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Old 09-24-2005, 11:43 AM
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This is my first free weekend in daytona, so im planning on finding whats around and hopefulyl finding a place to keep my 36 nortech for the next 3 months. I was able to get out of boston this semester so im in Daytona thru December, and it'll be nice to have my boat here too. If i cant get my norteh here, ill be foreced to bring my sea-doo and keep it in mini storage with my bike. So can anyone help me and direct me int he right direction for dry rack storage for a cat in this area?
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Old 09-24-2005, 12:03 PM
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You probably wont find any dry rack storage in the area that can accomodate a cat. Our county just isnt equipped for performance boats. I used to lease a hangar at the local airport but the prices just got silly. You may want to call John Pompei at Marine Performance... he is pretty close to the Port Orange ramp and has a nice facility. Also, PM your phone number to me.. there are not too many guys to run with around besides me, BruceK and Cuda. I have a Gladiator, BruceK has a big Fountain and Cude has a formula. BigCat used to have a nice Skater but he had a slight meltdown............
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Call John Pompi 386 322 4220
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Old 09-24-2005, 01:32 PM
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I couldn't get a spot for a Sunsation 32 Dominator in that area. The new Caribbean Jacks is a beautiful facility but can't rack store anything over 28 feet. Please post if you find a place. I bought a 2nd home there this year and it is a great boating area compared to the no wake zones everywhere in South Florida. I trailer the boat up there about once a month but would rather leave it there.
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Old 09-24-2005, 03:49 PM
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You probably wont find any dry rack storage in the area that can accomodate a cat. Our county just isnt equipped for performance boats. I used to lease a hangar at the local airport but the prices just got silly. You may want to call John Pompei at Marine Performance... he is pretty close to the Port Orange ramp and has a nice facility. Also, PM your phone number to me.. there are not too many guys to run with around besides me, BruceK and Cuda. I have a Gladiator, BruceK has a big Fountain and Cude has a formula. BigCat used to have a nice Skater but he had a slight meltdown............
Thanks for the responses. The 3 marinas i saw with dry rack coudlnt take it and had a long waiting list. 1 year at Caribean Jacks. Marine Performance is real close to me. I cant PM since im a basic member, but my email is [email protected]. Shoot me an email if anythings goin on in the area.
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I agree,
CALL John Pompi. He is "THE MAN" in High Performance in the Daytona area.
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