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j24number16

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Does anyone have recommendations for quality repair for a 1979 J 24 in Rhode island?
thanks,
Mary
Hi Mary,

There are plenty of sources here in Rhode Island. Depends on what type of work and what your budget is. Can even help you with some do it yourself tasks if needed. Let me know.

Dean
 

J24 Mary

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Hi Mary,

There are plenty of sources here in Rhode Island. Depends on what type of work and what your budget is. Can even help you with some do it yourself tasks if needed. Let me know.

Dean
Thanks, Dean,
I'm big on DIY. The insurance company totaled her so I need to get repairs signed off to get insured again (picture attached.) I was in touch with Waterline today. Would love some other names around RI.
thanks,
Mary250.JPG
 
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j24number16

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Waterline would be my top choice. Since you bring up insurance companies. Waterline is the builder and they would be the best option for getting the work done and though the insurance process.
 

j24number16

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Let me know where you sail from. Maybe we can meet up this summer. I'm sailing out of West Bay Yacht Club in East Greenwich. Where located at Norton's Shipyard.

Dean
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J24 Mary

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Let me know where you sail from. Maybe we can meet up this summer. I'm sailing out of West Bay Yacht Club in East Greenwich. Where located at Norton's Shipyard.

Dean
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thanks, Dean.
Love to meet other J24 folks. I'd like to crew a bit and learn racing. I am in Plum Beach. I am going with International Marine in Bristol for repars. Waterline was not very responsive.
 

j24number16

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Find me on facebook. I'll keep you posted on what we are doing this summer. Maybe you can join us for a weekend race out in your direction.

Dean Travis
 

Geo. Cushing

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Is that the result of blisters? Or are you referring to the minor damage at the bow? Unless there's a lot of core damage that doesn't look that bad. Not even sure that there's any core in that area. It's probably the strongest part of the boat.
 
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