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Boat disposal #13880506 02/09/21 09:38 PM
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Hello. My dad passed last April and he has a boat that has been in an open air storage facility for at least the last 10 years. The boat is not any good but he just couldn't get rid of it. Does anybody know how we can dispose of the boat? It would have to be picked up on a trailer, the tired are no good either.
Thank you! I appreciate any input y'all have.
Lesley

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Sorry for the loss of your dad. Check on craigslist there are ads to pick up unwanted boats.
Welcome to the forum welcome

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Call cars for kids. They will come pick it up and you have a tax write off



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