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Boat yards around Miami

Can anyone recommend a boat yard that does bottom paint work in the area around Miami?

Preferably a place that does good work (I'd like to get it done right the first time) - price is secondary.
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Not sure if Hurricane Cove Marina on Miami River does that or if it's just a DYI yard, but there are a couple of yards around there that might be able as well.

I know that Playboy Marina up in Dania had haulout rates that were about half of what they charge down in Miami. And they do bottoms there.

Hope this helps,
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thanks, will try both!

from the website Playboy Marine looks like a DIY yard though - no mention of any services. interesting name
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Playboy iis a haul only marina you can DIY or there are crews that work there full time. I use them and had Danny of Southern Seas do the work.

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