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Any good boat repair Charlotte, NC?

I need to find a good shop in the Charlotte area to do some cosmetic work. Mostly gelcoat touch up and some new cushions made. When finished the boat needs to be detailed and shrink wrapped for shipping to Belize. The boat is on the trailer.

Can you recommend a reputable company that can do the whole thing?
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Re: Any good boat repair Charlotte, NC?

talk with Tim at All Season's marina. If he can't help you, he can give you the name of someone that can.

What boat are you transporting??
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Re: Any good boat repair Charlotte, NC?

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talk with Tim at All Season's marina. If he can't help you, he can give you the name of someone that can.

What boat are you transporting??
It's a Grady White Marlin 300 with twin 250 Yamaha outboards.
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