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Earl K
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All dry storage 5 levels high boats up to 40 ft. 220 capacity.Building rated at 140 mph.(hurricane)But no elevators :D And all brand new :)Funny you said something about those tupperware boats-You really cant store those on trailers in the Fl. heat-The bunks on the trailer slowly sink into the boat-leaving a real wavy bottom :lol:
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Charlie MV
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Sounds like a great gig for a boat lover. We decided on an old boat partially because of a few stories I'd read on Chris's Eggs and Hatt's breaking loose in hurricanes and destroying boatyards. I saw an un believable picture of a Hatt that literally bashed a seawall and sidewalk to pieces while surviving the storm with scratches. I figured that kind of boat was for me. coastal boaters who claim to have never run aground in my experience are either liars or don't boat much. :)

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Earl K
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Yeah,Im ready.Those older boats are built like tanks.I have been in the industry for 15 years.Some boats are actually 1 1/2-2 inches thick.Now your lucky to see a quarter inch.We had 2 hurricanes in 04 and had a lot of damage.Many stories i could tell,37 sea ray back flip over dock-sunk-Boat comes up with surge-pyling pierces boat in center when it comes down.Now how do you get that out?We had 17 boats sink that year.Im glad thats over the current marina Im at was to become condos but not in this market.Take care
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I think I could afford a Tupperware boat! (pause) Nope. Considering the price of Tupperware these days, and that I'd probably have to buy a whole set of useless stuff to get the one thing I want... Never mind.
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