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Does anyone know a person who does good work with fiberglass in Rhode Island, ideally the Warwick area? I have been reading about fiberglass work, but I think at least for this season I'll pass on trying it myself.

Mostly, I need my keel faired, rudder checked and probably a hull repair that is beyond putty.

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Not specifically, but you might try calling Jeff at Rhode Island Mooring Services (RIMS), they've done a lot of engine, electrical and other work on my boat in the past and their quality has been excellent. RIMS is in Davisville near the port for car-ships and have their own marina.
 

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Why do you not want to learn to do it yourself? It is not all that hard to do properly, and in the long run often results in better work for less money.
 

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Why do you not want to learn to do it yourself? It is not all that hard to do properly, and in the long run often results in better work for less money.
Its not that I don't want to, its just that I have a pile of stuff to do before the yard starts moving boats around to launch them, and before my boat is launched. After the reading I have done, it does not seem like a quick or easy repair.
 
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