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Looking for repair shop/yard recomendations (MD/Chesapeak)

Good time of day to all!

I am in process of buying an older sailboat, which will need a somewhat significant amount of work done. Main amount of work would be fiberglass related (rebuilding/rebedding certain fixtures , building custom fiberglass items and much else). Then there is rigging and also potentially a limited amount of custom metal work (some old items are not available).

What I am looking for is a recomendation for a yard or a boat shop that people have successfully used for significant boat renovation projects. The place needs to be within general vicinity of Annapolis area. Phones/names/addresses would be greately appreciated!
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Looking for repair shop/yard recomendations (MD/Chesapeak)

I like and have used Muller Marine for years. Bobby Muller does very good glass work at reasonable prices. The other yard that is known for high quality glass work is Whitehall Marine off of Route 50.

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