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Re: Winter Special for Sailnet Members.

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Man I wish you were on the Chesapeake! Those are great rates you're offering.

Also, before anyone grouses about Charlie's "ad", he has been a paying advertiser here on Sailnet so he is in a bit of a grey area and as far as I'm concerned and unless management says otherwise this post is fine.
Siamese, if you would have read the entire thread (or even just a few posts back) you would have seen that a moderator has posted to this thread okaying the post. See quote above. CC is a paying advertiser.

You should consider contacting SN and becoming a paying advertiser and sharing your product with us. You've piqued my curiosity.

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Re: Winter Special for Sailnet Members.

Ok folks. After running this in 2011, we were slammed for almost two years. Now we once again have no Fall or Winter work scheduled so it's time to offer a Winter Special again.

Please take advantage of this if you need work done as it will fill up quickly, if last time was any indication. BTW, we now offer mobile services throughout Washington State and even into Oregon, depending on the project. See the details at: Winter Specials

Thanks again to Sailnet and it's members for their continued support.
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Re: Winter Special for Sailnet Members.

Hi cc

With those rates and the work you have done I am very interested especially if you have a chciago guy going too as my boat is here also . What size is that boat wondering could i piggy back on a trailer would make it only half the cost for both parties
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With those rates and the work you have done I am very interested especially if you have a chciago guy going too as my boat is here also . What size is that boat wondering could i piggy back on a trailer would make it only half the cost for both parties
I have no boats coming from Chicago this year. What type and size boat do you have?

I would normally do this via a PM but you don't have enough posts to respond that way yet.
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Re: Winter Special for Sailnet Members.

Damn....well, I've been considering moving out west anyway. This might seal the deal.
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Re: Winter Special for Sailnet Members.

Any chance you could pack up a trailer with tools and come south (and east) for the winter?

Get the work arranged ahead of time, so it's more of a sure thing. You could do work in the New York area and then head down to the Chessapeak.

We'll have you back home in time for spring.

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Re: Winter Special for Sailnet Members.

Crap, why can't you be located in east Tennessee? And for the record, I used to live in Bellingham when I was knee high to a grasshopper. We had moved from Ferndale to Bellingham.
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Any chance you could pack up a trailer with tools and come south (and east) for the winter?

Get the work arranged ahead of time, so it's more of a sure thing. You could do work in the New York area and then head down to the Chessapeak.

We'll have you back home in time for spring.

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Considering we have nothing on the schedule for the Winter once the Fisher 46 is finished next month, yes. We'd have to line up some work, a place to stay and a building of some sorts. Would be three or four guys on the trip including myself.
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