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Hopping aboard from Gloucester, MA -- Been sailing for a few years now, each year getting more time on the water.. This year I'll be working on and sailing a '68 Pearson P22(SeaMunkey Hull #03), restoring some life to an old '9 Dyer Dhow and getting on the water on some friends/community boats in RI and Boston.

Looking forward to learning from and contributing to the forum as best I can, and would love to meet/hear from any local sailors or folks with similar boats.

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I'm a fellow p-22 owner in Beverly. Hull #11
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I'm a fellow p-22 owner in Beverly. Hull #11
In the water yet this year? any advice for hauling it out/in?

I'm trying to move Seamunkey from Providence to Gloucester, although the sail up would be ideal -- the haul is more likely this year.

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No, I think it will be another year, considering how much work needs to be done.
Shop around for the yard that will haul out for you. I had to haul out our P-22 down in CT, and had a very wide range of quotes, some I think were just throwing out high prices.
Up here, Crocker's in Manchester is a good yard. They seem to have reasonable prices for haul out/launching.
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No, I think it will be another year, considering how much work needs to be done.
Shop around for the yard that will haul out for you. I had to haul out our P-22 down in CT, and had a very wide range of quotes, some I think were just throwing out high prices.
Up here, Crocker's in Manchester is a good yard. They seem to have reasonable prices for haul out/launching.
Thanks NWS. Money towards a custom trailer may be better spent than paying for the haul...
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That's how I justified the cost!
The guy who made our trailer had to make a trip to measure the hull of our P-22, but he should still have it on file. I will look up his contact info if you want.
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That's how I justified the cost!
The guy who made our trailer had to make a trip to measure the hull of our P-22, but he should still have it on file. I will look up his contact info if you want.
That'd be great -- or if you wanted to borrow my stands to do work on yours, I'd consider renting your trailer for a day
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I would love to help you out, and I do have stands, only problem is how to get my boat off the trailer and onto stands, and then back on the trailer. Maybe someone on here has ideas about how to do that?
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