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I am going to make a trip soon along the east coast, from the Carolinas to St Augustine FL. Some time ago a heard of a super warehouse containing everthing nautical. It is said to have new, used and surplus items from the 1930,s to the present. I just wondered if anyone knows of such a store. It was featured on the travel channel about a year ago and I wrote the name and city down where I would not loose it. I must have secured that information very well because I cannot find it now that I am ready for the trip. Can anyone shed any light of this for me. I seemed to recall that it might be in Charlston, SC?

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Are you thinking of Horne's Marine Salvage in St. Petersburg? They have a website: Find it here.
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The WEST superstore in Ft. Lauderdale is the largest and most impressive I've seen. Lots of folks looking for salvage/second hand items are also impressed with Sailorman there.
If there is something bigger somewhere, I'd like to know about it!
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