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Can anyone get me around $400??

i have a 32' x 12'

i don't care where it is...as long as i can get there by boat (no trailer)

i don't need electrical.

it can be on gravel, grass, concrete, or swampland as far as i'm concerned...just looking for cheap!

So far, the best i've found is $490ish which is pretty good, but trying to find cheaper

thanks all!!!

 

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QUOTE(muskey47 @ Sep 14 2009, 03:29 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Can anyone get me around $400??

i have a 32' x 12'

i don't care where it is...as long as i can get there by boat (no trailer)

i don't need electrical.

it can be on gravel, grass, concrete, or swampland as far as i'm concerned...just looking for cheap!

So far, the best i've found is $490ish which is pretty good, but trying to find cheaper

thanks all!!!



where did you find the $490 at?
 

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QUOTE(muskey47 @ Sep 14 2009, 10:35 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Sun Up Marina

I kept mine there one winter. Just an FYI - there is no security there, no gate - nothing. I didnt have any issues but thought you should know.
 

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Don't know how far you are willing to travel. I just booked mine this week at Rivers Bend in St. Clair. for my 24' x 8' I was quoted $590 for inside storage. Includes haul out, power wash, winterizing engine and launch in the spring. I know the outside storage rate was even less.
 

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QUOTE(Suck My Wake @ Sep 15 2009, 07:08 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I have started looking also. So far they are the cheapest at about $1.40/sq ft. Plus a 10% discount for paying up front I believe. Blue Lagoon is $1.75/sq ft I think.

Yes, we are a $1.75 per sq. ft and we also give a 10% discount if you pay up front. We are the lowest price in our area. We do have a fenced in yard and we will have security cameras installed before winter. The gate will be closed and you will have access via keypad. Traditionally, winter storage has always been cheaper by the salt River.
Also, keep in mind, depending on where you dock your boat, the extra fuel you will burn getting there, compared to how much you will save on the actual storage.
 
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