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Came in this morning and the wind was heavy. Two dockhands were standing on the fuel dock. The wind blew me into the corner for a rough dockage. The young lady, Kaitlyn, worked very hard to help me in. Yet, the blonde young man who was also there stood and watched as we struggled. When he then took another boat Kaitlyn was left to assist them off and straighten up the dock lines, all the while continuing to help me as well. A big thanks to her for all her help though the work seemed unevenly distributed. Thanks.

Marina Response:
Thanks for leaving your thoughts. Training our dockhand is most definitely an ongoing process and some have been with us longer than others. While I wasn't present to witness your docking, I have always made it clear to our staff that they are not human fenders and should never put themselves in between disaster and a heavy moving object. Paint can be fixed more easily than broken bones! Enjoy your summer on the water. Graham Norbury General Manager
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