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Diver needed - Marblehead

Anyone know of a diver who cleans keels in the main harbor in Marblehead? VC Offshore bottom. Have asked around and searched a few sites but can't seem to locate one.

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If you have no luck, send an email to my friend and yacht broker - Bob Beaumont, of Able Yacht Brokers who has his office along Marblehead's harbor. I'm sure he will direct you to someone capable and reasonably priced. Tell him the prior owner of True Blue sent you.

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You can also contact Cape Ann Divers
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I'm sure they can point you to a resource.


Edit What's with the links? a simple url gets you all the meta words?

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That's because the sailnet website does a webpage lookup and gets the information from the website if you're just using the URL as the link words.

Same engine probably does the keyword lookup and screws up the damn posts that have a keyword in the URL.

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Try Down Under Diving Services. I think you may be out of their service area but they can probably give you some local referrals:

Clean Boats Co. - Down Under Diving Services
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Another Idea

Call a Mooring Service Company. They use divers to inspect mooring hardware below the surface. They may have someone themselves who may do it for a few bucks or know of someone that would.

Mooring companies in Marblehead:

Jordans
Willard and Sons
Northeast Mooring and Salvage
MidHarbor Mooring Service

There are probably others, but those come to mind off the top of my head.

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