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Longterm drystorage in Charlston?

I'm usually on this msg board when i'm in desperate need of help or advise. This time I was on my way to Chesapeake bay when my forstay broke outside Charlston. Since i'm on a tight timeschedule, got people in Norway that wants me back home after a year of sailing, I was wondering if any of you good people now of any cheap drystorage in this area. I allready have a good offer fram Deltaville, VI, $1800 for a year for my 44 ft Jeanneau. So something in this pricerange would be prefereble, but prbly impossible. I've checked all the major marinas without any luck.
Anyway, any advise or hints would be superb. I have to deside between sail or stay monday.

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Go to Deltaville, as I doubt you'll find as good a price elsewhere. $1800 for a year's storage of a 44' boat is very cheap.


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