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Thank you all for your good posts. We are continuing to look at various carriers but the BoatsUS reputation is good. We did not know about their paying a captain to move it and to have a marina haul it (well, 50%).That is interesting news indeed.

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Thank you all for your good comments. Much food for thought. Faith
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Thank you all for your good comments. Much food for thought. Faith
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