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August 13, 2015 at 5:00 pm #357Native-FloridianParticipant
At long last my Dickerson 36 is on my property. The move went smoothly. Matt's Marine Transport moved her from Fort Myers Beach to Green Cove Springs. Prior to this move I used flat bed trailers and cranes to load and transport my old boat. For anyone whose never seen a hydraulic trailer system is fantastic. Didn't need a crane to offload. It took about 30 minutes from the time Matt arrived to have my boat blocked and the stands positioned. Excellent moving service! Reasonable too. Sweetness, My boat, is now resting next to my shop. Once I get everything out of the boat I'll be replacing part of the deck and the entire cockpit. Then it will be on to repairing the interior. The most recent former owner removed the forward berths and replaced them with a pine framed double. I'll be returning that area to original configuration. If anyone has a forward berth Dickerson I would appreciate photos. Also if anyone knows where I can purchase parts for a Paragon SAO I would appreciate the information. I'll be posting pictures of Sweetness sitting in my yard in the next day or two.August 17, 2015 at 12:12 am #1200Fleet CaptainKeymaster
Great news on all fronts. I have limited exposure to Green Cove Springs, but all good experiences. A wonderful boat yard and lots of good help when needed (Jerry with fiberglass, and the bottom paint guy—-“Bottom Larry? or something). At any rate, I'll see if I can't generate some pictures for you. Do you have the drawings? Think we have the marketing brochure with an outline.
Crew RestAugust 17, 2015 at 2:30 am #1201Native-FloridianParticipant
Received a brochure from Barry. One of the line drawings is the exact hull layout as mine. Thanks. My boat is parked on my acreage in Green Cove Springs. My boat stands did come form the marina though. The owner was kind enough to let me buy a few used stands. I had a set lined up but at the last minute heard nothing back from the seller. They did respond a day after the boat was delivered. the project will probably take 6 months to a year to complete. I'll post pictures soon.
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