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Old 07-22-2007, 10:26 AM
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Default Swampy busted - best shop in Pompano?

One motor broke and I simply dont trust either one any more - looking to repower with bigger horsepower and better transmissions. Problem is boat is 42 footer - can't trailer. Can anyone recommend a fair, straight shooting marina around Pompano Beach FL where I wont get screwed?

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who is Steve - what shop? Thanks BTW
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why can't you trailer a 42' boat?
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why can't you trailer a 42' boat?
I think he just doesn't have a truck/trailer to do it so he's looking for a haul-out?

I have no idea what the story is on this place, but there's a yard at the far west end of the canal where the 14st boat ramp is (Alsdorf Park). There looks to be a boat dealer or two that front US1, but this place is a block east of US1 on the north corner. I think they have a travel lift; I've seen some big sportfishers on jacks, and it seems they have plenty of room. But like I said, I have no idea if they're open to hauling you out, pulling the motors/trans, and letting you stay awhile.
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Call DollerOffshore Marine @ 954.237.0332 ask for Mac our GM and we will be glade to help you with your needs. We do full custom rigging and repowering. We also have trailers for boats to 48 feet
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Call DollerOffshore Marine @ 954.237.0332 ask for Mac our GM and we will be glade to help you with your needs. We do full custom rigging and repowering. We also have trailers for boats to 48 feet
Tell Mindi you saw the suggestion on OSO. She'll take good care of you.
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Legacy Custom Marine, Pompano Beach, FL....954-785-0299,
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Legacy Custom Marine, Pompano Beach, FL....954-785-0299,
oh thats rite. Thats the place you were telling me about. Call you tommorow about another thing. Have a great nite.
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why can't you trailer a 42' boat?
It's a 42' Harley with like a 11' or 13' beam, weighs a gazillion lbs. Not exactly a 42' Fountain or the like...
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