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11-18-2012 10:47 PM
wolfenzee
Re: Are these reasonable Haul out fees?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Brewgyver View Post
Wolfenzee, you might get a better response starting a new thread with the question, preferably with the locale in the title. I think most readers won't read through a 3 year old thread on this topic.
Actually I found out there are some "back water" haul outs down where the boat was built, San Louis Obisbo and that .
11-18-2012 07:30 PM
Brewgyver
Re: Are these reasonable Haul out fees?

Wolfenzee, you might get a better response starting a new thread with the question, preferably with the locale in the title. I think most readers won't read through a 3 year old thread on this topic.
11-18-2012 04:35 PM
wolfenzee
Re: Are these reasonable Haul out fees?

And I thought I was upset when the yard here raised their rate to 55cents/ft/day. 30' boat in and out+wash down, blocking, environmental fee, tarp and tax comes to about $280+$17/day and you can work on your own boat.....no wonder we get boats up from California (and down from Alaska) to haul out. the 330ton lift is more expensive though.
I might have to truck my boat down to Calif and am looking for the least expensive haul out to put it in the water.
07-26-2009 10:10 PM
airdog07 I live in orange county there is a rainbow wast transfer station , they take hazardous waste for free at the yard (paint, tv, etc...)
07-25-2009 09:35 AM
Critical
Haul/Launch in Florida

I just completed painting my bottom at Green Cove Springs Marina (they do not have a website, but Google has their info).

I paid $315 for a Hunter 37 to haul/launch, pressure clean, block, move stands, and 5 nights liveaboard in the yard.

They have no charge for using outside supplies, and will in fact sell you supplies well below retail. This was my first haul and bottom job and everyone there was friendly and helpful.

I traveled a full day each way to use this yard, other people travel much farther.

I can attach a rate sheet if people are interested, or contact them directly.
07-21-2009 12:19 PM
doubleeboy Dangerdrew,

I don't know if you have come to a decision on insurance yet. When we got our boat 39' the best rate we could find was thru Nationwide's affiliate for yachts, Allied. They beat everyone else by hundreds, they never asked for my survey. Might be worth checking out.

michael
07-21-2009 10:58 AM
lancelot9898 I just paid $10 a foot for the haul out and block at a DIY yard on the Cheaspeake. Great folks! It's located at Kent Narrows and the yard is Harrisons. 410-827-7800
07-20-2009 11:12 PM
scottyt
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Originally Posted by pdqaltair View Post
Where?
this is a cut and paste from their craigslist add

Boats hauled out and blocked $8.50 per foot.

Includes pressure washing, stands and blocking and FREE 7 day land storage and launch.

Discount bottom painting or do it yourself yard. Best prices on Bottom paint.

Located at the entrance to the Patapsco River - Close to North Point, Magothy, Bodkin and Rock Creek.

Sailboat boat and Powerboat Service yard - 410-477-1488


i did a google search on the number and it was

Old Bay Marina, Inc.
7200 Bay Front Rd
Baltimore, MD 21219
Tel: 410-477-1488
07-20-2009 10:46 PM
pdqaltair
Good Price - Name names!

Quote:
Originally Posted by scottyt View Post
there is a yard near me right now offer 8.50 a foot for haul, power wash, blocking, 7 days on the stands and the relaunch.

so for my 27 footer it would be 230 or so for a week on the hard all inclusive
Where?
07-20-2009 10:26 PM
scottyt there is a yard near me right now offer 8.50 a foot for haul, power wash, blocking, 7 days on the stands and the relaunch.

so for my 27 footer it would be 230 or so for a week on the hard all inclusive
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