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Roscoetuff 10-22-2009 05:26 PM

Winter Storage - Dry - Annapolis
 
Wonder whether anyone can recommend a couple of yards to check with for winter storage in Annapolis. Don't know whether there are still places available, but object is to make boat more accessible for drive-by sales interest WITHOUT getting hosed in one way or another. Expect to pay some premium... but reasonable charges, services, and security of interest, too.

THanks!

georgefmys 10-22-2009 05:51 PM

Most yards in Annapolis offer storage on land in separate brokerage or work areas. Brokerage usually a bit cheaper.....You can't beat Jabin's Yacht Yard for high visibility, clean well-run facility. Believe that rates are similar everywhere in town,in other words higher than those further off the beaten path!

wwilson 10-22-2009 06:14 PM

I agree with georgefmys advice re Jabins.

Also, if the drive is manageable for you, check out Herrington Harbor North, 15 min south of Annapolis - a huge DIY friendly facility with water and 20A service located close to all the hardstand locations. The yard is full of Professional services if you need them (as is Jabins').

I have used both and can recommend them from good experience.

Best
Wayne

svHyLyte 10-23-2009 09:39 AM

Take a look at Burt Jabins Boat Yard on Back Creek.

Good Luck...

brak 10-23-2009 09:53 AM

Port Annapolis is slightly cheaper than Jabins for "for sale" boat storage, they down the same road. I think their "for sale" area may be filling fast, though.

SVAuspicious 10-23-2009 11:46 AM

I don't expect you'll get much "drive-by" traffic anywhere. Jabins has a row in their "for sale" area on Edgewood Road, but it is a dead-end street and almost all the traffic that far down in winter is people going to work on their existing boats.

That said, Jabins and Port A are both good choices. You might want to also explore Eastport Yacht Center on the other side of Back Creek.

labatt 10-23-2009 06:51 PM

Agree - Jabins and Port Annapolis are the two largest "for sale" marinas in Annapolis. There are a ton of people driving through those yards all Winter long looking at boats for sale. I would suggest that you reserve a spot early, as both of these yards fill up quickly.

Roscoetuff 10-24-2009 12:46 PM

Thanks! Got'er done
 
Thanks for the confirmation. Called yesterday and got a place reserved. Will be heading over next week for the off-season. Thanks for the help!


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