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Do-it-yourself yard in FLA. ?

I am looking for a do-it-yourself yard in Florida with reasonable prices, fiberglass repair services, travel lift, and allow you to liveaboard. We have a Island Trader 41 ketch. Could probably use an awlgrip paint job too. I''d like to be thin and good looking as well......

Is there such a place on the face of this planet????

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Paul, two of the most popular yards in the southern half of Florida - comparatively reasonable prices and with liveaboards and cruisers and common customers - are Glades, up the Caloosahatchee R. a bit from Ft. Myers, and Indiantown Marina (with a large storage and maintenance yard), up the Okeechobee Waterway from Ft. Pearce, almost to the Port Mayaca Lock (but before you reach the 48'' fixed RR bridge).

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Do-it-yourself yard in FLA. ?

Thanks Jack, I will look into them both. Probably a good place to hide out from a hurricane too, huh?

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