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Old 01-11-2007
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Thanks for the site Sailortjk1! Its a great resource. Fun and practical as well. I'm cautious by nature and seeing a unknown marina beforehand from different aerial angles is very useful.

By the way, "Waymar" is at Collins Bay Marina on Lake Ontario. When I first looked for the marina they had the wrong aerial photographs but the correct weblink, address etc. I e-mailed marina.com with the comment. 12 hrs later they e-mailed me saying they will look into it and 1 day later had the correct photos-With my boat in the water. I wish I got that kind of service from my bank!

http://marinas.com/view/marina/869

Kudos to Marina.com (I may even order a photo online!)

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