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Smile January haul out plans (Need Suitable Yard)

Looking for info on a yard somewhere North of West Palm Beach and South of Canaveral. Trying to limit my expenses as Miami yards are getting pricey. I need a working liveaboard yard that can handle a 58 ft deck 44000lb shoal draft boat. I plan on doing most of the work myself except the bottom paint. My plan is to be in by Mid january and out ???? in two months. In the mean time I may be able to sub-let my slip next to the Miai Sea aquarium; it can handle a 60 ft boat and it's in Key Biscayne. Must be out by March for my return. I will post another thread about the slip in the crusing section. Nothing firm yet and I am flexible to a point. Thanks again guy's



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Cracker Boys right at the Ft. Pierce inlet is the one for you. They hauled us and I weigh more. You may need to play the tides a bit to get into the lift slip but we draw 6' and made it at high tide.
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Cracker Boys in Riviera Beach

Just splased after some work at Cracker Boys in Riviera Beach, you can also pull at Rybovich in West Palm or Riviera Beach (both are being renovated). Cracker Boys is more oriented toward the do-it-your-selfer... owned by a great family who run a construction company and keep the yard going pretty much as a public service. Easy mooring south of the yard till you're ready to pull. Good Luck!
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I'll give them a call tomorrow, thanks for the heads up ans I will let them know who provided the reference.

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