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 Posted: Fri Sep 21st, 2018 01:05 am
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barniclebobca@yahoo.ca
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I haven't been to the dry storage work yard since just after the hurricane a few years back and wonder if Jesus is still running the yard there ?? I need to get a bit of work done (paint, raise the mast, etc etc ) and wonder if my money would go further using Marina Riel ?? The boats on a trailer but will need to come off I suppose and need to be launched .May take a slip for a month in town then off to Marina Riel for some piece and quiet .Any advice  for this old dog ?? 

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I am not sure who is running the workyard now, but I just had my bottom paint done there (33' sailboat) and they did a great job!! Have them email you an estimate first - you may save a little money.


Saludos!

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Call and talk with Isabel, she's in charge of the marina and marina seca at Marina Real. Getting boat off trailer, on stands, moving and unloading and launching. Miguel is her second in command at the dry dock who provides the actual labor. Raul is a gent that will clean and sand and paint the bottom. You furnish paint and tape and sandpaper and little rollers, depending condition of your hull. Hope this helps and is only a guideline?? Ron

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thanks for that.I stayed there a few years ago on a Catalina 25 and got to know Isabel.Nice lady and yes the yard was much cheaper than Kiki,s place that's for sure.Should be there  mid October with Windseeker in tow.See you all then,Barniclebob

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