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Question Boatyards at East end of Lake Erie?

Any recommendations?

I want to leave a 33' sailboat at the East end of Lake Erie until next Spring when I want to take her through the Erie Canal to the East coast.

There will be work to be done on the boat - engine overhaul, rudder repair. The mast will need to come down.

Thanks for any advice.
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This is where I keep my boat: New Sailboats Used Sailboats Beneteau Sabre Yachts Hunter J Boats

They are right in Buffalo minutes from the canal and they do all kinds of service work. Good luck.
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