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Suggestions for interstate boat hauling in NE

I need to have a 36 foot sailboat hauled from Portsmouth, NH to Groton, CT. The boat hauler must be licensed in CT. Any suggestions? Looking for the lowest price.

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Why would you want to haul your boat through Nebraska (NE)? We Huskers enjoy boating, but it's a long way from New England (don't know what abbreviation the post office uses for that??)
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Why would you want to haul your boat through Nebraska (NE)? We Huskers enjoy boating, but it's a long way from New England (don't know what abbreviation the post office uses for that??)
what are you talking about?
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He wanted ideas for hauling his boat in NE - NE is Nebraska, not New England!
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... Looking for the lowest price...

Thanks!
...overlooks a lot of more important considerations, but to each their own .

These guys are great, can't say if they are lowest cost, just the best. Get them before they start the Fall haulouts, ask for Doc:
Simms Brothers Marine

612 Plain St
Marshfield, MA 02050-2740
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Actually, NE is NorthEast...and was long before Nebraska came along...
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I am not trying to out do Husker Du in denseness but cant the boat be taken via the water route?
Are there major problems that preclude this option? Things like a bad engine, dis-masting or already on the hard with spars down, new boat needs refit?
Mostly curious but also looking for any adventures I can find locally in NE to LI Sound (and I don't mean Nebraska). I am not a licensed CG captain of any gross tonnage but I do own a few boats and know some of the waters that need to be transited. I am a want-to-be surveyor and am not looking to make money off of whatever your predicament is.
Check my profile and posts for some of my experience if you are interested.
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You could try Marblehead Trading Company
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Thanks to all for the interesting conversation and the two boat hauler suggestions.
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