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Where to store boat in FL Keys

I currently have my boat in key west and just got a contract to work back up north for the winter (you know the season I ran away from) and need to store my boat. I am looking to have it pulled and put on the hard so I can have the bottom done, cause it needs it anyway. Does anyone know of a good or inexpensive yard, preferable marathon or below? The other stipulation of the job is that I have to be on site Monday, yup that's right, in 5 days!

Any info is appreciated, I am having mediocre luck with the Google machine.

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Re: Where to store boat in FL Keys

I store my boat during the off season at Robbie's on Stock Island. I've been very happy with their service.
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Re: Where to store boat in FL Keys

Driftwood Marina and storage, marathon, fl. Good rates, protected but not for deep draft
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