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Sailboat dry dock for re-painting bottom..

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Anyone in the Miami/Keys area know of a boat dock/yard that will take out my 30' boat and let me sand and re-paint the bottom...?

I notice there are alot who require that they perform the paininting themselves...

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crackerboys in ft. pierce will let you and I think they have another yard in w. palm beach too.
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You have a couple of options i.e. Payboy Marine in the Dania Cut Off Canal (south side of Port Evergladess) and Lauderdale Marine Center in the New River. You MUST have your boat insured (this applies for all the yards I've been involved with in South Florida). In Playboy Marine you will need to get your paint from them and that entitles you to a discount on the fees.

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