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Bottom Painter in/near Annapolis

I'm looking for a place to get the bottom of my boat painted in the Annapois area. I used to go to Whitehall Yacht Yard, but now they're a Hinckley yard.
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You can try Steve's Yachts Repair here

http://www.annapolisharbor.com/
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Bert Jabin's Yacht Yard on Edgewood Road has a number of on-site contracors who paint bottoms. The web address is http://www.bjyy.com.
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