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Share MAST hauling cost$ - Chicago to Green Turtle Bay Marina, KY

Heading down the Rivers and Tenn/Tom waterway this year?
We'll most likely be leaving Lake Michigan mid September 2012. We've found a hauler to take our mast from a Chicago marina to the Green Turtle Bay Marina in Grand River, Kentucky. After that point, heading south, we can have our mast stepped.

Anyone interested let me know, sharing can save a lot of cost. Our mast is just under 50', so a similar size would be best. Dates are approximate for now, so let me know what you're thinking.
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Interested in sharing MAST hauling cost$ - Chicago to Green Turtle Bay Marina, KY

Hi - We're taking PDQ 36 cat south from Lake Michigan to Green Turtle Bay, KY in September as well. We plan to be in Michigan City - Hammond - Chicago area by September 9.
We would be interested in exploring costs of shipping our mast rather than keeping it on board as we float down.

Let me know how we can discuss this.

Chris Peck
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