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Old 05-26-2021, 06:35 AM   #1
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Who would you call to have my mooring moved. I believe last fall during a high wind storm the block got dragged by my triton and I need to get it put back.
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Old 05-26-2021, 08:27 AM   #2
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John Baxter, D/B/A, JB Dive Services. 603-630-1968. He installs moorings; moves them; puts in chain & ball in Spring and removes in Fall; Also raises/lowers crank up docks/seasonal docks. Have been a customer of his for 8 years. Great guy.
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John installed our mooring several years back . Great job and great guy .
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Thanks for the reply, i was able to connect with jb,
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If the wind dragged it I would think that you could hook up and power it back with your boat.Barge is going to be pricey
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If the wind dragged it I would think that you could hook up and power it back with your boat.Barge is going to be pricey
Wouldn't it also be a question of effectiveness? I mean, isn't the mooring supposed to keep it from drifting?!

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