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Old 10-11-2002, 09:29 AM
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We're looking for a place in Daytona to keep the boat for the winter? Anybody know of a good reputable place to store our 38?

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Surely somebody knows a high performance shop / storage here?

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I dont know of one, but I am looking at building one for boats/cars/RV's that is indoors and possibly climate/humidity contoled. So.... If any of you store your boats/toys inside please drop me a line or post so I can get an idea of the pricing per foot I could get away with. This is just an idea that I am bouncing around in my head, but I do believe it is a feasable one... Your thoughts? I am NOT looking to build a "you store it" type of place.
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Call Marine Performance @ 386-760-6464 and ask them.
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John Pompi or John Cosker at Marine Performance can help you out there
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3:12 A M .... huummm...
you should of called around this time.... I woke around 3 ... worked a little ,,
heard some boats heading out around 6:30... got depressed....
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Marine Performance @ 386-760-6464 is the only place. I store my 42 in a friends lot. There is nowhere to store a boat that size in Daytona. Halifax Harbour said they could but when I was ready to sign the papers they did an about face. 35 or smaller rules in Daytona. I had to bring mine down to American Offshore in Dania, Fl, (Lauderdale area) for about a month. They did a great job. And its a real fun place to go boating.
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