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    Default pick up and drop off in Valdez!

    I was wondering if anyone know's about a pick up and drop off service??

    I have a 18' boat and will be spending 5 days in Valdez. I will have four adults and would rather pay a little $$ to get gear droped off. It would be better than making two or three trips.

    Im thinking of heading out mabey 15-20 miles to camp on a beach so they can get the Alaskan experiance.

    Thanks for any help!
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    Pangea kayak tours offers a water taxi service to drop of kayakers. You might get them to drop off some gear for you. I have never used them, but have seen the service on their website.

    http://www.alaskasummer.com/pages/watertaxi.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorboatn View Post
    I was wondering if anyone know's about a pick up and drop off service??

    I have a 18' boat and will be spending 5 days in Valdez. I will have four adults and would rather pay a little $$ to get gear droped off. It would be better than making two or three trips.

    Im thinking of heading out mabey 15-20 miles to camp on a beach so they can get the Alaskan experiance.

    Thanks for any help!
    The going rate out of Whittier right now is pushing $10/nautical mile. It would probably be cheaper for you to make a couple of trips.
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    Default If i had a 70-90

    If I had a 70-90 horse outboard it wouldn't be as big a deal. But with my 50 it make hauling slow slow going!

    Thanks for the info!
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