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$ 3,600 40 ft slip for the 6 month season. Water and Electricty included.
Thats comes out to $15/ft/month

$ 2,000 Winter Dry Dock storage (Outside Mast Up)
Includes Haul out, powerwash and Launch.
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My summer mooring from May - October is $1,400 and does not include a dinghy dock to park your dink. I pay the same for in water storage at a dock, electricity a few extra bucks from November through May. Winter in west end of Long Island Sound and Summer in the east end.

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If people check in with rates I would be interested as to WHERE they are located I'm in SC and rates from mooring out for free to nine to twelve dollars a foot ..... I will have some more exact figures in the next week or so....... thanks Conrad ol pyrate
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I live in Tampa, and keep my boat in a slip on MacDill AFB. It is dirt cheap for the area- $5 a foot, so it costs $180 a month to keep our US30 there. Free water and shore power, however, we lack pumpout and diesel. Getting a slip in the area is a nightmare, as marinas are being razed for waterfront communities and condos. The rates are run from $12 to $20 a foot- if you can even get a slip. (People will buy crappy boats for a lot of money just to get the slip at St. Pete municipal marina.) As far as moorings go, I can't really tell you because there are not very many. The seaplane basin near downtown Tampa has some, but I was told that people dropped engines there to make their own moorings....?

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Private community dock in Mitchell Bay on San Juan Island, $6.50/ft per month. 33' boat, but I'm paying for a 40' slip. And damn happy/lucky to have it. Buying a boat in July and bringing her home to Friday Harbor was not the best of timing, as basically all slips are accounted for by June. In my case, timing was everything. My slip had just been vacated an hour before I happened to call... So I pay $260/mo for the slip, plus $25/mo if I use electricity, and $10/mo if I use water.
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At Cap Sante Marina in Anacortes, WA it is about $8/ft/month for the whole year with $8/month for elec. Blakely Island Marina is about the same, but $35/mo. for elec. In Lake Washington, near Seattle it's around $10-11/ft.
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I got lucky and nabbed a mooring outright here in Portland, ME for $900.. it'll be ~$100 a year in permit fees and inspection. Marina rates seem crazy to me at anywhere from $1200 on the very low end to $2300+ at the high end for a seasonal mooring (May-Oct).. I didn't even bother looking at slip fees - I can't afford it.
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Do you mean moorage or slip fees? Big difference. Slip fees in Southeast Massachusetts run fron $85. to $150.00 per foot on a seasonal basis, usually May to October. 30 foot boat $2550.00-$4500.00 a season. Moorage rates run considerably less at $800.00 -$1200.00 a season usually regardless of length. l Like DrB I lease a spot in New Bedford for $100.00 a year and own my own mooring tackle. Other than the annual fee to the city I pay $50.00 to have the winter stick put in, another $50.00 to put the mooring ball back on in the Spring and every three years the mooring service pulls the mooring for a complete inspection for $300.00 plus whatever tackle needs replacement.
I was mainly referring to slip fees, but the moorage prices are interesting to hear as well. In my part of the country, (NW) most people consider the words "slip" and "moorage" to be interchangeable, and more often use moorage when referring to a marina slip than a tie up. We say buoy, when talking about the non-dock type moorage. As in "During the summer I use a buoy tie and in the winter I moorage at ABC Marina, in a very nice slip". It's kind of like New Yorkers calling coffee with cream and sugar, regular coffee, where as everyone in Seattle knows, regular coffee is black.
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On Lake Champlain, we're paying $80/foot ($3200/season) for May through the beginning of October. That includes water and electric, but they don't allow liveaboards.
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We pay 180.00 /mo. for dingy dockage. No parking but there are showers and a laundry room.

Slip fees here are !9.95 a foot a month, all year round. Free water and electric. For MISTRESS it would cost us 997.50/mo

The City is going to be putting in a mooring field next year and many are anxious to see what they charge.

I understand from other cruisers that Vero Beach and Fernandina Beach each charge $300/mo for a mooring and most boaters are anchoring just outside the field.

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