Storage Options at Dry Harbour Marine
Dry Harbour Marine is proud to offer both heated and cold indoor boat storage facilities to best meet your needs. We are capable of moving up to a 58-foot boat or 60,000 pounds, with or without a trailer. We can also help you store a boat as small as a dingy or even a jet ski. In addition, we can pick up your boat or meet you at the boat launch. With eight storage facilities, four of which are heated storage facilities, we are confident that we can offer you a safe, reliable option for storing your boat.
Integrated Service and Storage Team at Dry Harbour Marine
Our service department performs a thorough checklist of all major units to determine what service work needs to be performed during the winter, alleviating hassles during Spring launch. We are efficient in performing any service and maintenance work during the winter storage months, ensuring that your boat is ready as soon as warmer weather arrives. Our boat storage program offers peace of mind, knowing that your investment has been properly winterized and handled with care.
Interested in learning more about storing your boat at Dry Harbour Marine? Give us a call or request a quote today!
INSIDE HEATED STORAGE: $7.50 per square foot
INSIDE COLD STORAGE: $5.25 per square foot
TRAILER FEES: Calculated by length of boat
Measurements: Length Overall x Beam. Swim platform and/or trailer dimensions, if applicable, are added to LOA.
Winter storage season: September 1st through May 1st. If boat is not removed by July 1st, the owner will be charged for summer storage starting July 1st. If owner would like the boat removed from storage prior to May 1st, it and any necessary adjacent boats will be moved at the owner’s expense.
Separate labor charges are made for services such as moving boat from slip to haul-out, haul-out operator, washing bottom, winterizing, moving, commissioning, delivering to slip, and removing equipment such as radar & Bimini tops to accommodate movement to/from storage. We reserve the right to charge additionally for unusual, difficult, or poorly maintained boats.
Fuel: We recommend that you keep a minimum of half full tank of fuel during winter storage. This procedure, along with the addition of fuel stabilizer, will drastically reduce the gathering of damaging condensations in your fuel system during your storage period.