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Question Seeking GOOD Boat Yard S. FL.

Will some of you tell me of a good boat repair yard in South Florida.

I'd like one below Ft. Myers on the west coast.

The work to be done will be a bottom job, with fiberglass repair.
Installing a new rear engine seal, a dripless stuffing box, and
some other minor (yea right) stuff.

I may also require rigging and interior wood and wiring work.

Anyone know of a GOOD yard that may be able to do this?

Thanks everyone.

Jim
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There isnt much South of Ft Myers except Naple$$$ and Key We$$$t. If I were you, I would go North to Sarasota/Bradenton or the Tampa area. There are ten times more boatyards North than South.
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Doubt he much cares, as he needed the boat yard FOUR YEARS AGO. I would highly recommend you check dates on posts before replying and read the POST in my signature to help you get the most out of sailnet.
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Hey Coco,

I've fallen into the "old post" trap more than once myself, so don't worry.

I entirely concur with your response and think your info. will be useful to others.
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he's had four years to look and prrobably still hasn't found a g$$d b$$t yard. - just the usual collecion of crooks.
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I'm crackin' up here.
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