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Chicago to Mobile

When going this route, where are the best places to re-step the mast?

Is Aqua Yacht Harbor considered a good place for sailboat work (rigging)?
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It depends

There are several 52' bridges on the Tenn/Tom.
If you are taller than that, just wait until you get to Mobile (Dog River). Turner Marine and Grand Mariner can both take care of you there. You'll probably want to stop there anyway as it is a long ride from Demopolis to Mobile Bay.
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