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Bid on a haulout from Boothbay Harbor Shipyard

Posted by Tall Ships America on January 25, 2011

Boothbay Harbor Shipyard has two high-capacity marine railways for commercial vessels and private yachts up to 200 . Work has included U.S. Navy and other government contracts to repair Coast Guard ships, passenger boats and ferries.  Conveniently located and easily approached, the railways are available for launching or hauling vessels for storage or transportation.

The 700-ton railway accomodates vessels up to 200′.

The 150-ton railway accomodates vessels up to 90′.  

The winning bidder of this auction items receives a $2,500 credit towards a vessel haulout on either of our marine railways. 

For more information about our services, please visit our website at: www.boothbayharborshipyard.com  

To bid on a Tall Ships® Adventure excursion or voyage, CLICK HERE . Gifts range from a day trip to three-week voyages. To bid, select the desired trip and enter a bid amount or purchase the experience at full price.

The “Tall Ships® Adventure” auction will raise money for expansion of national sail training programs overseen by the American Sail Training Association (ASTA). Funds will also support ASTA’s popular TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE® series of events, which bring world-class traditional sailing vessels to ports across the country for public tours and trips.

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