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Old 05-14-2012   #1 (permalink)
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Marine Services

Thanks in advance for sharing any info about marine services and boat repairs in Cancun or Palya.
I am planning to bring my boat to the area.
Whoever gives me some useful info will be invited for a ride on the boat.
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Thanks in advance for sharing any info about marine services and boat repairs in Cancun or Palya.
I am planning to bring my boat to the area.
Whoever gives me some useful info will be invited for a ride on the boat.
hi,,,are you planning on leaving it in cancun? puerto aventuras has a nice marina...in playa you would have to anchor it off the beach...
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Thanks in advance for sharing any info about marine services and boat repairs in Cancun or Palya.
I am planning to bring my boat to the area.
Whoever gives me some useful info will be invited for a ride on the boat.

is she closer to a 12 ft dinghy or a 50 ft dancer?
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is she closer to a 12 ft dinghy or a 50 ft dancer?
It is a 13' dinghy (Johansen) on a 54 SeaRay.
Aren’t there any protected inlets (rivers or lagoons) south of the Playa?
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It is a 13' dinghy (Johansen) on a 54 SeaRay.
Aren’t there any protected inlets (rivers or lagoons) south of the Playa?
The only marina that I know south of playa that can accommodate you is Puerto Aventuras. Nice inlet with a large marina. U will be right at home there.

The captains in Puerto (especially the catamaran captains) will know more as to where you can moor.
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ok i dont know much about this but when we were at dolphin discovery they had alot of nice looking yachts docked all around with alot of fishing boats to so they must have some kind of marine service i would think.
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It is a 13' dinghy (Johansen) on a 54 SeaRay.
Aren’t there any protected inlets (rivers or lagoons) south of the Playa?

yes the only recommendation i can give you is puerto adventuras as well,,,,as far as any boat work needed,,,ill be down all winter in playa and i make a living looking after boats on a daily basis,,,in nova scotia...but if you need any help let me know
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