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Old 08-22-2006, 10:56 PM
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Anyone needs trailer storage....
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The best time of year to boat in Florida! Yeah, I have 2 trailers to store now, thank goodness for Mystic Powerboats storage facility!
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Are you sure of the location? Grove Harbour is in Coconut Grove (as in Miami) near the Miami River.
http://groveharbourmarina.com/
they have two locations. One in Cconut Grove and one in Lauderdale
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Every year I try and convince Father to haul the pache down for the three months he is down there. But he ends up bringing his Colbalt.

This year he is bringing his new 07 32 footer he just got. Love this thing!
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Old 08-23-2006, 08:26 AM
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Hope to be towing the boat up next spring for 3 week vacation as well as going back to Miami Boat Show. Very worried though to be running in salt water.
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I am for sure, leaving it a TNT mid october
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Old 08-23-2006, 10:19 AM
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We are thinking about storage for boats on trailers again this year in the back yard of our showroom. It is fenced in & safe.
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I'll have the 400 down there to use by November. Not sure where to keep it yet, but somewhere around Lauderdale.
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We are thinking about storage for boats on trailers again this year in the back yard of our Showroom. It is fenced in & safe.
We will also offer detailing, wet sanding and buffing.
We will bring your boat to the ramp in Ft. Lauderdale, bring the trailer back, wash it and store it. We will pick the boat back up and return it to the Showroom, flush it, wash it, and put it to sleep until you return to Florida for your next vacation. Oil changes, and minor servicing will be available too.
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