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Little Falmouth Yacht Yard

Flushing, Falmouth

Cornwall, TR11 5TJ

Hauling Pricing

Hauling
  • Service: 
    Haul into Yard
    Price: 
    £17.50 + VAT per metre
    Description: 
    Haul ashore, place in yard, on trailer or cradle. Shore as appropriate.
  • Service: 
    Haul into Workshops
    Price: 
    £25 + VAT per metre
    Description: 
    Haul ashore, place in workshop, on trailer or cradle. Shore as appropriate.
  • Service: 
    Haul onto Slipway

    Price: 
    £30 + VAT per metre
    Description: 
    Haul ashore on slipway and in cradle. Shore as appropriate.
  • Service: 
    Collection from Falmouth Harbour mooring
    Price: 
    £39 + VAT
  • Description: 
    Note. Additional charges may apply for cradle assembly. Please allow us time for preparation. Minimum charge length is 6.2m.
Short Term Lifts
  • Service: 
    SURVEY LIFT
    Price: 
    £17.50 + VAT per metre
    Description: 
    Haul ashore, pressure wash, remain in slings for inspection and relaunch on completion. (Additional charge of £19.50 + VAT if blocked for cleaning under the slings.)
  • Service: 
    SURVEY LIFT - TWO DAY
    Price: 
    £35 + VAT per metre
    Description: 
    Haul ashore, pressure wash and scrub of water line, block off for inspection and relaunch on completion. Two day duration. (Additional charge of £19.50 + VAT if blocked for cleaning under the slings.)

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