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Old 03-22-2005, 04:19 PM
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Default Reasonable Travel Lift for Sarasota Run

Does anyone know of a reasonably close and reasonably priced marina with travel lift service for the Sarasota Poker Run?
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Sarabay Marina and Travis boating center are right up the street from my house I know Travis has a travel lift and I think Sarabay does. They are about 4 miles up 41 from the Hayatt and close bye water also. I have know idea on price but the people at Sarabay seem nicer.
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Travis and Sara Bay only have a fork lift.I heard the POA was working on a crane at Tenth Street.If not the Yacht Center has a travel lift.It is very shallow water.Tides have to right to get in and out of there.If you have a large cat it might be wise to set up with one of the local crane companies.The racers use them every weekend down here for testing.I can get you contact numbers if you need.
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Travis and Sara Bay only have a fork lift.I heard the POA was working on a crane at Tenth Street.If not the Yacht Center has a travel lift.It is very shallow water.Tides have to right to get in and out of there.If you have a large cat it might be wise to set up with one of the local crane companies.The racers use them every weekend down here for testing.I can get you contact numbers if you need.
Thanks, the info is for a friend with a 42 Sonic without lifting rings. When he spoke to POA they didn't know if they will have straps to do boats without the lifting rings. They also want $9.00 per foot both ways. I don't think the Yacht Center has lift service on Sundays (but I could be misinformed).

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Sarabay Marina and Travis boating center are right up the street from my house I know Travis has a travel lift and I think Sarabay does. They are about 4 miles up 41 from the Hayatt and close bye water also. I have know idea on price but the people at Sarabay seem nicer.
Thanks, we will give them a call.
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Chuck, You going down for that run ?? Im thinking I might head down if the boat is dialed in and ready.
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SaraBay Marina. (941) 359-0390.
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Chuck, You going down for that run ?? Im thinking I might head down if the boat is dialed in and ready.
I'll be there but not with my boat. we are running Aaron's boat. C'mon down!!!! Whats up with yours? All dialed in?
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I'll be there but not with my boat. we are running Aaron's boat. C'mon down!!!! Whats up with yours? All dialed in?
Getting real close. If its done, Im down for the run
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The marina's listed before can't accomadate a 42 ft. boat. I need some more suggestions please. TTT
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