Seasonal Storage

Choosing where and how to store your boat is very important. For over 45 years we have been practicing this! Our dock systems have all been recently upgraded over the last several years and our dock staff works year round to keep them maintained.  Because the Resort is open year round we have people monitoring not only the slips, but also the boats in our boat yard on trailers and boat stands from 20+ to 85’. Our yard is open 24/7/365 with night time security. There is Wi-Fi throughout which also offers up adding your own security device if you think that is necessary as well.

Summer Storage

Summer wet storage meaning the boat is stored in a boat slip that is contracted in advance. Typically renewals take place late fall, and payment plans commence.  New requests for summer storage depending on the waitlist, can happen in December or January and/or when they become available. The storage agreement licensed period is April 15-October 15, with grace periods upon request.  Summer dry storage on land is only accepted under certain circumstances, because the Resort needs the parking areas to service all the guests.  Please contact the Dockmaster about summer we or dry storage and fill out a Storage Request Form.

Winter Storage

It is recommended that all vessels be stored on land. We do accommodate power boats and sail boats. Crane and mast storage can be ordered to best serve you and the vessel’s optimum storage needs. Although it is no recommended by the boat stand manufacturer to store sail boats with their mast up, we allow the customer the choice to leave it up at their own risk. We do offer wet storage in the winter, but one must be prepared to supply bubblers or such if it is required. The storage agreement licensed period is October 15 – April 15, with grace periods upon request, but no later than June 1.

Year Round Storage

Year round/Annual renewal – a large majority of our customers store year round with us. Hauling in the fall to dry land, and launching in the spring to go back to its boat slip. Renewals are handled starting in October, and storage is paid in full or on a payment plan in advance, prior to the upcoming season.   

Submit a Storage Request Form

 

Other downloadable Forms:

Winter Storage Rates & Form

Vessel Change Request Form for existing customers

Dinghy Dock

Based on availability and if you have a current summer storage agreement with us, we can accommodate you. Dinghy/tenders cannot exceed 12’ length overall with the engine stored in it’s out of the water position.  All vessels must be pre-approved and paid in full prior to arrival. For a complete list of rules {link to pdf. Of rules} click here. Contact the Dockmaster to register your dinghy.

Dockage Assist - Channel 10

Our Dockmaster and dock staff are here to help you. The Dockmaster is here to help you maneuver and gain techniques in operating your boat in and out of your slip. He can also check and suggest the best dock line and fender placement. When you need an extra hand upon arrival, call the dock staff on VHF Channel 10 for a “Dock Assist”.

Storage FAQ's

Q: What is L.O.A?

A: This stands for Length Over All. The marina storage standard is to measure the old fashion way with a tape from the tip of the boat out of the water to its stern with the motor stored in its upright position. We call it from Tip to Tail.

Q: How can I find out my boat’s LOA?

A: The Dockmaster will help you verify your measurements in or out of the water. Or most manufactures have the LOA listed on their websites – Google it. You just need to know the make, model and year of your boat. Be sure to pick the measurement with the motor stored up.

Q: How do I add my boat and name to the Summer Slip waiting list?

A: Fill out a Storage Request Form {link to Storage Request Form} and be sure to tell us you are a new vs. existing customer. If you were a past storage customer be sure to tell us that as well. You can add your name to our wait list even if you don’t have a boat yet.

Q: How long is the waiting list?

A: Depending on your boat size and how many boats are in front of you on the list. This can sometimes be challenging to answer. It can all be relative from year to year and from 20’ (minimum) to 60+. We encourage you to stay on the list – as one may never know. Our recommendation however is don’t go buy a new boat and expect that we can accommodate that size off the waitlist. You can add your name to our wait list even if you don’t have a boat yet.

Q: I bought a new boat – need a different slip to fit it?

A: Fill out a Storage Request Form {link to Storage Request Form} and and get in touch with the Dockmaster as soon as your planning begins so we can best accommodate the change.

Q: I am getting my boat delivered to the marina over the road, how can I get it launched and put in its slip?

A: Not a problem, we can take deliveries with advanced notice only. Contact our Service department and make arrangements. Certain paperwork needs to be on hand prior to arrival and prior to launching.

“We love it here, it’s our home away from home, its all here and the staff takes excellent care of us and the boat!” – Fiore family