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Old 07-28-2008, 04:42 PM   #1
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We may be traveling to Shelburne VT area for a wedding and all routes are leading to the ferry. I went on there web site and can see that RV's are allowed but I was wondering if anyone has been on it and how it went loading and unloading and the height we are 11'6". I'm about 50' out with CR-V in the rear.
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We may be traveling to Shelburne VT area for a wedding and all routes are leading to the ferry. I went on there web site and can see that RV's are allowed but I was wondering if anyone has been on it and how it went loading and unloading and the height we are 11'6". I'm about 50' out with CR-V in the rear.
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Old 07-28-2008, 05:38 PM   #3
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Never been on that one but I was told if you see prices for Tour buses our MH's are good to go.I just took my first ferry ride at the age of 44 in Bremerton last week,my wife thinks I need medication , I was like a little kid.
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Hey Frankie,

Me and the family went on that in our 30' Class-C on our 1995 X-Country Trip. Sandy has a sister who lives out in Sequim Wa.!! Wow that trip was 13 years ago,*@#$ where does the time go !!!!
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You'll have no problem. We did it last year, our rig is about 54'. It's pretty neat and at the fuel prices will save you money as well as time.
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You will be fine. We just checked it out last week, but decided that it would not save me any time or fuel expense. It would have added about another hour to our trip.

If you need any service while in Shelburne, stop by Green Mountain Kenworth. It is the probably one of the best service facilities in the US. I blew a coolant hose last week and was towed to their facility. They jumped on it immediately and I was back on the road later that afternoon. They even called me the next day to make sure everything was OK.
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