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Dockwise Home After the Ha-Ha?

Is anyone interested in possibly having their boat shipped home on a Dockwise ship after the Baja Ha-Ha?

Tim Holl, one of the crew of the Catalina 34 Caitlin Marie, entry #168, contacted Dockwise Marine to see if they had any ships coming north from Mexico. Donna Blom, the Dockwise representative, responded that they had a ship leaving La Paz around December 10, and that it’s possible they could make a stop in Long Beach. However, it would be subject to a minimum number of yachts because they normally don’t stop there. We were unable to find out where they normally stop, although in the past it’s often been Ensenada or Vancouver. We have no idea what Dockwise would consider to be a minimum number of boats, or what the cost per boat might be but if you’re interested, contact Dockwise Yacht TransPort USA at (954) 525-8707.

In a related matter, we want to remind everyone of our recent report that Marina Seca, which used to truck about 80 boats back to the States a year from San Carlos, has gotten out of that business. To our knowledge, nobody else trucks boats north from Mexico.

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