1993 Pacific Seacraft 34 Sailboat Transport

Cracker Boy Boat Works Inc.

The Pacific Seacraft 34 transport began at Cracker Boy Works Inc. in Fort Pierce, Florida. Cracker Boy Boat Works was established in 1976 with its first location in Riviera Beach. Later in 1978, a second facility opened in Fort Pierce on Taylor Creek. Since the opening, the company has been improved upon and expanded. You can read more in depth about their history here. The travel lift capability at the Riviera location is 150 tons and they can handle boats up to 110 feet and with drafts up to 20 feet. They also have a deep water hauling capacity at the location that attracts racing sailboats. At the Fort Pierce facility, their storage capacity is fifty spaces. Their travel lift capacity is 75 tons and they can haul boats up to 70 feet and with drafts up to 6 feet. Cracker Boy Boat Works have a ‘Do-It-Yourself’ option, but for work that needs extra help, they can connect their customers to local contractors. You can find their helpful and friendly staff at 1602 N 2nd St, Fort Pierce, FL 34950. They were a pleasure to work with!

Pensacola Shipyard Marina and Boatyard

The transport finished at Pensacola Shipyard Marina and Boatyard. They have a rich history since their opening over a hundred years ago in 1917. They quickly received a contract to build steel ships and vessels as the United States was entering into World War I allowing them to play a crucial role as a key manufacturer. After the war, they finished the constructions for their contracts and ceased operations until World War II when ships were again in high demand. During this time, they were also contracted to build liberty ships. While the shipyard no longer produces wartime vessels, they do meet the needs for industrial and recreational needs. They offer 52 wet slips with floating docks that can accommodate a variety of boats up to 70 feet long. Pensacola Marina is also considered to be a protected marina due to its surroundings. They are one mile from the mouth of the Bayou and have a 600 foot sea wall. They offer 24-hour access as well as having video surveillance and after-hours security to also help in protecting the boats. For service resources, they have a travel lift with a 220,000 pound capacity, a mobile crane, forklift boom and hydraulic jacks. They can be found at 700 Myrick St, Pensacola, FL 32505.

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