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Tacoma area yard for hull paint job


I'm looking for recommendations for a yard to paint my new-to-me C&C 34+. She's gonna be purdy in dark blue.

The boat is in Gig Harbor and I can take her up to Seattle, down to Olympia, or keep her right here at the local yard. I want to get this done right as it is an ungodly amount of money to have a something done that serves no purpose other than cause me to giggle at how pretty my boat is.

I've gotten quotes from CSR in Seattle and Shurtz Marine in Olympia. Same price, but CSR wants to pull the rig and paint it inside a shed, which I can see leading to other unforeseen costs, but also being more effective at keeping off dust, etc.

Any recommendations?

Thank you,
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