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Old 02-16-2011, 12:10 PM
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Default Any ideas on where to store a boat trailer in Cape Coral?

I finally made it down here and should splash the boat later this week. Where do you guys in the Cape store your trailers?


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I'd like to know what's up in that area also, we're looking to buy in Cape Coral in the next six to twelve months.
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Call Nortech. Or PM me and I'll clue you in.
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Are you storing just the trailer or the boat on the trailer?
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Just the trailer.
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tks guys,

Turns out that I can store it right down the street at Cape Harbour.
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Are you storing just the trailer or the boat on the trailer?
Maritime, I'm not sure if I'll sell my 353 and get something diff when we settle in or just bring it down with, it's on a lift full time now so I don't own a trailer, but getting one is no big deal.

Might just ship it down and not even buy one.

Any pros and cons, we're definintely looking at places with gulf access, what's best.
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Maritime, I'm not sure if I'll sell my 353 and get something diff when we settle in or just bring it down with, it's on a lift full time now so I don't own a trailer, but getting one is no big deal.

Might just ship it down and not even buy one.

Any pros and cons, we're definintely looking at places with gulf access, what's best.
I use to own a 311 formula when I lived in Minnesota and then a 382 formula down here is Fl. I found out it was just too hot to use the cabin so I sold it and went to an outboard cat. It was the best choice I ever made. The maintence on outboard is half what inboards are. Or the other choice would be a 32 to 35ft center counsle with outboards. Both great boats for down here.
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I use to own a 311 formula when I lived in Minnesota and then a 382 formula down here is Fl. I found out it was just too hot to use the cabin so I sold it and went to an outboard cat. It was the best choice I ever made. The maintence on outboard is half what inboards are. Or the other choice would be a 32 to 35ft center counsle with outboards. Both great boats for down here.
The heat doesn't bother us, remember we live/boat at LOTO where's there 100% humidity and you can fry an egg on the bow in mid August, but the salt water IO maintenance thing has me leaning towards the center console outboard route.
I'll really miss a powerboat though.
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