys Inn Creek. Donna and I really enjoyed your company. Hope to see you guys again soon.

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Work on boats...

Hi, Dave. As you know, we have had loads of work done over the last year and a half. For all our trails and tribulations, I can say that Oxford Boatyard did stand up for the work they did. You can't say that about all services provided from all yards.

We had rigging done (bob stay, bob stay chain plate, boom work), non skid paint, electrical AC/DC, panel rewired, engine rebuilt, stainless steel fabrication, and plumbing. The list was pretty extensive and the work was done to a high level. It did prove to be a place where you can get a broad range of services at fair prices and they backed their work.

That to me says volumes. Happy to discuss further via EM messages.

Sorry we did not know you were up on Grey's Inn Creek....we were down in Queenstown enjoying the birds and nice temps.

Good luck with getting your work done.

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Dave,

Let me know if/how Bosun works out.

We had a great time too and are looking forward to next time. Sharon has been looking into some class options already.
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