Since 1996 we
have been associated with many major manufacturers and
here in the USA....here is a sample of our references:
C&C Yachts of Fairport Harbor, Ohio...to their sailboat dealers
from Cape Cod, MA; Annapolis,MD; Racine, WI, Waulkegan, IL;
Seattle, WA, and St. Augustine, FL.
USA, from Marion, South Carolina to several of their premier dealers
including Great Hudson Sailing Center, W Haverstraw, NY and Cape
Yachts, E Harwichport, MA and their multiple locations in New England.
COBIA (C&C) of Panama City, FL to multiple dealers and trade shows.
MARINE formerly of Miami, FL, and now in Forest City, NC and their
dealer West Palm Beach Yacht Sales in FL.
USA, Lager Yacht Sales, Long Island, NY and Ft. Lauderdale FL
We can also
provide transport for the Classic wooden yacht as we have done to
Newport, RI with the restoration work on one of the Commadore's
yachts. for the Newport RI Classic Yacht Restoration from Palmer and
Johnson in Georgia.
Every year we
have our regular clients who send their boats either North or South
seasonally and whether they are avid fishermen, sailors, or cruisers,
we accomadate their schedules to the best of our ability....these
references are available upon request.
comes to mind whose story deserves mention as a loyal returning customer.
is our Captain Jim, whose old River Boat we transport around the
country to his starting point ...so that he and his wife and family
can cruise different locations each year, and have us return the ship
to its home port when they are done. One year it was the Finger
Lakes and the St Laurence and another it was the Mississippi. He
finishes his trip with a lengthy letter of his adventures with the
"Old Girl" as he calls her and includes our driver Howard
Tobeck, who he requests each year in his praises....
NICE TO KNOW THAT EACH YEAR YOU CAN
SOMEONE YOU CAN TRUST TO MOVE THAT
AND ASK FOR THEM ON A FIRST NAME BASIS!
shots are of Blueprint owned by Jay Hood an architect in North
Carolina...we carried the boat to the Races in Key West...and brought
her home 3 weeks later and Jay took these pictures of Henry Nelson
with his boat on our truck #15