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Guys, my hats off to you. As much as love staying aboard on weekends it's just no fun when the nighttime temps dip into the 20's
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D, try Haverstraw Marina, its not NJ, I winter dry store my boat there in winter, 45 minutes from Carries house. Its a large marina. Have Chille call me at work tomorrow I can get you a phone #. Red
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Thanks everyone for the help being new to this I will be asking many questions I'm sure. I also heard of a place in PA on the Delaware across from Trenton its called d&s marina has anyone heard of that? Red thanks for the info I just talked to chille and she said she would get it for me. Thanks Daryl
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