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best and cheapest, peel and bottom job

heard there was a place on the east coast near or on lake ochechobee that could peel from stem to stern, re-gelcoat and paint for $2,000.00...

any suggestions or names of the places?
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$200-300/foot is more like it I'm afraid.
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For what size boat... in most places, that will cover a dinghy and not much more...
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have you tried American Custom Yachts?
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best & cheapest don't really mix do they, but the closest may be to DIY

Maybe this will help? http://www.sailnet.com/forums/322678-post.html
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As I recall when I inquired before the Great Recession, they did this kind of work at a reasonable price, but reasonable was $100-$!50 per linear foot. If you can get it done cheaper, don't. You'll surely be sorry.
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