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I'm guessing about £400, but drop this chap a line for a quote:



If the boat's afloat, he'll need a slipway to get it out and return it to the water at the other end. If it's ashore he'll need a crane or boat lift.

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I had a 20ft cruiser moved from Sileby Mill to Aspley Huddersfield two years ago.

The mover was booked through Shiply, and the mover (Alan Pease of Goole)was first class.He used his own trailer and slipped the boat out and in and the cost was £275 plus £50 Shiply fee and £30 and £20 slippage fees.

Alan has now retired, but if you put all details into Shiply's website, you will get several quotes.

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If it's going in the water (rather than hardstanding) then you will need to get it to West Stockwith and use the slipway there. Wilf runs it and is usually very helpful. PM me if you need his details. 

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