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Silly question

Forgive the green-ness of this question, but...

When talking about winter haul-out's what is the differance between 'wet' storage and 'dry' storage? I see those terms being tossed around a lot ...
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Wet storage is when the boat remains in the water. It does not get hauled out.

Dry storage is hauled out on land, typically propped up on jackstands, usually outdoors but sometimes indoors.
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ah ok .. thanks.. I didn't think it was that simple, thought it had something to do w/ the on the ground storing techniques..
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