[Rhodes22-list] Moving trailerless boat in VA
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Wed Dec 24 17:00:48 EST 2014
Hi Scott....I can do this for you in the new year. I own a R22 and
trailer which I use regularly to trail my boat to the various lakes around
my home in Asheville NC. This is about a 700 mile round trip for me and I
could do this for $650 which includes diesel for my truck and haul-out and
I have worked with Stan on various other R22 deliveries and I can also pack
the boat for travel and commission at destination.
Let me know if you are interested.
S/V Waif R22
On Dec 24, 2014 2:59 PM, "The Rhodes 22 Email List" <
rhodes22-list at rhodes22.org> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm new to the list. I've been lurking on the list since I bought my 22 in
> June (1985/2010) on Smith Mountain Lake in VA. I thought SML would be a
> good place to familiarize myself with the boat. No wind all summer; got in
> only four good days this year. So I want to move it to Deltaville on the
> Now I'm finding out that moving a sailboat is not as easy as I thought.
> Not any old trailer will do. I don't want to buy one, since I would have to
> buy a truck to go with it, and might never use the trailer again. I got a
> quote for $750 from what seems to be a reputable transporter, but his
> hydraulic trailer is too big for the ramp I want to use, local lifts are
> closed, blah blah. It all seems like brain surgery when there is a
> perfectly good ramp for a Rhodes trailer about 100 feet from my slip.
> Is there anyone in Virginia with an empty trailer and a truck who wants to
> make some money? Or does anyone have another idea?
> Have a merry.
> Tomato Sloop
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