Testimonials

Huntington Pilot House Transport

I just wanted to thank you for the great job you did transporting the pilot house of the famous tug, Huntington, from Jacksonville, FL, to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD in July, 2010. Nicky, it was a pleasure to deal with someone with such a positive and "can-do" attitude as you have. After talking to several other shippers, you were a breath of fresh air and made me feel confident in your ability to handle the job.

Those of us who value Huntington and her history and tried mightily to save the whole tugboat feel the remailing pilot house is priceless, but after meeting you, Howard, and watching you work to load her, you gave me complete confidence that she was in good hands. Thank you for the care you took loading and delivering her to St. Michaels.

It was a pleasure doing business with you. I will certainly recommend you if I run into anyone else wanting to ship a boat. Thanks again for an excellent job.

Hudson C. Haile, PU
Vice President
Wayforward Technologies, Inc.

Boat 1
Boat 1

34' SeaRay Sundancer Transport

Thank you Nicky and Howard for taking care of our 34' SeaRay Sundancer on our move from Connecticut to Wisconsin. We were amazed at how fast and easy you all made the whole ordeal. With just a few phone calls and a quick signature (and a check) you took care of the whole move in less than two weeks. We were surprised by the speed. Most of all, we really appreciate how you and Howard coordinated on both the pickup and the drop-off so I didn't have to be in either place! Thanks!

-- John C.

Bayliner 3270 Transport

They were a lifesaver after another company did not show up, just transported my Bayliner 3270 from Jacksonville to Sarasota and were more than professional Nicky and my driver we're the best highly recommended and would use them again in a heartbeat!

-- JJ JJ

"Old Girl"

Captain Jim, whose old River Boat we transport around the country to his starting point so that he, his wife, and family can cruise different locations each year, and have us return the ship to its home port when they are done. One year it was the Finger Lakes and the St Laurence and another it was the Mississippi. He finishes his trip with a lengthy letter of his adventures with the "Old Girl" as he calls her and includes our driver Howard Tobeck, who he requests each year in his praises....

It's always nice to know that each year you can count on someone you can trust to move that precious cargo and ask for them on a first name basis!

-- Captain Jim