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Diver in Buzzards Bay for bottom cleaning?

Looking for a bottom cleaner in Buzzards Bay, specifically Red Brook Harbor. Does anyone know of a local diver?
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Re: Diver in Buzzards Bay for bottom cleaning?

Since you've no replies from those there i'd suggest you contact BoatUS or Seatow. They must have divers on call.

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Fastbottoms will probably be along soon.
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Re: Diver in Buzzards Bay for bottom cleaning?

Did you contact Kingman marina in Red Brook?

If you sail west to Cuttyhunk, they have a diver's phone number posted on the dinghy dock. I've never used them, but took note that it might be a good mid-season cleaning stop.

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I just realized I took a pic of the sign at Cutty

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Re: Diver in Buzzards Bay for bottom cleaning?

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Did you contact Kingman marina in Red Brook?
If Kingman doesn't connect you, try Parkers. Was at both yards this morning and things were relatively slow. This is the magic window; after the Summer season but before the crazy race to haul everything out for the Winter. Should be able to get an answer from at least one of them. If the diver needs to launch from either marina, they may require booking the work through them (Kingman/Parker's).

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P.S. - if you find a diver, can you post back? I'll be looking for one in the area sooner than later.
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Re: Diver in Buzzards Bay for bottom cleaning?

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Looking for a bottom cleaner in Buzzards Bay, specifically Red Brook Harbor. Does anyone know of a local diver?
PM me. I admin a Facebook group where hull cleaners and boat owners can find each other. Hundreds of divers there. I'll send you a link.
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