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Old 01-26-2008, 08:29 AM
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I am looking for a steep deep ramp near toms river nj to launch my 28 cig. It is on a very high eagle trailer. I had it in 1 time last year on the pine beach ramp and it was not good. I got the boat off the trailer but to get it back on I had to wait untill high tide and still only got it 85% on the trailer. I live directly accross the river so it was no big deal waiting. I am working on the restoration and plan on leaving the boat on the trailer and launching it when I want to use it. I just dont want to drive 10 miles away.

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Any sugestions?

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Yo Chris, not familiar with ramps up by you but if you plan on doing this fairly regularly, I'd prolly be looking for different trailer or possibilities of modifying that one, lowering it, and make your life a helluva lot easier.

If this was just in for the season and out in the fall, I was going to suggest my guy to travel lift it. He does for me cheap and would do me a favor, but you're not a one or two shot deal ... you are looking for something regularly ... plus I'm @10 miles away.

Anyway, maybe someone will suggest something steep and deep. Otherwise my travel lift guy is available in a pinch and you can even leave boat at my place ... anytime!
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Pine Beach Municipal Boat ramp....
Ocean Gate Yacht Basin....
Good Luck Point Marina....

All the above are listed as concrete ramps with adequate water depth at low tide.
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make yourself an aluminum trailer with 13" wheels for the ramp.
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you live across the street it doesn't have to be pretty.
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i've launched my 29 scarab, 30 spectre, and 353 fastec all at the Beachwood Ramp...end of Toms River on left hand side just before you enter the no wake zone
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We have a steep ramp over here at Coty Marine on Fischer Blvd. If thats not to far.
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Count out the ramps at Gilford Park Yacht Club and the one in Island Heights by Marty's Marine Repair.
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I use the Beachwood ramp, I have seen some big boats come out of there.


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No doudt. Have to agree with Bern and Hauling Trash. The Beachwood Municipal Boat Ramp should work very well for what you need to do. Of course be sure to watch the tide charts when you go to launch. The water levels in Barnaget Bay have been very low at times this year do to the occasional west winds that we see in our area.
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I used Beachwood last year a few times with no problems,
however I think you need a permit. I don't know if they
enforce in winter, but in summer they have an officer
patrol pretty regular. ( no permit for me ....connections.)
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