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  • Daveinthebush
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    Originally posted by alaskariverguy View Post

    Do you know what size boat he had barged up?

    Thanks
    I have only seen it once on the water. It looked like 28-30'.

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  • alaskariverguy
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    Originally posted by Daveinthebush View Post
    Canada won't let you trailer it up. Someone in town tried and was denied. Cost him $7K to barge it up.
    Do you know what size boat he had barged up?

    Thanks

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  • Daveinthebush
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    Canada won't let you trailer it up. Someone in town tried and was denied. Cost him $7K to barge it up.

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  • jrogers
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    Depends on how you feel about the gulf crossing, and the weather. What I did was run my boat up the inside passage from Washington to Juneau, and then put it on the trailer and shipped it on the ferry from Juneau to Whittier. There are companies in Bellingham that will hold your trailer, and use their wrecker to load it on the ferry when the time is right. You have to schedule things, and it may be different with the limited ferry schedule these days, but it was a great trip.

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  • alaskariverguy
    started a topic Getting boat from Seattle to seward

    Getting boat from Seattle to seward

    We are looking at purchasing a boat in the Seattle area and then getting it to Alaska. Looking at 34-38 ft Bayliner. Asking for recommendations on either shipping it, trailering it or sailing it to Seward. Thanks!

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