2 Weeks and Counting...

Discussion in 'Great Lakes' started by yobub, Mar 22, 2019.

  1. yobub

    yobub Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor GOLD Sponsor

    196
    Jul 29, 2016
    Chicago
    1998 400 Sundancer
    Cat 3116's
    Well, the north harbor finally thawed last week and they got the docks in this week.

    The fairway in our south harbor is open but there is still ice in the slips.

    I was up at the storage warehouse today putting in the last anodes and one 400 Dancer is already gone. They moved the boat in front of ours out of the way, so hopefully we are headed out for the bottom work.

    Heading in the right direction! 20190322_152815.jpg 20190322_153040.jpg
     
  2. midexp

    midexp Active Member

    222
    Oct 5, 2016
    Harrison Township, Michigan Lake St.Clair
    1999 40' Sundancer
    454 merc
    Looks like a nice marina.

    Heading out for the bottom work? So they move you out of inside heated to paint the bottom? Do they charge for that (the move and re-block up).

    Also, I see there's no pole between the docks. Isn't it a bit worrisome to dock in the wind with a boat already in the well you're sharing?
     
  3. yobub

    yobub Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor GOLD Sponsor

    196
    Jul 29, 2016
    Chicago
    1998 400 Sundancer
    Cat 3116's
    I'm really not sure what they do. I'm in an offsite warehouse, so I think they move the boat to the main service facility (in the picture). They were supposed to do the work in the fall, but dropped the ball.
     
  4. boatman37

    boatman37 Well-Known Member

    Jun 6, 2015
    pittsburgh
    2006 Crownline 250CR. 5.7 Merc BIII
    Previous: 1986 Sea Ray 250 Sundancer. 260 Merc Alpha 1 Gen 1
    5.7 Merc BIII
    ours are the same. no poles between the boats. just have to be careful and have the wife ready with the push stick if i get too close but if i am off its usually to the dock side
     

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