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Need an electrician in Annapolis area

I have a boat just South of Annapolis (Shadyside, MD). I need a new bilge pump, float and wiring installed. Anyone have a suggestion for someone they can trust?
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joe if you get the boat up to baltimore, i can do it. and i work cheap, normally dinner is plenty to keep me happy ( and if the wife finds out we have to feed her too ). sail up here, spend the week end around baltimore.
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Bob Campbell does first rate work. I'll send you a PM with his cell number.
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Joe,

I used Peter Kennedy in 2003 for a refit of some electrical including AGMs. He did great work and I recommend him to you.

Peter Kennedy Yacht Services - Marine Electrical Systems

Agree also with Steve's recommendation of Bob Campbell (attended his class in 2002)

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you might check the list and the gemini list re:Kennedy...you either do or don't.

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I'd highly recommend you avoid Peter Kennedy Yacht Services, since he's an incompetent lying bastard IMHO... If you're wondering why I say this, you might want to read this post, and that was the quality of the work when he personally guaranteed he'd make sure it was done properly. He was also almost three weeks late on the job to add insult to injury.
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I'd highly recommend you avoid Peter Kennedy Yacht Services, since he's an incompetent lying bastard IMHO... If you're wondering why I say this, you might want to read this post, and that was the quality of the work when he personally guaranteed he'd make sure it was done properly. He was also almost three weeks late on the job to add insult to injury.
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Peter Kennedy does good work. I have not seen, in person, any botched jobs. The only first hand account of a bad job I have heard of is from Sailingdog. My experience with him was very positive as were others from my marina.
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