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Old 05-17-2012, 09:56 PM  
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City: Cary, NC
Country: USA
Vessel Name: Skinny Dippin'
Vessel Model: Navigator 4200 Classic
Join Date: Jul 2009
Posts: 5,410

I think NC is your best bet. It's halfway and no need to winterize. I will look around for long-term storage for you as I know the yards, but don't know what the deal is keeping it up for a season. Duck Creek, Deaton Yachts, Jarret Bay, Bach Marine, Wayfarrer's Cove, or any number of places.

I also have a cousin that might rent you a spot on his dock so you can keep it in the water and come use it if you like. It will be WAYYYYY cheaper than a marina or yard. I'll be watching his house over the summer while he is in Seattle. He has a dock with 30A power on Broad Creek in Oriental, NC. Bess and I will be stopping by regularly over the summer. We'd be glad to keep the batteries topped up, air out the cabin, and fire up the main(s) every few weeks for you.

I'll shoot him an email.


P.S. - You should re list it with a broker I know here in New Bern. It WILL get sold. Period.
2000 Navigator 4200 Classic
(NOT a trawler)
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