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Baltimore area riggers?

Does anyone know of any riggers in the Baltimore area? I've seen plenty of advertisements and recommendations for Annapolis riggers but none for the northern bay. I'd figure with all the sailboats north of the Bay Bridge there'd have to be one or two out there. Or do I just have to stick with the Annapolis guys?
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The guys at Oak Harbor (Rock Creek) do a fine job. Call and ask for Chris, great work at a reasonable price. (just get a solid quote first)
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There is a guy based in North East that is supposed to be good. He works as far as North Baltimore with no travel fee. Many at my marina use him and I'm considering it. I'm not at home or on my PC or I'd give you his name. Just look for rigging for North East Md on Google maps.
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