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Boat yard recommendations 17 Nov 2016 23:16 #1

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We just discovered a leaking fuel tank on a 1987 3270 bayliner. So I think it is time to head to the boatyard. We were planning on having some more involved maintenance projects done on the engines this fall anyway so it looks like pulling the engines, having their work done and replacing the fuel tanks is going to be on the docket. We are in the Anacortes WA area and wondering if anyone has recommendations for a boat yard close by. Thanks!

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Boat yard recommendations 18 Nov 2016 03:06 #2

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Pacific Marine Center has been highly recommended to me by friends. Marine Service Center is an option as well. I have had most my work done at North Harbor Diesel and have been happy with their work.

You might ask all three for an estimate.

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Boat yard recommendations 22 Nov 2016 19:28 #3

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The past couple of years I have been using Anacortes Marine Group, and have been pleased with their service.

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Boat yard recommendations 23 Nov 2016 09:35 #4

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Go see Doug Lombard at Marineservicenter. He's a good guy and they have a myriad of experts in all aspects of repair. Big place, family owned. Tell Doug Jeff (Mike's brother) sent you.

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Boat yard recommendations 27 Nov 2016 16:47 #5

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+1 on Pacific Marine Center. Good guys. They have a huge indoor facility. Ask for Ron. He's an old Bayliner guy and knows a lot about our boats.

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Boat yard recommendations 27 Nov 2016 17:35 #6

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