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Haulout (then right back in) in Annapolis

Anybody know a place in/near Annapolis where I can take my boat to get the boat hauled out, pressure washed then dunked right back in? (for cheap)
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Cheap & Annapolis should not be used in the same sentence LOL
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Define "cheap".

Hartges in Galesville will do it for $3/foot.

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Since someone already suggested Hartges (our 1st choice) we are also familar with Herrington Harbour North in Tracey's Landing MD. You can check out there rates online on their work request forms. This facility offers numerous contractors for all your boating needs
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I did a haul & hold over lunch with pressure wash at Jabins for a 40' boat for about $300 recently.

If you're going to do it, do it soon, as haul-outs for winter are already ramping up and you may not be able to get it done.

Also in Annapolis you might try Eastport Yacht Center on Back Creek.

Away from Annapolis will be less expensive.
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$3 is CHEAP

In Marblehead, it's around $6 a running foot + labor to disconnect the backstay to allow the crane to get around the mast. Plus, I think they only let you have in the slings for 15 minutes or so. Cost me $225 for a 33 ft boat last year for a shorthaul for a survey.

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Casa Rio Marina in the Rhode River does it. I think they are very reasonable.
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Maybe Ferry Point on the Magothy?
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