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Marine Exchange?? where is it now??

I cruised up Rte 1 today looking for the Marine Exchange - a well known chandler with great service. Huh?? where did it go??

Admitedly, it's been a couple of years since I needed to visit. I tried their listed phone number, only to get a generic voice mail message.

Curious minds want to know...

Ron
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Ron,
I remember Marine Exchange fondly. Alas, they closed their doors several years ago. BUT, son of the owner, Kevin Montague, is in full swing with a new company, Northeast Rigging. Can't give you specifics on contact, but Google can. Kevin's done well by me and is popular at my club in Beverly, MA
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The Marine Exchange of Southern California is an eighty plus year old, non-profit organization dedicated to the development and efficient flow of maritime commerce throughout the region. Our records of ship arrivals and departures go back to 1923 in a string broken only by WW II. Since then, we have evolved into the Maritime Information Center for the Los Angeles - Long Beach Port Complex.
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