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Needing to move my new (to me)Catalina 30 Tall rig from San Diego to Phoenix in the next few months. Need to have a trailer setup that can launch as there are no travelslings at Lake Pleasant. Off-site (real off-site) crane would have to be used at huge additional expense. Any one know of a moving service that isn''t out to skin you alive that can help? Ken Schell
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Hi Ken..so your leaving San Diego for Lake Pleasant???? to bad...I guess you have been to the lake? We had a 25 foot catalina and we found that the best sailing there is in the winter time. The lake is 5 miles by 2 miles and in the summer it is usually too hot to sail and hardly any wind. Lots of powerboaters and cigar boats with that speed mentality. We have had a lot of fatalities there (powerboats) because in the summer they drain the lake out about 100 feet. Which shrinks the size of the lake and you see islands and rocks and things that aren''t visible in the winter. In October they start filling the lake back up. It is a beautiful marina. One of the nicest you will find. I hope you can get some sailing in. Morning and late afternoon around 4 is a good time to sail and you will see some sailboats out then. If you know all this just disregard. Just thought incase you needed some info take care and good luck!
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If you want to leave the boat in San Diego see this:

http://www.shelterislandsailing.com/

We need sailing boats for charter fleet.
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thousands of moving services have sprouted today and only a few are really reliable that's why we also need to be wise when getting service from these...
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The post you're replying to is almost four years old, and if they haven't moved the damn boat yet...they probably sold it... Please check the dates on threads before replying to them. I'd also recommend you read the post in my signature to help you get the most out of sailnet.
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