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Old 06-19-2012
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Re: South Shore Harbor Marine, New Orleans LA.

We are no longer there as we now live in Eden Isles near Slidell. Kept our boat there years ago, but were not too fond of the place. We are not too far away from you if you need assistance.
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Is the municipal harbor still unfinished? I would expect SSH to have at least some business because of this.
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Re: South Shore Harbor Marine, New Orleans LA.

The outer harbor hasn't been started on, the inner harbor is full. And there is a new marine that just opened up in Bucktown.

The problem with SSH is its a pretty far trip by boat from where most of the sailing activity is on the south side of the lake. Otherwise I always thought it was a very nice marine.
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