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Has anyone out there had any experience with Dockwise transport? Good/bad let me know
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I have spoke to captains that have used this company and all of them had positive comments. I understand pricing is the amount of fuel you will use plus 10%.
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Saw this on CW's webpage.

Dockwise Yacht Transport: A Practical Choice for Cruisers - Cruising World
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