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Winter is coming! Lynn yacht club preps for new season

Lynn Yacht Club

Only three boats remain in the water at Lynn Yacht Club.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Lynn Yacht Club

Paul Tempesta of Revere, right, gives Tom Fitzgerald of Lynn a hand taking the last of his supplies from the dock where his boat had been moored at Lynn Yacht Club.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Lynn Yacht Club

Paul Tempesta of Revere speaks about what goes into preparing boats for winter as he stands among them at Lynn Yacht Club.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Lynn Yacht Club

Tom Fitzgerald of Lynn walks down the dock at Lynn Yacht Club as he goes to collect a hose and electrical wire that he left behind when his boat was taken out of the water on Monday.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Lynn Yacht Club

Michelle Petruzziello of Malden walks a ladder up to her boat as she prepares it for the winter at Lynn Yacht Club on Tuesday, Oct. 24.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Lynn Yacht Club

Paul Tempesta of Revere, left, and Tom Fitgerald of Lynn walk down the dock at Lynn Yacht Club as they carry the last of Fitzgerald's supplies that he had in storage.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

More than 80 boats have been pulled from the water at Lynn Yacht Club since Sept. 15 with only three remaining as of Tuesday. Starting Saturday, the club will remove  the floating dock from the water in preparation for winter. Boats will start to go back in the water in April, but the bulk of them will make a splash in May.

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