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WINTER Haul Out & Land Storage Rates on Chesapeake Bay

Here are some prices (call the marinas to confirm your rate) for Winter Haul & Storage for my 30' Catalina from three yards from the south to the north who do a great job hauling and & blocking sailboats. Please add the yards you use to the list. As you can see - shop around for the lowest rates.


Zahnisherís $1,500.00 no DIY this price includes bottom painting, if bottom painting not needed they will deduct $240.00 for a total of $1,260.

Jabinís - $352.00 haul, pressure wash bottom & block DIY allowed
$227.00 monthly land storage from November 1, 2011 to March 21, 2012= $1,135.00
$202.00 to Launch = total $1,698.00

Old Bay Marina Ė a Flat Rate of $25.00í to haul out Fall 2011, pressure wash bottom, block, and launch April 1, 2012 DIY allowed = total $750.00

Last edited by walterzoy; 10-07-2011 at 11:53 AM. Reason: Spelling correction
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